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JAPANESE BRONZE BULL BY LNT ARTIST NIHASHI YOSHIYUKI
JAPANESE BRONZE BULL BY LNT ARTIST NIHASHI YOSHIYUKI
Inventory #: ZU-13
Japanese early to mid 20th century bronze bull OKIMONO by Living National Treasure artist, NIHASHI YOSHIYUKI. (1898-1977) The bull comes with TOMOBAKO or original artist signed wooded storage box. The bull measures 7" tall by 11 1/2" in width and 6 1/8" in depth. (kunesu)
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. The piece comes with TOMOBAKO, or original artist signed wooden..
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY BRONZE OKIMONO OF RAM BY ISHIKAWA KOUMEI
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY BRONZE OKIMONO OF RAM BY ISHIKAWA KOUMEI
Inventory #: B2U-26
Japanese 20th century bronze OKIMONO of a ram by Imperial Court artist, ISHIKAWA KOUMEI or MITSUAKI. ISHIKAWA KOUMEI was born in 1852 in EDO or present day Tokyo. He dies in 1913. The ram is done in fine detail. The OKIMONO is signed on the bottom by the artist, KOUMEI. The OKIMONO measures 1..
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 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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