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Pair of Large Flora and Fauna Folding Screens
Pair of Large Flora and Fauna Folding Screens
  item #1274635

Pair of Flora and Fauna Folding Screens

Meiji Period

Size: Length (Avg.) 400-450cm Height 195cm

A pair of wonderful folding screens depicting different flora and fauna. The condition of the screen is superb where the vivid colors of the flowers and birds are still there as if the work was alive. No damages are seen on the painting or the mounting of the screen.

Ming Dynasty Jade Pendant
Ming Dynasty Jade Pendant
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Jade Pendant of a Stylized Face

Ming Dynasty

Size: Length 2.2 cm Width 1 cm Height 3 cm

An interesting Jade pendant of a small face the top left and right are the hair knotted into a bun like shape. The face might be a child and the stylized face reminds on of older designs.

Inzai Netsuke of Mythical Beast
Inzai Netsuke of Mythical Beast
Inquire   item #1274351

Inzai Netsuke of Smiling Beast

Edo-Meiji Period

Size: Height 5cm

This interesting smiling beast is standing on a base. This netsuke or small carving is rather interesting in many ways. The comical features of the beast is eye catching but the group that it is part of is another element of the interest.

For further information, please refer to Raymond Bushell. Netsuke: Familiar and Unfamiliar. Pg.99 Pl.54

Immortal Sage Motif Porcelain Cup
Immortal Sage Motif Porcelain Cup
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Blue and White Daoist Sage Motif Cup

20th century

Size: Diameter 6.3cm Height 5.6cm

A fine porcelain cup decorated with the various sages from the Daoist pantheon. The cup contains a mark on the bottom. Often cups of this size were made in sets of five or more and the culture of tea spread throughout East Asia during the 18th to the early 20th century. Chinese and Japanese examples are frequently found and often connoisseurs will collect sets or individuals to enjoy the variety of... Click for details

Lacquered Makie Incense Container
Lacquered Makie Incense Container
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Lacquered Makie Landscape Motif Incense Container

20th century

Size: Diameter 6.5 cm Height 3 cm

Unlike most traditional Japanese lacquer wares, this one has a sense of realism. The landscape and the pine grove appear as if they were done with photographs or foggy black and white images, but they are all done by hand. The skill and technique is amazing and one cannot help but to stare at the details done in this work.

Rinpa Rabbit Motif Tea Box Chabako
Rinpa Rabbit Motif Tea Box Chabako
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Rabbit Among Grasses Tea Box (Chabako)

Edo Period

Size: Length 17.8 cm Width 11.45cm Height 11.45cm

Tea boxes were designed for tea connoisseurs to design and arrange their favorite objects and utensils to the season, literary allusions, and other themes. This tea box is decorated with rabbits done in mother of pearl with pewter for the gray rabbits, which is a technique often used in the Rinpa school starting with Hon'ami Koetsu in the 16th century. The tea box comes with a special... Click for details

Rinpa School Lacquer Writing Box
Rinpa School Lacquer Writing Box
Inquire   item #1274174

Rinpa School Writing Box (Suzuri bako)

Meiji Period

Size: Length 26cm Width 24 cm Height 4.5cm

This interesting lacquer writing box is decorated where the gate continues from the exterior of the lid through the exterior of the body of the box. The gate is done in pewter enhancing the visual effect with the lacquer and gold decoration. The interior is done with mother of pearl and pewter of a field of flowers. The set comes with an ink stone, water well, and a knife to cut paper.

Jade Carving of Cicada
Jade Carving of Cicada
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Jade Carving of Cicada

20th century

Size: Length 6.5 cm Width 3.3 cm Height 1.5 cm

Cicadas are a popular insect for carving from Jade. The earliest examples are from the Han dynasty found in tomb excavations. The notion of rebirth through removing its skin may have evoked thoughts of rebirth into the next world. The carving of the insect is detailed and refined and care is given to express the cicada are real as possible.

Chinese White and Green Jade Bangle
Chinese White and Green Jade Bangle
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Jade Bangle

Early Qing Period

Size: Diameter 8.26cm Thickness 0.8cm

Ex-collection of a Pebble Beach, CA estate.

This Jade often referred to as moss in the snow Jade is a small bangle for a young daughter or a person with smaller hands. The smooth form and flat like touch are similar elements seen with works done from the Qing period. The Jade has several inclusions on the interior.

Large Chinese Celadon Tripod Censer
Large Chinese Celadon Tripod Censer
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Celadon Tripod Censer

Republic Period

Size: Diameter 30 cm Height 17cm

The style and design of the censer is evocative of Ming celadons where large dishes and censers were often produced. However, the engraved designs and the style rather comes from a latter period.

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