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A FINE CORAL CARVING.

A FINE CORAL CARVING.

China, 20th c. Height 10 cm.

Salmon-colored coral with white flecks depicting a bird's nest in a flowering tree.

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.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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SNUFFBOTTLE WITH INTERIOR PAINTING.

SNUFFBOTTLE WITH INTERIOR PAINTING.

China, height 5.8 cm.

Figurative scene, probably from a novel. Signed: Ye Zhongsan.


Sold for CHF 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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UTAMARO SCHOOL: A PORTRAIT OF TWO BEAUTIES.

UTAMARO SCHOOL: A PORTRAIT OF TWO BEAUTIES.

Oban, tate-e.

Half-length portrait of two bijin. Backed and mounted. Framed under glass.


Sold for CHF 313 (including buyer’s premium)
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THREE KABUKI COLOR WOODCUTS BY UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI (1797–1861) AND A SHINI-E.

THREE KABUKI COLOR WOODCUTS BY UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI (1797–1861) AND A SHINI-E.

Oban, 1845-1854.

a) The Kabuki actor Nakamura Utaemon IV as Kasuga no negi (the Shinto priest of Kasuga) from the play Yoshitsune zenbonsakura, Yoshimura and Muramatsu censor seal. b) Three actors representing different social classes, the sheet Shinôkôshô no uchi. Hama, Magomi censor seal. c) Chikugo province: Saki no Iyo no jô Sumitomo of the series Dai Nihon rokujûyoshû no uchi (The 60 odd provinces of Japan), Watari censor seal. Signature: Ichiyûsai Kuniyoshi ga, Kiri seal. d) Shini-e commemorating the death of Ichikawa Danjûrô VIII (1823-1854), unknown artist, dated 1854. (4)


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A LARGE TEMPLE LANTERN.

A LARGE TEMPLE LANTERN.

Japan, beginning 20th c. Height 90 cm.

Bronze with a dark patina. A hipped roof with bell terminals on a spherical openwork body. The base is decorated with lions, rabbits, minogame and a dragon in relief. Assembled from three parts. Wired for electricity.


Sold for CHF 938 (including buyer’s premium)
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UTAGAWA KUNISADA I (TOYOKUNI III) (1786–1864): FOUR SHEETS FROM THE SERIES CHUYU GISHIN ROKU.

UTAGAWA KUNISADA I (TOYOKUNI III) (1786–1864): FOUR SHEETS FROM THE SERIES CHUYU GISHIN ROKU.

Oban, 1847–1852.

Sheets 4, 5, 8, 11 from the series 'Record of the Valiant and Loyal Retainers'. Signature: Kôchôrô Toyokuni hitsu, publisher: Yamamotoya Heikichi (Eikyûdô). (4)


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TOYOHARA KUNICHIKA (1835–1900) AND UTAGAWA FUSATANE (ACTIVE CA. 1850–1890): TWO TRIPTYCHS.

TOYOHARA KUNICHIKA (1835–1900) AND UTAGAWA FUSATANE (ACTIVE CA. 1850–1890): TWO TRIPTYCHS.

Oban, 1878/1864.

a) A battle scene from the Kabuki play 'Butai akarukichisei no yoshibai'. Signature: Toyohara Kunichika hitsu, Publisher: Yamamura Kanesaburô. b) A Genji-e titled 'Sono yukari yukimitei'. A gathering of three women and one gentleman gaze at the snowy winter landscape by the warming fire of a hibachi. Signature: Fusatane ga, publisher: Fujiokaya Keijirô, aratame rat censor seal. Embossed details. (2)


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A PAIR OF HIBACHI.

A PAIR OF HIBACHI.

Japan, 19th c. Height 18.5 cm.

Ovoid ceramic vessels, with three small vertical incisions on either side. The decoration consists of paper appliqués, some with inscriptions, some imitating fabrics, and black paint. (2)


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UTAGAWA KUNIYASU (1794–1832): TWO KABUKI WOODBLOCK PRINTS.

UTAGAWA KUNIYASU (1794–1832): TWO KABUKI WOODBLOCK PRINTS.

Oban.

a) In the foreground the actor Iwai Kumesaburô II in a female role playing music with a hand drum (tsuzumi), followed by Kataoka Nizaemon VII as Tosa Shôgen. Signature: Kuniyasu ga, publisher: Nishimuraya Yohachi (Eijûdô), kiwame censor seal. b) The actor Onoe Kikugorô poses with a poster in his hands. Signature: Kuniyasu ga, publisher: probably Ezakiya Tatsuzô (Sengyokudô), kiwame censor seal. (2)


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UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI I (1769-1825).

UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI I (1769-1825).

Oban, ca. 1813.

The color woodcut shows the actor Bandô Mitsugorô in a Kabuki theater scene. The sheet Hazuki from the series Jûni-kagetsu no uchi. Signed: Toyokuni ga, publisher: Tsuruya Kinsuke.


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TWO ORIGINAL TABLETS.

TWO ORIGINAL TABLETS.

Japan, length 45 resp. 42 cm.

a) Root wood, with black lacquer in parts. Uneven wall with slightly curled, undulating edge, shaped by the organic material. b) Light wood with red-, brown- and black lacquer. Short, asymmetrical wall which widens towards the base. (2)


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KITAO SHIGEMASA (1739–1820).

KITAO SHIGEMASA (1739–1820).

Chûban, ca. 1772 or later.

No. 4 of the twelve-part series Kaiko Yashinai-gusa on silkworm breeding. Signed: Kitao Shigemasa ga.


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TRIPTYCH BY KATSUSHIKA HOKUI (ACTIVE CA. 1830-1870).

TRIPTYCH BY KATSUSHIKA HOKUI (ACTIVE CA. 1830-1870).

Oban, 1847-1852.

Titled 'Sesshû Daimotsu ura Heike onryô arawaru zu' (The Appearance of the Vengeful Taira Spirits in Daimotsu Bay, Settsu Province). The spirit of the deceased Taira no Tomomori (1152-1185) appears in front of a boat filled with warriors. Signature: Hokui ga, Publisher: Kazusaya Iwazô (Iwakichi), Mera, Murata censor seal. Framed under glass.


Sold for CHF 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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A DYNAMIC CALLIGRAPHY BY KITA TAISHO (1930– 2009).

A DYNAMIC CALLIGRAPHY BY KITA TAISHO (1930– 2009).

Japan, 146 x 180 cm.

Ink on paper, mounted as a two-fold screen. Sealed 'Taishô' and signed.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A WAKIZASHI.

A WAKIZASHI.

Japan, Shintô Period (Edo Period, late 17th c.), length 43.5 cm.

Blade in shinogizukuri style, toriizori sugata, suguha with midareba hamon, masame, in parts itame hada. Signature: Echizen-jû Higo no kami Fujiwara Yasutsuna. Koshirae (mount) with black lacquer scabbard. Openwork tsuba, fuchi and kashira with dragon decoration, menuki with hotei motif (18th c.). Kozuka (knife attached to the scabbard) with a dragon and cloud motif, signed: Tanba no kami Yoshimichi (17th c.). No NBTHK papers.


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A FINE BRONZE WATER KETTLE.

A FINE BRONZE WATER KETTLE.

Brunei, 19th c. Width 32 cm.

Of ribbed body, the cover and handle with hinges.


Sold for CHF 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BRONZE AYUTTHAVA-STYLE STANDING BUDDHA.

A BRONZE AYUTTHAVA-STYLE STANDING BUDDHA.

Thailand, 20th c. Height 139 cm.

Mounted on pedestal.


Sold for CHF 5 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A WOODEN PAGODA WITH FOUR BUDDHAS.

A WOODEN PAGODA WITH FOUR BUDDHAS.

Burma, ca. 18th c. Height 67 cm.

Remains of brown paint.


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