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JAPANESE BRONZE OKIMONO OF DAIKOKU by SEIKŌKEN JOSETSU
JAPANESE BRONZE OKIMONO OF DAIKOKU by SEIKŌKEN JOSETSU
Inventory #: E2Y-01
Japanese Meiji Period bronze OKIMONO of DAIKOKU - God of wealth by artist Seikōken Josetsu. DAIKOKU is sitting on his money bag while holding a silver mouse with his upheld arm. The OKIMONO measures 14 5/8" tall by 13" wide by 9" deep. (denesu)
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD SMALL BRONZE OKIMONO OF PINE, BAMBOO AND PLUM - SHOCHIKUBAI
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD SMALL BRONZE OKIMONO OF PINE, BAMBOO AND PLUM - SHOCHIKUBAI
Inventory #: D2H-01
Japanese Meiji Period small bronze OKIMONO of SHOCHIKUBAI, or the three friends, Pine, Bamboo and Plum. The OKIMONO is done in fine detail by artist, IKEGAMI MITSUNORI. The OKIMONO measures 4 1/2" long, 1 1/8" tall and 4 1/8" wide. (nodesu)
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE BULL KORO
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE BULL KORO
Inventory #: D2U-08
Japanese MEIJI Period bronze bull KORO. The KORO measures 4" tall, 4 3/4" long and 2 3/4" deep. Unsigned. (nonesu)
JAPANESE EDO PERIOD BRONZE DOG INCENSE BURNER
JAPANESE EDO PERIOD BRONZE DOG INCENSE BURNER
Inventory #: C2U-15
Japanese Edo Period bronze incense burner. The incense burner is in the shape of a dog. The burner measures 14" long, 4 1/1" deep and 8 1/4" tall. (nokunesu)
JAPANESE LATE EDO PERIOD  BRONZE PUPPY
JAPANESE LATE EDO PERIOD BRONZE PUPPY
Inventory #: C2TP-01
Japanese late EDO Period bronze puppy. The puppy is done in fine detail. Signed by artist on bottom, EIKO SAKU, or made by EIKO. The puppy measures 3 1/2" tall, 5 1/2" long and 4" deep. (kunesu)
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD INLAID IRON TRAY BY SEKI
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD INLAID IRON TRAY BY SEKI
Inventory #: C2A-08
Japanese Meiji Period inlaid iron tray by inlay specialist SEKI. The tray is inlaid in fine design and detailing. The tray measures 13 5/16" wide, 10 3/4" tall and 1" deep. (dodenesu)
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD PURE SILVER AND LACQUER SHIBAYAMA VASE
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD PURE SILVER AND LACQUER SHIBAYAMA VASE
Inventory #: B2M-01
Japanese Meiji Period silver and lacquer SHIBAYAMA vase by NOBUAKI. The vase has 4 panels going around the side. Each panel has different flowers and birds. Beautifully and realistically rendered in fine shell inlays. The vase is signed NOBUAKI on a gold metal placque on the bottom of the vase..
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD OKIMONO OF COCKATIELS AND PAULOWNIA PLANT
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD OKIMONO OF COCKATIELS AND PAULOWNIA PLANT
Inventory #: B2H-02
Japanese Meiji Period OKIMONO of a pair of cockatiels on the branch of a paulownia plant. The OKIMONO measures 14" wide, 15 1/4" tall and 11" deep. Chop mark of artist YOSHIMASA on back of trunk. (kanesusu)
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRONZE HAWK
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRONZE HAWK
Inventory #: D-50
Japanese early 20th century bronze hawk. The reddish colored hawk is perched on oceanside rocks, with waves splashing against them. The rocks and waves are done in a darker colored bronze. Unsigned. The piece measures 16 1/2" tall, 19" wide and is 8 1/2" deep. (dorune)
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER BOX WITH WOVEN DESIGN
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER BOX WITH WOVEN DESIGN
Inventory #: ZY-59
Japanese early 20th century jungin (pure silver) box with woven design. The silver box has the design impressed into the metal. The box is lined in wood. Marked: Mitsukoshi (retailer), artist mark and jungin (pure silver). The box measures 5 1/8" wide, 2" tall and 3 7/8" deep. (dorusu)
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