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A BRONZE FIGURE OF THE WHITE TARA.

A BRONZE FIGURE OF THE WHITE TARA.

Tibet, 18th c. Height 13.8 cm.

The head with ritual paint.


Sold for CHF 938 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SILVER TEAPOT.

A SILVER TEAPOT.

Tibet or Mongolia, 19th c. Height 21 cm, weight 855 g.

Finely engraved visvavajra and lotus roundels.


銀質茶壺。

西藏或蒙古,19世紀,高21釐米,重855克。

足部可能為後配。

Sold for CHF 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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A PAIR OF HERONS.

A PAIR OF HERONS.

China, Qing Dynasty, Height 39 cm.

Dark patinated bronze. In their beaks are sockets for small candles or incense. Base, legs and body designed and assembled separately. (2)


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BLUE AND WHITE DOUBLE GOURD VASE.

A BLUE AND WHITE DOUBLE GOURD VASE.

China, late Ming dynasty, height 30.5 cm.

Decorated with a waterlandscape. One minor restoration.


青花葫芦型瓷瓶。

中國,明代晚期,高30.5釐米。

繪山水圖,一處經修復。

Sold for CHF 813 (including buyer’s premium)
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A MAGNIFYING GLASS WITH JADE HANDLE.

A MAGNIFYING GLASS WITH JADE HANDLE.

China, late Qing dynasty, Length 18 cm.

Openwork silver-gilt frame with jadeite and rose quartz cabochons. The handle consists of a belt hook with a dragon head of white jade.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN ATTRACTIVE NECKLACE WITH JADEITE PENDANT.

AN ATTRACTIVE NECKLACE WITH JADEITE PENDANT.

China, 19th/20th c. Length (pendant) 6 cm, length (necklace) 73 cm.

Rectangular, openwork pendant with melons. Necklace with nine jadeite beads and silk endless knots.


翡翠玉墜項鍊。

中國,19/20世紀,玉墜長6釐米,項鍊長73釐米。

鏤空巧雕長方型玉墜,項鍊串有9枚玉珠及吉祥如意中國結。

Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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SERIES OF TWELVE PAINTINGS.

SERIES OF TWELVE PAINTINGS.

China, 19th c. 16 × 21.5 cm.

Gouache on rice paper. Studies of butterflies and insects. Framed under glass. Wooden frame carved and gilt. (12)


Sold for CHF 5 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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TWO BLUE-AND-WHITE BOWLS.

TWO BLUE-AND-WHITE BOWLS.

China, late Ming Dynasty, Diameter 15.3 and 17.2 cm.

Both bowls with continuous decoration of figures in landscapes, as well as medallions in the centers of their interiors. (2)


Sold for CHF 688 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SMALL BLUE-AND-WHITE KUMME.

A SMALL BLUE-AND-WHITE KUMME.

China, mid 17th c. (transitional), Diameter 11 cm.

The sides with six landscape medallions on a fine, openwork lattice. Meander and ruyi border.


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SMALL JADE CARVING.

A SMALL JADE CARVING.

China, Qing Dynasty or earlier, Length 6.5 cm.

Light celadon-colored jade with a brown area. The slightly curved, openwork plaque shows a dragon among leafy scrolls.


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SPHERICAL VASE.

A SPHERICAL VASE.

China, 1950s, Height 23.5 cm.

Decoration reserved on an iron red background of two peacocks in a lush garden landscape; a butterfly adorns the back. Red China stamp mark.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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BAOTOU CARPET.

BAOTOU CARPET.

China, ca. 1900, 140 × 103 cm.

Wool. A blue dragon medallion in the center on a red background. Simple ribbon border.


Sold for CHF 938 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SMALL SIX-PANEL FOLDING SCREEN (BYOBU).

A SMALL SIX-PANEL FOLDING SCREEN (BYOBU).

Japan, early 20th c. 91 × 43 cm (one panel).

Ink and colors on a gold leaf background. A pair of mandarin ducks in a delicately blooming water landscape. The drake stands above on a rock and gazes at the female, who swims in the water.


Sold for CHF 4 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A PAIR OF SATSUMA VASES.

A PAIR OF SATSUMA VASES.

Japan, Meiji period, Height 15 cm.

Roleau-shaped on a carved foot. Eggshell-colored ceramic with fine enamel color and gold decoration. Medallions and leaves among clouds, enclosed by wavy and brocade borders. (2)


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SMALL CLOISONNE LIDDED BOX..

A SMALL CLOISONNE LIDDED BOX..

Japan, Meiji period, 8.2 × 8.2 × 4.5 cm.

Square with rounded corners. Midnight blue with polychrome decoration of fine butterflies on the lid. Enameled green inside.


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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IVORY OKIMONO.

IVORY OKIMONO.

Japan, early 20th c. Height 14 cm.

Fine carving of a seated fisherman mending his net.

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 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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A CLOISONNE LIDDED BOX..

A CLOISONNE LIDDED BOX..

Japan, Meiji period, 16.3 × 8.8 × 6.3 cm.

Rectangular, midnight blue with a silver border. The polychrome decoration, which stretches across two sides of the box, consists of birds, asters and chrysanthemums. Enamelled dark blue inside.


Sold for CHF 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BIZEN-YAKI SHISHI.

A BIZEN-YAKI SHISHI.

Japan, 19th/20th c. Height 18.5 cm.

Ceramic, monochrome brown glazed with golden eyes. Crouching lion with a ferocious look and sharp fangs. Bizen mark on the left thigh.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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ISODA KORYUSAI (1735-1790).

ISODA KORYUSAI (1735-1790).

Chûban.

Two of the seven gods of good luck (shichi fukujin), Ebisu and Daikoku, load a horse u.a. with a fish and a rice ball, their characteristic attributes. Signed: Kôryûsai.


Sold for CHF 550 (including buyer’s premium)
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KATSUKAWA SHUN'EI (1762-1819): A SURIMONO.

KATSUKAWA SHUN'EI (1762-1819): A SURIMONO.

Oban, yoko-e, around 1811-1814.

Four girls buying a puppet from a street vendor and a poem on disinfestation. Signed Shunei' ga, kiwame- and Saburobei Tsumuraya censor seals, publisher: Nishimura Yohachi (Eijûdô).


Sold for CHF 475 (including buyer’s premium)
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IN THE STYLE OF KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI (1760-1849).

IN THE STYLE OF KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI (1760-1849).

Oban nibai, 49.5 × 26.5 cm.

A temple attendant feeds a monkey. Color woodcut of unusual size, marked as the 10th month, probably a series of 12 festivals. Signed: Katsushika Hokusai ga.


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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UTAGAWA YOSHIHARU (1828-1888). TOYOHARA CHIKANOBU (1838-1912).

UTAGAWA YOSHIHARU (1828-1888). TOYOHARA CHIKANOBU (1838-1912).

Oban, 1857 resp. 1889.

a) The acrobat Hayatake Torakichi from Osaka performs a quick-change dance act (Ôsaka kudari Hayatake Torakichi, kono tokoro shosagoto hayagawari). Signed: Ichibaisai Yoshiharu ga, aratame censor’s and date seals. b) Triptych: accompanied by music, a juggler lets his constumed monkey perform in front of a noble couple and their entourage. Signed: Yôshu Chikanobu hitsu, dated Meiji 22, publisher Takegawa Unokichi. (2)


Sold for CHF 350 (including buyer’s premium)
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TANTO.

TANTO.

Japan, Meiji period, Length 39 cm, blade Length 19.5 cm.

Steel blade. Handle and sheath made of bone segments, carved with rural scenes and birds. The engravings are partly blackened.


Sold for CHF 525 (including buyer’s premium)
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A LOT OF COLOR WOODBLOCK PRINTS BY MEIJI ARTISTS.

A LOT OF COLOR WOODBLOCK PRINTS BY MEIJI ARTISTS.

Oban.

a) Diptych by Hayashi Motoharu (1858-1903), dated Meiji 25 (1892). The Kabuki actor Ichikawa Sadanji as Rônin Marubashi Chûya in a dramatic pose (mie). Signed: ôju Motoharu and sealed, publisher's seal. b) Triptych by Ochiai (Utagawa) Yoshiiku (1833-1904). Three groups of courtesans, each with two kamuro and an umbrella holder in Shinyoshiwara. Signed: Ikkeisai Yoshiiku ga, publisher: Kagaya Kichiemon (Seiseidô), censor’s seal. c) Nakayama Sugakudo (1815-1898), 1859. Folio No. 5, Finches and Peach Blossoms (Bundori momo no hana) from the Ikiutsushi shijûhachi taka series. Signed: Sûgakudô Shujin, aratame censor’s and date seals, publisher: Tsutaya Kichizô (Kôeidô). (3)


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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YOSHIDA HIROSHI (1876 – 1950).

YOSHIDA HIROSHI (1876 – 1950).

Dated Taishô 15 (1926), but later print, 51 × 35.5 cm.

Sailing boats in the morning light (hansen, asa), from the series: seto naikai shu (the inland sea series). Signature printed lower right in Latin handwriting.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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