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AN IRON SUKASHI-TSUBA ATTRIBUTED TO THE NISHIGAKI SCHOOL.

AN IRON SUKASHI-TSUBA ATTRIBUTED TO THE NISHIGAKI SCHOOL.

Japan, 17th/18th c. H ca. 8.3 cm.

Maru-gata.


Sold for CHF 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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TWO IRON TSUBA WITH INLAID GOLD DETAILS.

TWO IRON TSUBA WITH INLAID GOLD DETAILS.

Japan, 18th c. H 7.2 cm, resp. Edo Period, H 6.5 cm.

(2)


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THREE IRON SUKASHI-TSUBA.

THREE IRON SUKASHI-TSUBA.

Japan, Edo Period, D a) H 7.1 cm b) H 7.1 cm c) H 6.6 cm.

(3)


Sold for CHF 450 (including buyer’s premium)
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A LARGE SUKASHI TSUBA WITH DECORATION OF MICE.

A LARGE SUKASHI TSUBA WITH DECORATION OF MICE.

Japan, 19th c. D ca. 8.6 cm.

Signed Hirochika and kao.


Sold for CHF 688 (including buyer’s premium)
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SEVEN TSUBA WITH GOLD DAMASCENED DETAILS.

SEVEN TSUBA WITH GOLD DAMASCENED DETAILS.

Japan, 18th/19th c. D 5.5-8 cm.

a) Signed Masatoshi saku. b) Signed Chôshû jû hagi hachidô/yaji Tomonobu saku. g) Signed. (7)


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A SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI) WITH DRAGON APPLIQUÉS.

A SHORT SWORD (WAKIZASHI) WITH DRAGON APPLIQUÉS.

Japan, 20th c. L 33 cm (blade), 49 cm (total).

Tsuka (sword handle) and dragon applications made of wood. Brown lacquered scabbard (saya) with clouds of gold paint, as well as a plastically worked dragon with mother of pearl eyes and wish ball. Matching tate marugata lacquer tsuba with metal surround with engraved nanako ornament.


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A GILT BRONZE INCENSE BURNER (KÔRO).

A GILT BRONZE INCENSE BURNER (KÔRO).

Japan, Meiji Period, H 11.5 cm.

Marked at base.


Sold for CHF 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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A ASHTRAY NETSUKE IN THE FORM OF A MELON (HAIZARA/SUIGARA-AKE).

A ASHTRAY NETSUKE IN THE FORM OF A MELON (HAIZARA/SUIGARA-AKE).

Japan, late 19th c. Width 4 cm.

Bronze.


Sold for CHF 219 (including buyer’s premium)
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A NETSUKE OF A DUTCHMAN.

A NETSUKE OF A DUTCHMAN.

Japan, early 19th c. Height 5.3 cm.

Stag antler.


Sold for CHF 350 (including buyer’s premium)
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UTAGAWA KUNISADA I (TOYOKUNI III) (1786–1865): FOUR DIPTYCHA DISPLAYING KABUKI SCENES.

UTAGAWA KUNISADA I (TOYOKUNI III) (1786–1865): FOUR DIPTYCHA DISPLAYING KABUKI SCENES.

Ôban, around 1850-1854.

All signed Toyokuni ga, censor, dating and publisher seals. Fixed with adhesive tape at the corners. (4)


歌川國貞 (三代歌川豊國) (1786–1865)。歌舞伎場景浮世繪四幅。

大判錦絵,大約1850-1854年。附「豊国画」、改印、日期及印刷者印鑒。角落經黏貼修復。

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A WOODEN CONTAINER WITH SILVER FITTINGS.

A WOODEN CONTAINER WITH SILVER FITTINGS.

Japan, Taishô/Shôwa Period, 13,7x10x4.4 cm.

Hallmarks: Jungin and an 'S' in a five-pointed star, which probably designates the workshop.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN IVORY HANDLE CARVED WITH BEASTS.

AN IVORY HANDLE CARVED WITH BEASTS.

Japan, Meiji Period, L 22.5 cm, 75 cm (total).

Signed Hiroyoshi. Umbrella added later.

This object contains material of endangered species and is subject to certain trade restrictions. Prospective buyers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import it into another country.

含有象牙、犀牛角及/或其他瀕危或受保護物種物質的拍賣品,在本目錄中特別註有?符號。一些國家禁止或限制進口或出口含有象牙、犀牛角及/或源於其他瀕危或受保護物種的物品。因此,若您拍賣購得標有?的物品,並擬運往其他國家,您應在拍賣前了解及遵守所有相關海關的規則及法規。


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UTAGAWA KUNISADA I (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1865): TWO KABUKI WOODBLOCK PRINTS.

UTAGAWA KUNISADA I (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1865): TWO KABUKI WOODBLOCK PRINTS.

Oban, 1864.

Both signed: Nanajû kyû ô Toyokuni hitsu (made by the 79 year old Toyokuni) and Hori Ôta Tashichi (blockcutter). (2)


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UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI (1797-1861): A TRIPTYCH.

UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI (1797-1861): A TRIPTYCH.

Oban, ca. 1860.

Woodblock print. Encounter of the generals Minamoto no Yoritomo and his half-brother Yoshitsune, accompanied by Benkei. In the background the snow-covered Fuji. Signed: Ichiyûsai Kuniyoshi ga. Publisher: Ibaya Senzaburô.


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UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI (1797-1861): TWO TRIPTYCHS.

UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI (1797-1861): TWO TRIPTYCHS.

Oban, 1849 resp. ca. 1843.

Woodblock print. a) Tametomo watches his assistant Oniyasha shoulder a stranded boat. Signed: Ichiyûsai Kuniyoshi ga and Kiri seal. Publisher: Yamaguchiya Tobei, two censor seals. b) A few men, among them Shôguntarô Taira Yoshikado and Iga Jutarô, as well as Takiyasha hime, are watching a battle of frogs and cheering on the "opponents". Signature: Ichiyûsai Kuniyoshi ga and Chôôrô Kuniyoshi ga, censor seal. Areas of embossing. (2)


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UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI (1797-1861): A TRIPTYCH.

UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI (1797-1861): A TRIPTYCH.

Oban.

Woodblock print. This group depicts the spirits of the eight loyal heroes and the Princess Fuse (Fusehime) from "The Legend of the Dog Warriors" and is titled "hakkeden chûyû soroi". Signed: Ichiyûsai Kuniyoshi, kiri and censor seals. Framed under glass.


Sold for CHF 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN UNUSUAL GILT BRONZE MASK.

AN UNUSUAL GILT BRONZE MASK.

Probably Japan, ca. 19th c. L 17 cm.

Mounted on a plaque in a wooden frame.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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