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JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY WOODEN OKIMONO OF RAT BY OHNO MEIZAN<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY WOODEN OKIMONO OF RAT BY OHNO MEIZAN
SOLD
Inventory #: C2U-07
Japanese 20th century wooden OKIMONO of rat by master carver OHNO MEIZAN (1896-1981). OHNO MEIZAN was born in Shimane Prefecture, Japan in 1896. He participated in many of Japan's major exhibitions, such as INTEN. OHNO MEIZAN was an apprentice of famous artist TAKAMURA KOUN. The rat measures 2..
JAPANESE 1943 CARVED WOODEN CAT BY OHNO MEIZAN<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 1943 CARVED WOODEN CAT BY OHNO MEIZAN
SOLD
Inventory #: C2YU-02
Japanese 20th century wooden OKIMONO of cat by master carver OHNO MEIZAN (1896-1981). This cat is dated 1943 on back of the lid of the TOMOBAKO. OHNO MEIZAN was born in Shimane Prefecture, Japan in 1896. He participated in many of Japan's major exhibitions, such as INTEN. OHNO MEIZAN was an ap..
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY PURE SILVER CYMBIDIUM ORCHID OKIMONO<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY PURE SILVER CYMBIDIUM ORCHID OKIMONO
SOLD
Inventory #: WY-04
Japanese early 20th century pure silver cymbidium orchid OKIMONO. The OKIMONO is done in beautiful detail and realism. Signed Soko. The OKIMONO is titled "Orchid". Comes with TOMOBAKO, original wooden storage, artist signed box. The OKIMONO measures approximately 11 1/4" wide, 7" tall and 5 3/4" d..
JAPANESE EDO PERIOD WOOD CARVING OF DAIKOKU AND EBISU<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE EDO PERIOD WOOD CARVING OF DAIKOKU AND EBISU
SOLD
Inventory #: DM-54
Japanese Edo Period wooden carving of DAIKOKU and EBISU. Daikoku and Ebisu are made from carved wood and are covered with natural patina from years of accumulation. Both figures are separate from their stand. Daikoku measures 5 3/8" tall, 3 1/4" wide and 2" deep. Ebisu measures 5 3/8" tall, 3 ..
JAPANESE CIRCA 1900 EARTHENWARE MONKEY OKIMONO<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE CIRCA 1900 EARTHENWARE MONKEY OKIMONO
SOLD
Inventory #: U-2606
Japanese circa 1900 earthenware OKIMONO of a monkey. The OKIMONO is done in nice detail with a lot of expression on the monkey. Unsigned. The OKIMONO measures 8 3/4" tall, 5 1/2" wide and 7 1/2" deep. (dorusu)
MEIJI PERIOD KUTANI WARE KANNON FIGURE<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
MEIJI PERIOD KUTANI WARE KANNON FIGURE
SOLD
Inventory #: UE-8-99
Japanese Meiji Period KUTANI ware KANNON figure. Seated KANNON figure is 15" height, 10" width by 7 1/2" depth. (rudesu)
EARLY 20TH CENTURY KUTANI KANNON FIGURE<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
EARLY 20TH CENTURY KUTANI KANNON FIGURE
SOLD
Inventory #: LK-2067
Early 20th Century figure of KANNON done in KUTANI ware. The figure is done in colorful detail. Figure stands 29 1/2" tall, 9" wide and with a depth of about 8".
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY OKIMONO OF BAMBOO LEAVES AND FIREFLY<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY OKIMONO OF BAMBOO LEAVES AND FIREFLY
SOLD
Inventory #: TU-04
Japanese early 20th century bronze and silver bamboo leaves with firefly. The OKIMONO is done in beautiful detail and realism. The OKIMONO is titled "KUMAZASA NI HOTARU" or "Firefly on the bamboo". Kumazasa is a type of bamboo that typically grows where bears live in Japan and also the type of ba..
JAPANESE LATE MEIJI PERIOD CHERRYWOOD CARVINGS OF DAIKOKU AND EBISU, SIGNED<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE LATE MEIJI PERIOD CHERRYWOOD CARVINGS OF DAIKOKU AND EBISU, SIGNED
SOLD
Inventory #: E-31
Japanese late Meiji Period cherrywood carvings of Daikoku and Ebisu. The beautifully carved pair was made by master carver INOUE JOSHU. Both Daikoku and Ebisu are signed by the artist on the bottom. Daikoku measures 6 1/8" tall, 3 1/4" wide and 3 3/4" deep. Ebisu measures 6 1/8" tall, 3 3/4" w..
JAPANESE CHERRYWOOD CARVNG OF BAKU FROM EDO PERIOD<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE CHERRYWOOD CARVNG OF BAKU FROM EDO PERIOD
SOLD
Inventory #: JE-14
Japanese Edo Period cherrywood carving of a BAKU, the Japanese mythological animal who eats bad dreams. Large and beautiful carving with ivory tusks and eyes. Carved with such detail and expression. Unsigned. The piece measures 23" long, 10" wide and 10 1/2" tall.
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