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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 EARLY 20TH CENTURY PERSIMMON DESIGNED IRON POT
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY PERSIMMON DESIGNED IRON POT
Inventory #: DM-31
Japanese early 20th Century iron pot. This pot is made in the shape of a persimmon with the leaves of the persimmon done in low refief and the stem of the persimmon is the top of the lid of the iron pot. Beautifully made and designed. The iron pot measures 8" tall (from base to top of upright h..
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE HERON BY OKAZAKI SESSEI
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE HERON BY OKAZAKI SESSEI
Inventory #: B2U-14
Japanese Meiji Period bronze heron OKIMONO by master metal artist Okazaki Sessei (1854-1921). Chop mark on bottom of heron. The heron measures 8 1/2" wide, 13 3/4" tall and 5" deep. With stand the OKIMONO measures 21 1/1" wide, 16 1/4" tall and 11 7/8" deep. The OKIMONO comes with wooden storage..
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE DRAGON DESIGN USUBATA FLOWER HOLDER
JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD BRONZE DRAGON DESIGN USUBATA FLOWER HOLDER
Inventory #: N-3
Japanese Meiji Period bronze dragon design USUBATA flower holder. The foot of the USUBATA has a large 3-toed dragon crawling around it. The dragon is done in wonderful realistic detail. The USUBATA measures 8 1/4"H by 12 3/4" in diameter at top. (dokune)
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRON KETTLE WITH SILVER INLAYS
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY IRON KETTLE WITH SILVER INLAYS
Inventory #: D-61A
Japanese early 20th century iron kettle. This pot is done in a simple design with horizontal lines etched around the entire top portion of the kettle. The handle on the kettle is done with silver inlays in the shape of leaves and branches. There is also a decorative silver form under the lid handl..
JAPANESE LATE 19TH CENTURY IRON KORO BY MYOCHIN
JAPANESE LATE 19TH CENTURY IRON KORO BY MYOCHIN
Inventory #: B2TP-14
Japanese late 19th century iron KORO by MYOCHIN. Signed MYOCHIN on bottom. The KORO measures 5 1/4" tall by 4 1/16" in diameter. (donesusu)
JAPANESE EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY BRONZE TANUKI BADGER OKIMONO
JAPANESE EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY BRONZE TANUKI BADGER OKIMONO
Inventory #: ZE-04
Japanese early to mid 20th century bronze TANUKI (badger). The TANUKI is done in wonderful reaslism. Unsigned. The TANUKI measures 4 3/4" tall by 8 3/4" wide by 3" deep. (nodene)
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY KOMAI STYLE HINGED BOX
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY KOMAI STYLE HINGED BOX
Inventory #: ZY-47
Japanese early 20th century KOMAI style hinged box. The box has the design of a single bird flying over a fenced garden of blooming chrysanthemums. This box was used as a commemorative gift for someone's 50th anniversary at a company, presented in Taisho 15 or 1926. The box measures 4 3/4" wide,..
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRONZE CHRYSANTHEMUM VASE
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRONZE CHRYSANTHEMUM VASE
Inventory #: EM-24
Japanese early 20th century bronze vase with chrysanthemum design. The chrysanthemums are done in high relief. Unsigned. Some rubbing to sides of vase. The vase measures 14 1/2" tall by 8" diameter. (dokune)
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)
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