Beautiful antique Japanese choba tansu, merchant's storage chest, all original finish with keyaki (elm) wood panels on the front finished in a medium brown, sugi (cryptomeria) wood frame finished with a black lacquer, iron hardware, safe box with two small drawers on the inside, Edo Period (early 1800's).
Size: 33 1/2" high x 36" wide (37 1/4" wide including side handles) x 15 1/2" deep.
"Daikon and the Baby", print by Helen Hyde
Print by Helen Hyde titled "Daikon and the Baby", dated 1903, woodblock print on very thin, fine paper,
size of printed area: 6" high x 3" wide.
Japanese Woven Wood and Silver Box with Herons
Japanese silver and mixed metal box with woven wood sides, design of heron, Showa Period (mid 20th century), size: 4 1/8" long x 5 3/4" wide x 2 1/4" high.
Japanese Silver Plated Box with Peaches
Vintage Japanese jewelry box, metal with silver stippled surface, lid is decorated with peaches which stand out in high relief, wooden interior, small dents, minor wear to finish, Showa Period (early to mid 20th century), size: 7 1/2" long x4 1/4" wide x 1 1/8" high.
Japanese Black Lacquer Box and Tray Set
Vintage Japanese box and tray set, made of black lacquered wood with shell inlay in classic Art Deco design of stylized phoenixes, good condition, Showa Period (circa 1933). Tray is 11 1/2" long x 7 3/4" wide. Box is 5" wide by 4" wide.
Chinese Elm Wood Cabinet with 2 Drawers
Chinese cabinet made of jumu (elm) wood with tapering A-line design, deep translucent red lacquer finish, two drawers at bottom, 2 removable shelves inside, 74" high x 39 1/2" wide x 21" deep.
Japanese Plique-a-jour Cloisonne Small Bowl
Lovely small plique-a-jour bowl on three small feet, design of flowers, good condition, size is 3 5/8" wide diameter by 2" tall, Showa Period (circa 1930's), Japan.
Japanese Ainu Robe, Woven Elm Bark
Japanese traditional tribal robe worn by the Ainu people of Northern Japan. Hand woven out of fine strips of elm bark with wide strips of dark indigo cotton cloth with chain stitch embroidery. minor wear consistent with age.
Length: 50 inches.
Japanese Porcelain Group of 7 Lucky Gods
Japanese group of small painted and glazed porcelain figures depicting the Seven Lucky Gods, each is signed on bottom, average height is 2 1/2", good condition, early to mid 20th century.
Japanese Green Cloisonne Vase with Herons
Japanese cloisonne vase of globular form with elongated neck, beautiful light green color with design of 2 white herons in flight, minor cracks on bottom not visible from front, Meiji/Taisho Period (very early 20th century).
9 3/4" high x 4 1/4" wide.