Imari ware (brightly-coloured) rice bowl with floral motif. Excellent condition.
Ceramic pillow is hollow with hole on top. Hot water would be pored in and cored on cold nights.
Statuette of a fisherman carrying Koi and fish basket with tobacco and pouch (tonkatsu). Robe has family mun of Tokyo school. Meiji period, circa 1890.
Glazed earth ware vase, signed.
Han Dynasty grainery.
Van Briggle vase in two-tone brown with frosted top.
Dark brown vase with cranes.
Pair of Japanese incense vases. Imari ware with floral motif. Height is 6.5 inches.
Wakizashi Koshirae withtsungai mon motie. Shishi men marked Suke Mitsu on tsungi. Saya in excellent condition.
Has Bonsai trees with frothing waves in background with storks. Ojime is multi-colored ball with red, white, and wavy motif Monju Ojime.
Has palm fronds and bamboo some abrasion on top section. Netsuke has ivory priestly figure.
Metal bowl is 7" in diameter and 4.5" tall. Has vine and tendrils with floral motifs. Tokugaua Period very attractive and well made.
Unsigned Japanese vase Edo period, circa 1830's.
Wakizashi Koshirae with shakudo fittings. Motif is of a dragon and marine life in swirling waves. It is unsigned except for Ko Gatana. Overall length is 27 3/8" (70cm). A spectacular Koshirea!
Japanese Box with footed base and silver feet. Subject is Mount Fuji erupting, signed with Kakihan and Hallmark on base. Demotions: 9.5 inches x 5.75 inches x 3 inches.