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Japanese Kano School Screen or Byobu, Gama Sennin
Japanese Kano School Screen or Byobu, Gama Sennin - JJ4AG181
Price: $2,695.00
Sale Price: $1,995.00

Dramatic Japanese two-panel Kano School screen painting or byobu, Meiji period, c.1868-1912.  Fabulous rendering of Gama Sennin and his three-legged toad.  A stunning, highly detailed, eye-catching composition.  A Daoist immortal, assimilated from the Chinese into Japanese popular legend, Gama Sennin is shown in tattered clothes, accompanied by his three-legged toad, nestled in his unkempt hair. A fantastic find!  Ink on paper, with gold leaf and silk border.  Artist stamped.  Very good antique condition.  Dimensions:  68” high, 69” wide (fully extended).
Japanese Two-Panel Screen or Byobu, Bamboo
Japanese Two-Panel Screen or Byobu, Bamboo - JJ4AG182
Price: $1,995.00
Sale Price: $1,595.00

Fabulous two-panel Japanese screen painting or byobu, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912.  Featuring tranquil stand of bamboo, with accompanying poem.  Sublime composition, remarkable detail and skillful rendering.  Ink on paper.  A lovely addition to any environment.  Artist stamped.  Very good antique condition.  Dimensions:  70” high, 69” wide (fully extended).
Japanese Iron Andon, Hanging Garden Lantern
Japanese Iron Andon, Hanging Garden Lantern - JP4AG11
Price: $895.00

Excellent, traditional Japanese  garden andon or hanging lantern, early 20th century.  Lovely design and detail. Intricate metal latticework with raised base that adds to appeal.  Often used with lighted candle in courtyard or tea garden. Ideal for any Asian landscape or interior decor. Very good condition. Dimensions:  13” high, 12” diameter.
Japanese Bronze Vase - Geese
Japanese Bronze Vase w/ Geese - JP4AG110
Price: $3,995.00

Elegant Japanese bronze vase with mixed metal overlay of geese, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912.  Classic bulb form, incised with reeds and flowing water. Beautifully rendered in silver, copper and gold with mellowed patina. Signed with cartouche.  Wooden top. Very good condition. Dimensions: 18” high, 8.5” diameter.
Pair of Japanese Bronze Ni_ Buddhist Guardians
Pair of Japanese Bronze Nio Buddhist Guardians - JP4AG114
Price: $9,995.00

Dramatic and formidable pair of Japanese bronze Nio Buddhist temple guardians, mid-20th century. Traditionally placed on either side of a temple door. One statue, Agyo, has an open mouth to represent the first sound in the Sanskrit language "a”.  The other, Ungyo, has a closed mouth to represent the last, "um".  Together, they symbolize the beginning and end of all things. This pair reflects traditional crafting and form with a touch of Deco in their more modern bases.  Fantastic!  Dimensions: 26" high, 13" wide, 6” deep.
Chinese Bronze Incense Burner, Goose
Chinese Bronze Incense Burner, Goose - JP4AG14
Price: $2,895.00

Marvelous Chinese bronze incense burner, goose, Republic period, early 20th century. The highly detailed wings serve as the lid.  Charming naturalistic form.  Heavyweight bronze with rich, dark patina.  A wonderful piece in very good condition. Dimensions:  13.5” high, 8.5” long, 4” deep.
Pair Japanese Iron Orb-Shaped Lanterns, Garden Andon Lamps
Pair Japanese Iron Orb-Shaped Lanterns, Garden Andon Lamps - JP4AG15
Price: $1,695.00

Fabulous pair Japanese garden andon or hanging lanterns in the shape of ball, early 20th century.  Lovely design and detail.  Shape brings to mind the ball that traditionally accompanies a temple foo dog.  Intricate metal latticework with floral and vine motif.  Often used with lighted candle in courtyard or tea garden. Rare to find a pair!  Very good condition. Dimensions: 10” diameter.
Japanese Bronze Usubata, Dragon, Ikebana Flower Vase
Japanese Bronze Usubata w/ Dragon, Ikebana Flower Vase - JP4AG16
Price: $1,795.00

Extraordinary handcrafted bronze usubata, Ikebana flower vase, with protective dragon (doragon or tatsu) at its base, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912.  The wide trumpet-form basin will accommodate substantial or minimalist presentation.  Meticulous detail, considered composition and inspired impression.  Rich, age-old patina.  A stunning display piece and wonderful for the ikebana enthusiast!  Very good condition.  Dimensions:  9” high, 12” wide.
Japanese Bronze Rabbit Okimono
Japanese Bronze Rabbit Okimono - JP4AG17
Price: $2,495.00

Enchanting Japanese bronze rabbit okimono, 20th century. Charming detail with lifelike form and pose, shown scratching with hind leg. Delightful rendering commemorative of the Year of the Hare, crafted with a great sense of composition and study. A lovely example of okimono artisanship in very good condition Dimensions: 6” high, 6” long.
Japanese Screen Painting or Byobu - Chinese Theme
Japanese Screen Painting or Byobu w/ Chinese Theme - JQ4AG123
Price: $3,295.00
Sale Price: $2,895.00

Lovely Japanese four-panel screen painting or byobu featuring Chinese style court scenes, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912.  Highly detailed composition with vivid mineral color and abundant gold leaf.  Rendered with subtlety, sensitivity and skill. Very good condition.  Dimensions:  67” high, 100” wide (fully extended).
Japanese Screen Painting or Byobu, Daimyo’s Procession
Japanese Screen Painting or Byobu, Daimyo’s Procession - JQ4AG124
Price: $6,995.00
Sale Price: $5,695.00

Dynamic Japanese six-panel folding screen painting or byobu showing a Daimyo’s procession, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912. Substantial size and impression.  Ink and mineral color on paper with abundant gold leaf.  Historically, a Daimyo was a lord who was vassal to the shogun.  A Daimyo’s soldiers accompanied them on frequent travels to and from Edo and, so, processions were almost a daily occurence.  Finely detailed rendering, rich color and great charm.  Very good condition.  Dimensions:  67” high, 144” wide (fully extended).
Japanese Six-Panel Screen Painting or Byobu, Pea Fowl
Japanese Six-Panel Screen Painting or Byobu, Pea Fowl - JQ4AG125
Price: $3,295.00
Sale Price: $2,895.00

Charming Japanese six-panel screen or byobu of peacock and pea hen, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912. Dramatic rendering of birds amid brightly colored flowers along a stream. An eye-catching display piece for any environment.  Mineral pigment on paper with abundant gold leaf. Very good condition. Dimensions: 69” high, 138” wide (fully extended).
Korean Screen Painting with Bamboo and Poems
Korean Screen Painting with Bamboo and Poems - JQ4AG126
Price: $1,595.00
Sale Price: $1,295.00

Fine Korean folding screen with bamboo and poems, early 20th century. Lovely, four-panel painting featuring swaying bamboo.  Beautiful composition, remarkable detail and skillful rendering.  Ink on paper.  A sublime addition to any environment.  Very good condition.  Dimensions:  76” high, 72” wide (fully extended).
Japanese Four-Panel Screen Painting or Byobu, Country Scene
Japanese Four-Panel Screen Painting or Byobu, Country Scene - JQ4AG127
Price: $1,595.00
Sale Price: $1,295.00

Delicately rendered Japanese four-panel screen painting or byobu, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912.  An enchanting scene of mountain retreat.  Beautifully rendered in sumi-e and mineral colors.  Exceptional composition and detail reflecting grace and tranquility. Very good condition. Dimensions:  58” high, 96” wide (fully extended).
Japanese Three-Piece Clothing Tansu, Isho
Japanese Three-Piece Clothing Tansu, Isho - TJ4AG121
Price: $1,295.00

Handsome Japanese isho-dansu or clothing chest tansu, Taisho period, c. 1910-1920. Golden, lightweight kiri (paulownia) wood complemented by subtle finely detailed metalwork. Paneled cabinet at top; numerous drawers in a combination of sizes offer great storage options throughout. Traditional warabite style drawer pulls. A wonderful example of grace and simplicity in traditional tansu craftsmanship! Very good condition. Dimensions:  63” high, 35.5” wide, 15”.
Japanese Kimono Tansu, Clothing Chest
Japanese Kimono Tansu, Clothing Chest - TJ4AG122
Price: $1,695.00

Lovely, extra-wide, three-piece Japanese kimono dansu clothing chest tansu, early 20th century. Fine, lightweight kiri (paulownia) wood. Simple, beautiful double doors swing open to reveal a roomy cabinet within, housing sturdy pull-out trays for storing folded clothing or, more traditionally, kimono. More substantial drawers below and cabinet and smaller drawers above offer additional storage options. Subtle metalwork throughout.  A charming piece of traditional tansu craftsmanship, and a fine example of the beauty and functionality found in the Japanese style. Very good condition. Dimensions:  69” high, 47.5” wide, 16.5” deep.
Japanese Mizuya Kitchen Tansu
Japanese Mizuya Kitchen Tansu - TJ4AG123
Price: $4,995.00

Exceptional Japanese mizuya or kitchen chest tansu, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912. Traditionally used to store kitchen utensils and supplies. Striking and sturdy cypress, cedar and keyaki woods  Elegant, eye-catching construction offers abundant storage space in large and smaller cupboards housed by several sets of sliding paneled doors of varied design. Multiple drawers offer additional storage options. Very good condition.  Dimensions:  66” high, 71” wide, 18” deep.
Japanese Carved Wood and Gilt Kannon Bodhisattva
Japanese Carved Wood and Gilt Kannon Bodhisattva - JO4AG211
Price: $3,695.00

Beautiful, Japanese handcarved Kannon bodhisattva, goddess of mercy and compassion, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912.  Lovely, highly detailed figure standing on a lotus and holding a lotus pod in her left hand (rare!) which is the symbol of purity.  The right hand is raised in the mudra of protection.  Carved of Hinoki (cypress wood) and carefully gilded, the figure features a robe hanging gracefully over her arm and body. With eyes downcast in meditative position, Kannon (also known as Guanyin) brings salvation for earthly beings. The mandala behind is created of gilt metal in filigree, creating a symbolic microcosm of the universe.  Very good condition.  Dimensions:  20” high, 7” wide.
Japanese Single-Panel Byobu Screen Painting, Tiger
Japanese Single-Panel Byobu Screen Painting, Tiger - JO4AG212
Price: $1,995.00

Whimsical Japanese single-panel screen painting featuring tiger, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912.  A whimsical tiger (tora) with wonderful long eye lashes  and a Cheshire grin. The tiger in Japan is associated with the Samurai class and represents the virtues of courage and strength.  Shown in the mountains and ready to pounce.  The artist has created with quick strokes the feeling of movement and action. Very good condition.Dimensions:  68” high, 26” wide.
Large Japanese Shigaraki Ceramic Tea Jar
Large Japanese Shigaraki Ceramic Tea Jar - JO4AG213
Price: $2,995.00

Exceptionally large Japanese Shigaraki ceramic tea jar, Meiji period, c. 1868-1912.  A fine example of the famous pottery crafted at Shigaraki, one of the six ancient kilns of Japan, near Kyoto.  Shigaraki dates to the medieval period, and from the 17th century has produced stunning glazed pottery of this type for functional use.  Classic cream glaze with beautiful watermelon glaze featuring lovely green bands from top to bottom in traditional Shigaraki fashion. The clay comes from Lake Biwa. The tapered bottom is buried into the earth and the jar is used to store tea leaves or water.  Very good condition.  Dimensions: 30” high, 15” diameter.
   
 


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