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TWO WOODEN FIGURES OF THE SHITENNO (FOUR HEAVENLY KINGS).

TWO WOODEN FIGURES OF THE SHITENNO (FOUR HEAVENLY KINGS).

Japan, 18th c. Height 42 and 43 cm.

Lacquer and paint over gesso. The guardian of the North Tamonen (Bishamonten) and Jikokuten, the guardian of the East standing on demons. Attached brass fire halos. Inlaid crystal eyes. Minor restorations. (2)


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A FINE LACQUERED WOOD SCULPTURE OF JIZO BOSATSU.

A FINE LACQUERED WOOD SCULPTURE OF JIZO BOSATSU.

Japan, Edo period, height 65 cm (incl. plinth).

Minor damage and plinth restored.


Sold for CHF 11 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A CYLINDRICAL BRONZE SUTRA CONTAINER.

A CYLINDRICAL BRONZE SUTRA CONTAINER.

Japan, Heian/Kamakura period, height 30 cm.

Domed cover with stupa-shaped finial, with relief lotiform border at base.


Sold for CHF 2 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BRONZE VASE DECORATED WITH A GOOSE IN THE MOONLIGHT.

A BRONZE VASE DECORATED WITH A GOOSE IN THE MOONLIGHT.

Japan, Meiji period, height 33.5 cm.

Silver, gold and metal alloy takazôgan. Ciseled signature: Heian jû Munenori and at base marked Inoue.


Sold for CHF 2 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A LARGE CIRCULAR IRON CHARGER WITH CRANE DESIGN.

A LARGE CIRCULAR IRON CHARGER WITH CRANE DESIGN.

Japan, Meiji period, diameter 90 cm.

Taka- and hirazôgan in gold, silver and metal alloys. Signed and sealed. Minor cracks. ***Please note that this description has been amended ***


Sold for CHF 13 100 (including buyer’s premium)
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A FINE BRONZE FIGURE OF A ROARING TIGER.

A FINE BRONZE FIGURE OF A ROARING TIGER.

Japan, Meiji period, length 60 cm.

Marked Seiya saku.


Sold for CHF 4 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A FIGURE OF AN ARCHER.

A FIGURE OF AN ARCHER.

Japan, Meiji period, height 37 cm.

Bronze finished in two different brownish shades, details in gold. Detachable arrow, bow and sword. Signed in rectangular reserve. On wooden base.


Sold for CHF 3 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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A PAIR OF LARGE CLOISONNÉ VASES ON PINK GROUND.

A PAIR OF LARGE CLOISONNÉ VASES ON PINK GROUND.

Japan, Meiji period, height 100.5 cm.

Decorated with various blossoming flowers, plants and birds. (2)


Sold for CHF 22 700 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN OKIMONO FIGURE OF A STREET VENDOR.

AN OKIMONO FIGURE OF A STREET VENDOR.

Japan, Meiji period, height 15 cm.

Ivory with lacquer details. Signature in red lacquer reserve: Eishin (Nagamasa). Minor restoration.


Sold for CHF 2 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A LARGE NETSUKE OF A SEATED BOY DOING THE BEKKANKO GESTURE.

A LARGE NETSUKE OF A SEATED BOY DOING THE BEKKANKO GESTURE.

Japan, 2nd half 19th c. Height 5 cm.

Boxwood, the eyes and some details of the costume decoration are made of horn or ivory. Signed Ryûkei on rectangular ivory catouche.


Sold for CHF 1 063 (including buyer’s premium)
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A NETSUKE OF AN OVERRIPE KAKI FRUIT WITH ROTTEN PARTS.

A NETSUKE OF AN OVERRIPE KAKI FRUIT WITH ROTTEN PARTS.

Japan, 19th c.

Boxwood.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A WOOD NETSUKE OF A FOX PRIEST WITH REVOLVING FACE.

A WOOD NETSUKE OF A FOX PRIEST WITH REVOLVING FACE.

Japan, 19th c. Height 7 cm.

Wood with remains of lacquer and colour. The fox face is made of stone.


Sold for CHF 1 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SASHI NETSUKE OF A MONGOLIAN ARCHER.

A SASHI NETSUKE OF A MONGOLIAN ARCHER.

Japan, ca. 1800, height 11 cm.

Boxwood. Well done himotoshi.


Sold for CHF 2 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A NETSUKE OF FUKURA SUZUME.

A NETSUKE OF FUKURA SUZUME.

Japan, 19th c. Height 2.5 cm.

Ivory. Signed Kôgyoku. Old Bluth collection seal at base.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A NETSUKE OF A RESTING BOAR.

A NETSUKE OF A RESTING BOAR.

Japan, early to mid-19th c. Width 5 cm.

Ivory.


Sold for CHF 4 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A TOMOTADA SCHOOL NETSUKE OF A COW AND A CALF.

A TOMOTADA SCHOOL NETSUKE OF A COW AND A CALF.

Japan, around 1800, width 6.5 cm.

Ivory. Finely aged patina at the base, the himotoshi are of different size. Inscribed in rectangular reserve Tomotada.


Sold for CHF 6 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BOXWOOD NETSUKE OF A BAMBOO SHOOT WITH A FROG.

A BOXWOOD NETSUKE OF A BAMBOO SHOOT WITH A FROG.

Japan, 1st half 19th c. Height 6 cm.

Horn inlaid eyes.


Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BOXWOOD NETSUKE OF A SHISHI AND BALL.

A BOXWOOD NETSUKE OF A SHISHI AND BALL.

Japan, 2nd half 19th c. Height 3.5 cm.

Pierced ball with loose ball within. Signed in oval reserve Masanao and old collector no. at back.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A FISH MANJU WITH EBISU IN TAKAZOGAN.

A FISH MANJU WITH EBISU IN TAKAZOGAN.

Japan, 19th c. Length 4.3 cm.

Ivory, fish eye inlaid with a green stone. Nicely aged patina on back side. Signed Josetsu.


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A WOOD NETSUKE OF A SNAIL ON A BUCKET.

A WOOD NETSUKE OF A SNAIL ON A BUCKET.

Japan, 19th c. Height 4 cm.

Signed Shigemasa.


Sold for CHF 2 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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A NETSUKE OF A SPARROW ON A TILE.

A NETSUKE OF A SPARROW ON A TILE.

Japan, early 19th c. Height 2.5 cm.

Ivory, eyes inlaid. Signed Izumi ga.


Sold for CHF 688 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SIGNED BIZEN OSAFUNE KIYOMITSU KATANA.

A SIGNED BIZEN OSAFUNE KIYOMITSU KATANA.

Japan, Muromachi period (dated 1559), length 67.6 cm (blade), 85.2 cm (incl. nakago).

Curvature: 1.5 cm. Blade signed at base "Bizenkoku jû Osafune Kiyomitsu saku" (made by Kiyomitsu from Osafune), at reverse "Eiroku ni nen hachi gatsu hi" (a day in the eight month of second year of Eiroku era = August 1559), jihada in ko-itame, utsuri. Hamon: suguha und kogunome midare. Koshirae: all parts made in Mino (Gifu province)/Mino Kinkou Kanagu. Shakudô tsuba, fuchi and kashira with flower and dragon takazôgan in gold, the golden menuki in shape of lobsters. Tsuka-ito over rayskin. With shirasaya und silk bag. Certificate: NBTHK Hozon, mei. (2)


Sold for CHF 7 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SIGNED BISHU OSAFUNE SUKESADA WAKIZASHI.

A SIGNED BISHU OSAFUNE SUKESADA WAKIZASHI.

Japan, late Muromachi period (dated 6th of Daiei), length 57.4 cm (blade), 75.6 cm (incl. nakago).

Curvature: 1.6 cm. Signed "Bishû Osafune Sukesada", backside dated "Dai-ei roku nen hachigatsu hi". Texture (jihada): tight itame. Hamon: gunome and chôji-midare. 19th c. mounting. Maru-gata tsuba, bamboo and heron menuki, shakudô fuchi-gashira with snow plasma design and topped in gold with a "Gosan no Kirimon", a daimyô family crest. Lacquered leather tsuka-ito over rayskin. Black lacquer kuro-ishime saya, shirasaya und silk bag. Certificate: NBTHK Hozon and NTHK. (2)


Sold for CHF 6 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A MONJU SHIGEKUNI WAKIZASHI.

A MONJU SHIGEKUNI WAKIZASHI.

Japan, early Edo period, length 45.1 cm (blade), 59.8 cm (incl. nakago).

Curvature 1.0 cm. Mumei, attributed to Monju Shigekuni. Jihada: tight itame. Suguha-Hamon with notare und partially kinsuji. 19th c. mounting. A mokko-gata iron tsuba with wave decor and some gold dots. Menuki in gold and dragon form, shakudô fuchi-gashira with tiger and bamboo design on nanako ground. Tsuka-ito over rayskin. Black lacquered saya, shirasaya und silk bag. (2)


Sold for CHF 5 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SILVER TEA CADDY WITH REPOUSSE IRIS DECORATION.

A SILVER TEA CADDY WITH REPOUSSE IRIS DECORATION.

Japan, Meiji period, diameter 8.3 cm, weight 210 g.

Signed.


Sold for CHF 2 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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