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BRONZE MURASHI-DO FINISH VASE BY YOSHINO TAKEJI
BRONZE MURASHI-DO FINISH VASE BY YOSHINO TAKEJI
Inventory #: PA-8
Mid 20th Century bronze vase made with MURASHI-Do finish. Signed by artist, YOSHINO TAKEJI. 15.5" tall by 11" wide. (inesu)
MEIJI PERIOD GRAPE AND BIRD DESIGN IRON POT
MEIJI PERIOD GRAPE AND BIRD DESIGN IRON POT
Inventory #: D-37c
Japanese Meiji Period iron pot. This pot has the design of grape plants and birds. Signed RYUBUNDO, on inside of lid. The iron pot measures 8" tall (from base to top of upright handle), 6 1/2" wide and a diameter of 6".
MEIJI PERIOD IRON POT BY RYUBUNDO
MEIJI PERIOD IRON POT BY RYUBUNDO
Inventory #: W-164
Japanese Meiji Period iron pot. This pot is done in a simple form and design. Signed by company, RYUBUNDO, on inside of lid. Also has stamp on bottom front part of pot, directly under spout. This iron port stands 10 1/2" tall (from base to top of upright handle), 8 1/2" wide and 7 1/2" diameter..
JAPANESE EDO PERIOD RED BRONZE PUPPY DESIGN INCENSE BURNER
JAPANESE EDO PERIOD RED BRONZE PUPPY DESIGN INCENSE BURNER
Inventory #: XY-17
Japanese Edo Period AKAGANE, or red bronze incense burner. The incense burner is in the shape of a puppy. The puppy has eyes inlaid with bone or ivory. The incense burner measures 5" wide, 4 3/8" tall and 3 1/4" deep. No box. (kadene)
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRON KETTLE WITH PINE CONE DESIGN
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRON KETTLE WITH PINE CONE DESIGN
Inventory #: D-61B
Japanese early 20th century iron kettle. This kettle is done in the shape of a pine cone. The top part of the kettle has spikes coming out all over the surface like a young pine cone. This kettle measures 7" tall (from base to top of upright handle), 6 1/4" wide and 5 3/4" deep.
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRON KETTLE BY KIRYUDO
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRON KETTLE BY KIRYUDO
Inventory #: DM-111
Japanese early 20th century iron kettle by KIRYUDO. This pot is done with a pair of crane on a pine tree design in low relief on the front side of the kettle. The handle on the lid is done in the shape of a pine cone. KIRYUDO is done in chop mark on the back side of the kettle along with some othe..
JAPANESE EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY LARGE BRONZE POT
JAPANESE EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY LARGE BRONZE POT
Inventory #: DM-66
Japanese early to mid 20th century large bronze pot. This pot has a dimpled design over the entire surface and has a wonderful reddish brown patina to it. This large pot measures 11 3/4" tall (from base to top of upright handle), 9 3/4" wide and 8" diameter.
JAPANESE CIRCA 1900 BRONZE CRESCENT MOON AND BIRD HANGING FLOWER HOLDER
JAPANESE CIRCA 1900 BRONZE CRESCENT MOON AND BIRD HANGING FLOWER HOLDER
Inventory #: JA-6A
Japanese circa 1900 bronze hanging flower holder. The holder is in the shape of a crescent moon with a bird attached to the upper part of the piece. The holder measures 11" in diameter. Does not include chain. (dorusu)
MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE USUBATA VASE
MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE USUBATA VASE
Inventory #: AK-10
Japanese Meiji Period bronze USUBATA vase. The vase sits on a tripod base and has the design in silver inlays of a small rocky island with pine trees under the moonlight and with the ocean with waves around it. Stamped KAMETANI on the bottom. The vase measures 11 1/2" tall, 12 3/4" diameter at..
Bronze Usubata
Bronze Usubata
Inventory #: U-1792
Giant Bronze Flower Holder of Usubata with superb gold, silver and mixed metal work. Depicting court people under cherry tree and birds & flowers on other side with hanging gold poem card signature. Signed Tokyo-Ju and Shojusai Shigeyuki. (nonesusu)
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