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RECTANGULAR KANG TABLE.

RECTANGULAR KANG TABLE.

China, late Qing Dynasty, 113.5x96.5x38 cm.

Wood. Tabletop of three panels framed, on inward turned legs.


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AN AMETHYST SNUFFBOTTLE WITH A CHILONG IN RELIEF AND MASKARON RING HANDLES.

AN AMETHYST SNUFFBOTTLE WITH A CHILONG IN RELIEF AND MASKARON RING HANDLES.

China, height 5.7 cm.

Matching stopper.


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FIVE TRIPTYCHS WITH IMAGES OF THE SINO-JAPANESE WAR.

FIVE TRIPTYCHS WITH IMAGES OF THE SINO-JAPANESE WAR.

Oban, all dated Meiji 27 (1894).

Woodblock print. Two triptychs by Utagawa Kokunimasa (1874-1944): "The Battle of Asan in Korea" (Chôsen Asan rikugun Ôshima shôshô yûsen no to) and "The Sinking of the Imperial Chinese Battleship" (Shinkoku gunkan hinbotsu). Also, three tritpychs by Toyohara (Yôshû) Chikanobu (1838-1912) with i.a. an image of the crucial and fiercely contested Battle of Asan (Asan ichidai no to gekisen). (5)


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UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797-1858).

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797-1858).

Oban, ca. 1839-1842.

Woodblock print. The folio “Fukugawa Hachimangu” from the series “Edo Meisho” shows a temple from the perspective of an observer standing in front of the Torii gate. Signed: Hiroshige ga. Publisher: Fujiokaya Keijirô (Shôrindô).


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UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I AND HIROSHIGE II: 22 PRINTS OF VARIOUS SMALL-FORMAT TOKAIDO AND EDO MEISHO SERIES.

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I AND HIROSHIGE II: 22 PRINTS OF VARIOUS SMALL-FORMAT TOKAIDO AND EDO MEISHO SERIES.

Chûban, vertical.

16 woodblock prints from the “Jinbutsu-Tôkaidô” series (gojûsan tsugi), 1852; 3 prints (Futagawa, Odawara, Eriji) from the “Kyoka-Tôkaidô” (gojûsan tsugi) series, ca. 1840-1842; sheet 22, "Arai", from the “Aritaya-Tôkaidô” in quarter ôban format, ca. 1843-1847; sheet 19, "Matsuchi yama", from the series “Edo Meisho Yonjûhakke”, 1861 (Hiroshige II); as well as sheet 55, "shijôryô, dodaibi", from a Tôkaidô series by Hiroshige I (The Coolness on the Sijiô Riverbank), 1852; publisher: Murataya Ichigorô. Some with censor/date seals. (22)


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UTAGAWA YOSHITORA (AKTIVE CA. 1840-1887).

UTAGAWA YOSHITORA (AKTIVE CA. 1840-1887).

Oban, 1860.

Woodblock print. The Night Attack of Kumasaka in Asakusa, Mino Province (Mino no kuni Akasaka shuku Kumasaka youchi no to). A beam of light illuminates the main battle scene of this energetic depiction. Signed Yoshikuni ga. Aratame/date seal.


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UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI (1797-1861): TWO TRIPTYCHS.

UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI (1797-1861): TWO TRIPTYCHS.

Oban, ca. 1844 resp. ca. 1847.

Woodblock print. 1) A sumo combat between Kawazu Saburô Sukeyasu and Matano Gorô Kagehisa in front of Minamoto no Yoritomo, his entourage and other spectators. Signed: Ichiyûsai Kuniyoshi ga. Publisher: Miyakozawa, censor seal. 2) A scene from the Kanadehon Chûshingura, Act II. Signed: Ichiyûsai Kuniyoshi ga. Publisher: Ibaya Senzaburô, Kiri seal and two censor seals. (2)


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A NO MASK OF AN OKINA TYPE.

A NO MASK OF AN OKINA TYPE.

Japan, 19th c. Length 20 cm.

Painted wood, beard of implanted horsehair. The outer band of the inside is painted in beige.


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TSUKIOKA YOSHITOSHI (1839-1892).

TSUKIOKA YOSHITOSHI (1839-1892).

Oban, 1886 resp. 1889.

Two sheets from the series "Hundred Aspects of the Moon" (tsuki hyaku shi / sugata). Sheet no. 19, "The Moon of Ogurusu in Yamashiro" (Yamashiro Ogurusu no tsuki), and sheet no. 78 "Uchu no tsuki" with follower Kojima Takanori, who leaves a message on a cherry tree for Emperor Go-Daigo on a rainy night. (2)


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KOBAYASHI EITAKU (1843-1890): (SENSAI EITAKU SENGA) BANBUTSU HINAGATA GAFU.

KOBAYASHI EITAKU (1843-1890): (SENSAI EITAKU SENGA) BANBUTSU HINAGATA GAFU.

1880-1882, 15x22 cm.

Woodblock print. Volume 1-5 (of 5) from the picture album "Album of Universal Designs". In the colophon the artist is recorded: Gakô Sensai Eitaku, dated Meiji 12, 13, 14, 15 (1880-1882). Publisher: Eifuji Kihei, Tôkyô. (5)


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SIX WOODBLOCK PRINTED BOOKLETS.

SIX WOODBLOCK PRINTED BOOKLETS.

16x23 cm resp. 25.5x15.5 cm.

Later edition of the expanded version of the Buddhist pictorial encyclopaedia by Tosa Hidenobu "Zôho shoshû Butsuzô zui", Vol. 1-5 (of 5), probably from the year Tenmei 3 (1783) or reprinted from 1796. The last page of Vol. 2 is missing. In addition: an illustrated manual intended for the education and training of the female sex, with title "Jôkyôtaizen hime bunko" by Shimokôbe Shûsui (painter) and the carver Kiguchi Zohei. Recut, dated Bunsei 10 (1827), after original from the year Anei 5 (1776). (6)


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AFTER UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797-1858): ALBUM OF THE FUJI SANJUROKKEI SERIES.

AFTER UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797-1858): ALBUM OF THE FUJI SANJUROKKEI SERIES.

Oban tate-e, 1st half of the 20th c.

Thirty-six woodcuts with table of contents from the 1858 series, bound as a leporello. Tsutaya publisher's seal.


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RED LACQUER HIBACHI.

RED LACQUER HIBACHI.

Japan, 19th/20th c. D 29 cm.

Wood. Interior container of copper. Design of individual flower blossoms and waves in light relief.


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AFTER UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797-1858): ALBUM OF THE HOEIDO TOKAIDO SERIES.

AFTER UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797-1858): ALBUM OF THE HOEIDO TOKAIDO SERIES.

Oban. 1st half of the 20th c.

The complete "Tôkaidô gojûsan tsugi" series, comprising 55 color woodcuts bound as a leporello. In silk slipcase.


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SIX COLOR WOODCUTS BY UTAGAWA KUNISADA I (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1864).

SIX COLOR WOODCUTS BY UTAGAWA KUNISADA I (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1864).

Oban, 1860/1861 and 1857.

Sheet nos. 24, 27, 28, 29 and 33 of the series "meigi sanjûroku kasen" (An Excellent Selection of Thirty-Six Noted Courtesans), each with a poem by the 36 poets. Signature in toshidama cartouche: Ojû Toyokuni ga. In addition: sheet no. 11 of the series "Murasaki Shikibu Genji karuta" with an image from the Genji Monogatari by Murasaki Shikibu. Signature in toshidama cartouche: Baichôrô Kunisada ga. Publisher Tsutaya Kichizô (Kôeidô), censor/date seal. Framed under glass. (6)


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SMALL BRONZE BELL.

SMALL BRONZE BELL.

Japan, 19th c. H 16 cm.

Dark patina. Relief decorationof a dragons in medallion form, lateral pointed bosses and a suspension fixture with a cord. Mallet. Wooden box. (2)


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HIBACHI.

HIBACHI.

Japan, Meiji period, D 35 cm.

Wood. Inner container of copper. Autumnal maki-e decor of fans and gentle waves in gold, red and black lacquer.


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TANSU.

TANSU.

Japan, 19th/20th c. 86.5x42.5x103 cm.

Rectangular wooden chest of drawers. Five tiers of drawers, the second lowest is divided into one larger and two smaller drawers. Handles, round fittings at the centre, and lateral carrying handles of iron.


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TWO SUKASHI TSUBA.

TWO SUKASHI TSUBA.

Japan, Edo period, L 7 and 8 cm.

Iron, details in gold and copper iroe zôgan. a) Marugata. Engraved signature: Gôshû Hikone jû Sôten b) Tate-marugata. Engraved signature: Hikone jû Sôten sei. (2)


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A LACQUER GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA.

A LACQUER GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA.

Thailand, Rattanakosin, ca. mid-20th c. H 88 cm.

Ketumala removable.


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TWO BATIK SARONGS.

TWO BATIK SARONGS.

Indonesia, Java, 20th c. 191x105 and 237x103 cm.

a) Polychrome sarong, with diagonal pattern embellished with flowers. b) Cream-blue colors with a diagonal geometric-floral pattern. (2)


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BUDDHA IN MARAVIJAYA POSITION.

BUDDHA IN MARAVIJAYA POSITION.

Northern Thailand, Lanna, ca. 15th c. H 13.5 cm.

Bronze with traces of gilding over black lacquer.


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SMALL BUDDHA HEAD.

SMALL BUDDHA HEAD.

Thailand, Ayutthaya, ca. 16th c. H 6.5 cm.

Bronze. With pronounced eyebrows and nose. Fixed on a base.


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FIVE OFFERING VESSELS.

FIVE OFFERING VESSELS.

Burma, 19th/20th c. D 24 to 33 cm.

Wood with polychrome lacquer. A fine pattern in concentric bands forms the decor of the round covers. (5)


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A CERAMIC POT IN THE SHAPE OF AN ELEPHANT.

A CERAMIC POT IN THE SHAPE OF AN ELEPHANT.

Khmer, 12th/13th c. Height 14 cm.

Partly glazed.


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