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A LARGE LACQUERED PORTABLE SHRINE (ZUSHI).

A LARGE LACQUERED PORTABLE SHRINE (ZUSHI).

Japan, Edo period, height 55 cm.

Wood, lacquered in brown, red and gold, the inside of the doors painted. Eyes of lion inlaid. Metal fittings. Aurole later. Minor damage and restoration.


Sold for CHF 3 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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A LACQUERED WOOD FIGURE OF YAKUSHI NYORAI.

A LACQUERED WOOD FIGURE OF YAKUSHI NYORAI.

Japan, 17th/18th c. Height (over all) 75 cm, height (figure) 30 cm.

Red, black and gold lacquer, chased metal fittings at base of stand. Eyes inlaid in glass. At the bottom a Buddhist blessing in red lacquer. Minor damage and restorations.


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SEATED WOOD FIGURE OF JIZO BOSATSU.

A SEATED WOOD FIGURE OF JIZO BOSATSU.

Japan, Edo period, height (over all) 30 cm, height (figure) 20 cm.

Polychrome paint, gold and black lacquer. Staff missing, sacred jewel added. Minor age damage and restoration.


Sold for CHF 2 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SMALL FIGURE OF MONJU BOSATSU ON A LION.

A SMALL FIGURE OF MONJU BOSATSU ON A LION.

Japan, Edo period, height 14.2 cm.

Wood with black, red and gold lacquer. Minor damages.


Sold for CHF 688 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BRONZE FIGURE OF AMIDA NYORAI ON AN ELABORATE ELEPHANT PEDESTAL.

A BRONZE FIGURE OF AMIDA NYORAI ON AN ELABORATE ELEPHANT PEDESTAL.

Japan, Meiji period, height 73 cm.

Marked at base of elephants: Dainihon fukuju. Minor damage.


Sold for CHF 3 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A KATANA SIGNED BISHU OSAFUNE JUNIN AND KOZUKE DAIJO FUJIWARA SUKESADA.

A KATANA SIGNED BISHU OSAFUNE JUNIN AND KOZUKE DAIJO FUJIWARA SUKESADA.

Japan, Shintô period (Edo period, 18th c.), length (blade) 76 cm.

Shinogizukuri style blade, koshizori sugata with blood groove, gunome midareba hamon and subtle itame hada. Koshirae (mounting): black lacquer scabbard with mica and silver dragon mounts. Octagonal tsuba, fuchi, menuki and kashira decorated with hermit, monk, dragon and oni motifs. Some wear, scratches and spots at blade, minor damage at lacquer, mekugi replaced. No NBTHK certificate.


Sold for CHF 11 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SIXFOLD BYOBU DEPICTING VARIOUS SCENES ON A SHINTO SHRINE COMPOUND.

A SIXFOLD BYOBU DEPICTING VARIOUS SCENES ON A SHINTO SHRINE COMPOUND.

Japan, 17th/18th c. 152x52 cm.

Ink, colour and gold on paper with gold leaf. Signed Tanshun sai hitsu (Tanshun Tsurusawa 1655 or 1658-1729). Some restorations, panels are seperate.


Sold for CHF 3 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SIXFOLD BYOBU DEPICTING A SUMMER FESTIVAL (MATSURI) SCENE.

A SIXFOLD BYOBU DEPICTING A SUMMER FESTIVAL (MATSURI) SCENE.

Japan, 18th c. 121.5 × 46.5 cm (one panel).

Some damages and restorations.


Sold for CHF 2 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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A POLYCHROME PAINTING OF THE RAKAN PANTHAKA (HANTAKA).

A POLYCHROME PAINTING OF THE RAKAN PANTHAKA (HANTAKA).

Japan, 18./19th c. 114 × 54 cm (painting).

Ink and colours on silk, brocade mounting. Some creases. Framed under glass.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A PAINTING OF A COURTLY COUPLE WITH ELABORATE MOUNTING.

A PAINTING OF A COURTLY COUPLE WITH ELABORATE MOUNTING.

Japan, 19th c. 32 × 61 cm.

Ink, colours and gold on silk. Silk mounting slightly faded. Framed. Damage at back cover.


Sold for CHF 2 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A PAINTING OF SAMURAI BY HASEGAWA SETTEI (1816 - 1882).

A PAINTING OF SAMURAI BY HASEGAWA SETTEI (1816 - 1882).

Japan, 15 × 18 cm.

Ink and colours on silk. Signed Settei Sôichi hitsu and sealed. Framed under glass.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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TWO PORTRAITS OF ZENDO DAISHI AND A DEPICTION OF SENJU-KANNON.

TWO PORTRAITS OF ZENDO DAISHI AND A DEPICTION OF SENJU-KANNON.

Japan, early Edo period, 25 × 11.5 cm and 26 × 14 cm.

Ink and colours on silk. The patriarch Zendô Daishi (chin. Shan Dao 613-681) as a monk and as appearance in a dream of Hônen Shônin (1133-1212). Senjû-Kannon in gold paint on paper. Brocade mounting. Framed under glass. (3)


Sold for CHF 2 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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TWO FIGURES IN A WATERFALL SNOWSCAPE IN THE STYLE OF KANO CHIKANOBU (1660-1728).

TWO FIGURES IN A WATERFALL SNOWSCAPE IN THE STYLE OF KANO CHIKANOBU (1660-1728).

Japan, Edo period, 125 × 54 cm.

Ink and light colours on joint paper. Signed Chikanobu hitsu, sealed Kano Chikanobu and Josen shô. Framed under glass. Minor damage and restoration.


Sold for CHF 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797 - 1858): FOUR PRINTS OF THE HOEIDO AND GYOSHO TOKAIDO SERIES.

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797 - 1858): FOUR PRINTS OF THE HOEIDO AND GYOSHO TOKAIDO SERIES.

Oban, 1833 - 1834; aiban, 1841 - 1844.

Woodblock prints of the series Tôkaidô gojûsan tsugi no uchi (The 53 Stations of the Tokaidô). Three sheets of the Hoeidô edition: no. 23 (Fujieda, jinba tsugitate), kiwame censor seal partially cut off, no. 35 (Yoshida, Toyokawabashi), kiwame, and no. 41 (Narumi, meibutsu Arimatsu shibori), kiwame seal almost completely cut off, publisher: Takenouchi Magohachi (Hoeidô). And sheet no. 4 (Kanagawa) of the Gyôsho edition, publisher: Ezakiya Kichibei (Tenjudô). (4)


Sold for CHF 1 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797 - 1858): TWO WOODBLCOK PRINTS WITH SEA SIGHTS.

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1797 - 1858): TWO WOODBLCOK PRINTS WITH SEA SIGHTS.

Oban 1853; 1840 - 1842.

Sheet No. 19, Kazusa province, Yasashi bay, common name 99 ri beach (Kazusa yasashiga ura tôrina kujûkuri) of the series [Dai Nihon] Rokujûyoshû meisho zue, publisher: Koshimuraya Heisuke (Koshihei), censors' seals: Murata, Kinugasa, date seal partially trimmed off. And, Sôshuû uraga (Uragawa in Sagami province) of the series Nihon minato zukushi (Harbors of Japan), kiwame censor seal. (2) ***Please not the revised dating of print no 1***


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BAMBOO FLOWER BASKET BY WADA WAICHISAI II (1877-1933).

A BAMBOO FLOWER BASKET BY WADA WAICHISAI II (1877-1933).

Japan, height 60 cm.

Teiryô type ikebana basket. Lacquered bamboo otoshi (water container). At based signed 'Waichisai tsuku(ru)'. With original storage box, the cover inscribed 'teiryô hanakago', at interior 'mei' 'eji' (named 'guardian') and signed 'seisetsu fûu jôshi Waichisai', sealed Waichisai.


Sold for CHF 2 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN IGA STYLE VASE (IGA MENTORI KAKI) BY TSUJIMURA SHIRO (*1947).

AN IGA STYLE VASE (IGA MENTORI KAKI) BY TSUJIMURA SHIRO (*1947).

Japan, height 42.5 cm.

Stoneware with natural ash glaze. Incised mark of artist.


Sold for CHF 2 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A LARGE PLATE BY TSUJIMURA SHIRO (*1947) AND TACHIBANA DAIKI (1898 - 2005).

A LARGE PLATE BY TSUJIMURA SHIRO (*1947) AND TACHIBANA DAIKI (1898 - 2005).

Japan, 20th c. 42 × 27 cm.

The Shigaraki style plate is painted and inscribed with a calligraphy by Tachibana Daiki (1898 - 2005) 'Ninnin koko daijô' (Each person's individual personality is unique), signed 'ki'. Plate marked at back 'shi'. Wood box.


Sold for CHF 3 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BIZEN STYLE CHAIRE BY TAKENAKA KENJI (*1957).

A BIZEN STYLE CHAIRE BY TAKENAKA KENJI (*1957).

Japan, height 10 cm.

Additional bone cover. Marked at base 'K'. Small orange cloth, sealed. Inscribed wood box (tomobako), signed and sealed 'ken'.


Sold for CHF 438 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SHIGARAKI TEA BOWL (CHAWAN) BY TSUJI SEIMEI (1924 - 2008).

A SHIGARAKI TEA BOWL (CHAWAN) BY TSUJI SEIMEI (1924 - 2008).

Japan, Ø 13 cm.

Incised signature on side. With wood storage box (tomobako) inscribed 'Shigaraki chawan', at interior signed and sealed 'Seimei' and a light blue sealed cloth.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SETO WASTE WATER CONTAINER (KENSUI).

A SETO WASTE WATER CONTAINER (KENSUI).

Japan, Edo period, Ø 15 cm.

Dripping iron glaze (tetsuyû). Wood box. Minor chips.


Sold for CHF 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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A TENMOKU GLAZED KI-SETO WATER JAR (MIZUSASHI).

A TENMOKU GLAZED KI-SETO WATER JAR (MIZUSASHI).

Japan, Edo period (17th c.) Height 18 cm.

Minor chips.


Sold for CHF 1 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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A LARGE SHOE SHAPED (KUTSUGATA) KURO ORIBE CHAWAN.

A LARGE SHOE SHAPED (KUTSUGATA) KURO ORIBE CHAWAN.

Japan, Momoyama/Edo period, length 17 cm.

Seto ware with iron black and white glaze. With inscribed wood box (i.a. ko-seto kutsu bachi, kuro oribe chawan). Minor damage.


Sold for CHF 4 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SATSUMA VASE DECORATED WITH A LIVELY MARKET SCENE.

A SATSUMA VASE DECORATED WITH A LIVELY MARKET SCENE.

Japan, 20th c. Height 31 cm.

Polychrome enameled with gilt details. Marked at base.


Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BLUE AND WHITE MAKUZU KOZAN (1842-1916) VASE.

A BLUE AND WHITE MAKUZU KOZAN (1842-1916) VASE.

Japan, Meji period, height 36.5 cm.

Signed on underside in seal-form Makuzu Kôzan sei. Wood stand.


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