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JAPANESE MID 20TH CENTURY MEDIUM  LARGE KOKESHI DOLL<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE MID 20TH CENTURY MEDIUM LARGE KOKESHI DOLL
SOLD
Inventory #: FB-28-02
Japanese mid 20th century medium large KOKESHI doll. Signed by artist on base. This doll stands 14 1/4" tall, with a head with a 3 1/2" diameter and a base with a 3 1/4" diameter.
JAPANESE MID 20TH CENTURY MEDIUM LARGE WOODEN KOKESHI<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE MID 20TH CENTURY MEDIUM LARGE WOODEN KOKESHI
SOLD
Inventory #: C-SK-1048
Japanese 20th century medium large KOKESHI doll. Signed by artist on base. This doll stands 12" tall, with a head with a 3 1/2" diameter and a base with a 2 1/8" diameter.
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY MEDIUM LARGE WOODEN KOKESHI<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY MEDIUM LARGE WOODEN KOKESHI
SOLD
Inventory #: C-SK-1038
Japanese 20th century medium large KOKESHI doll. Signed by artist on base. The doll was made when the artist was 72 years old. This doll stands 11 1/2" tall, with a head with a 3 3/8" diameter and a base with a 2" diameter.
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY DOLL BY NAOKO <br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY DOLL BY NAOKO
SOLD
Inventory #: C2Y-03
Japanese 20th century doll by NAOKO. The doll is signed on the bottom. The doll measures 10 3/4" tall, 3 3/4" wide and 4" deep. The doll is attached to its original wooden stand. The stand measures 8 1/4" by 6". (runesu)
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY KOBE TOY - KUSHI-YAKI EATER<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE EARLY 20TH CENTURY KOBE TOY - KUSHI-YAKI EATER
SOLD
Inventory #: U-3195
Japanese early 20th century Kobe toy. This wonderful Kobe toy is eating Kushi-yaki or skewered meats while holding a meat tenderizer in his other hand. The toy measures 3" wide by 3 1/4" deep and 4" tall. (dokune)
JAPANESE CIRCA 1900 MECHANICAL KOBE TOY<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE CIRCA 1900 MECHANICAL KOBE TOY
SOLD
Inventory #: U-3074
Japanese circa 1900 Kobe toy. This mechanical toy moves with the man chopping a watermelon in one motion and eating a slice of watermelon in the next. The toy measures 2 3/4" wide, 3 1/2" deep and 4 1/2" tall. (dorane)
SET OF 3 KAMO NINGYO DOLLS<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
SET OF 3 KAMO NINGYO DOLLS
SOLD
Inventory #: U-2133
Japanese 19th Century set of 3 KAMO NINGYO. The largest doll stands 1" tall and is 3/4" wide. The second doll is 3/4" tall by 1 1/8" width. The third doll is 3/4" tall by 1/2" wide. Set includes wooden stand.
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY ICHIMATSU DOLL<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE 20TH CENTURY ICHIMATSU DOLL
SOLD
Inventory #: N-92
Japanese 20th century ICHIMATSU doll. The nicely dressed doll has glass eyes, GOFUN (powder made from oyster shells) face, hand and lower legs and nice kimono. The doll measures 16" tall, 6 1/2" wide and 3" deep. The doll's face is lightly soiled and she is missing her left arm.
JAPANESE LATE EDO - EARLY MEIJI PERIOD TAKEDA DOLL<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE LATE EDO - EARLY MEIJI PERIOD TAKEDA DOLL
SOLD
Inventory #: U-2137
Japanese Late Edo to Early Meiji Period Takeda doll. The doll looks like the Kabuki character, Benkei. The doll has GOFUN (powder made from oyster shells) head and hands, painted eyes, cloth and paper clothing, armor and weapons. Great facial and body expression. The doll measures 14" tall and 11"..
JAPANESE LATE EDO/EARLY MEIJI PERIOD TAKEDA DOLL<br><font color=red><b>SOLD</b></font>
JAPANESE LATE EDO/EARLY MEIJI PERIOD TAKEDA DOLL
SOLD
Inventory #: U-2618
Japanese Late Edo to Early Meiji Period Takeda doll. The doll looks like a theatrical representation of a historical character, possibly Kato Kiyomasa, carrying a spear and with distinct facial expression. The doll has GOFUN (powder made from oyster shells) head and hands, painted eyes, cloth, woo..
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