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UTAGAWA KUNISADA I (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1865): 86 PRINTS OF THE ACTOR MITATE TOKAIDO SERIES.

UTAGAWA KUNISADA I (TOYOKUNI III) (1786-1865): 86 PRINTS OF THE ACTOR MITATE TOKAIDO SERIES.

Oban (mounted booklet 39.5 × 28 cm), around 1852.

With index, some of the 53 stations in two versions. Each signed Toyokuni ga in toshidama cartouche, several block cutters, date and censor seals. Each sheet is fixed on paper at the four corners and mounted as a booklet titled Tokaidô gojûsan tsugi no uchi.


Sold for CHF 10 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI I (1769–1825): A KABUKI WOODBLOCK PRINT.

UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI I (1769–1825): A KABUKI WOODBLOCK PRINT.

Oban.

Depicting the actor Segawa Kinunojô. Publisher and kiwame censor seal. Slightly trimmed.


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UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1759-1858): TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS OF THE MEISHO EDO HYAKKEI SERIES.

UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE I (1759-1858): TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS OF THE MEISHO EDO HYAKKEI SERIES.

Oban, tate-e, 1856/1857.

No. 1 Nihonbashi yukibare (Clearing after snow) and No. 40 Sekiguchi josuibata, Bashôan Tsubakiyama (Bashô's Hermitage and Camellia Hill on the Kanda Aqueduct at Sekiguchi), publisher: Uoya Eikichi, aratame censor and date seal. (2)


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KATSUKAWA SHUNSHÔ (1726-1792): THE KABUKI ACTOR ICHIKAWA DANJURO.

KATSUKAWA SHUNSHÔ (1726-1792): THE KABUKI ACTOR ICHIKAWA DANJURO.

Hosoban, tate-e.

Woodblock print, signed Shunshô ga.


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A KABUKI WOODBLOCK PRINT (YAKUSHA-E).

A KABUKI WOODBLOCK PRINT (YAKUSHA-E).

Hosoban, tate-e, ca. 1790-1800.

Signed Shunrô ga (Katsushika Hokusai, 1760-1849), alternatively Utagawa Toyomaru (Katsukawa Shunrô II, active around 1785–1797), kiwame censor seal, publisher Tsutaya Jûzaburô, Kôshodô. Backed.


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

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

Hosoban.

The actors Ichikawa Yaozô, Nakamura Noshio and Yamashita Kinsaku. Kiwame censor seal, publisher: Ezakiya Kichibei (Eikichi). Collector seal at back.


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UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI I (1769–1825): THREE KABUKI WOODBLOCK PRINTS.

UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI I (1769–1825): THREE KABUKI WOODBLOCK PRINTS.

Oban, tate-e.

The actor Bandô Mitsugorô under a willow tree, signed Toyokuni ga. Bandô Mitsugorô with a hand on his head, signed Toyokuni ga, kiwame censor seal, publisher: Yamaguchiya Tôbei (Kinkôdô). Segawa Kikunojô as onnagata, signed Toyokuni ga, kiwame censor seal, publisher: Matsumura Tatsuemon. (3)


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TWO SURIMONO.

TWO SURIMONO.

21 × 13.8 cm.

Two sheets of the series Hisakataya jûban no uchi (Ten prints for the Hisakataya Club). Sealed Shunman (Kubo Shunman, 1757-1820). A few embossed parts (karazuri). (2)


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A BOTTLE-VASE BY HAMADA SHOJI (1894-1978).

A BOTTLE-VASE BY HAMADA SHOJI (1894-1978).

Japan, height 19 cm.

Kaki glaze in nukie style (with wax resist). The base marked "shô" in a rectangular reserve and in rômaji "S. Hamada".


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A LARGE STORAGE JAR (O-TSUBO) BY TSUJIMURA SHIRO (*1947).

A LARGE STORAGE JAR (O-TSUBO) BY TSUJIMURA SHIRO (*1947).

Japan, height 44 cm.

Stoneware with natural green-brown ash glaze. The rounded body is bearing the incised mark of the artist.


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AN IGA STYLE VASE BY KANZAKI SHIHO (*1942).

AN IGA STYLE VASE BY KANZAKI SHIHO (*1942).

Japan, height 25.5 cm.

Stoneware with grey-green ash glaze. The artist's mark incised at base. The woodbox (tomobako) inscribed Shiga hanaire Shigaraki genyô, signed and sealed.


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A FACETED VASE BY HAMADA SHOJI (1894-1978).

A FACETED VASE BY HAMADA SHOJI (1894-1978).

Japan, height 25.3 cm.

With kaki glaze, the sides decorated in beige, copper green and kaki iron red. With tomobako (wood box), at interior of lid inscribed, signed and sealed.


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A KOHIKI STYLE SHIRO RAKU CHAWAN (TEA BOWL) BY TSUJIMURA SHIRO (*1947).

A KOHIKI STYLE SHIRO RAKU CHAWAN (TEA BOWL) BY TSUJIMURA SHIRO (*1947).

Japan or Devon, height 10 cm.

Slightly irregular shape, glazed with white slip on dark stoneware. With tomobako (wood box), the lid inscribed, signed and sealed. Sealed cloth (chakin).


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A SQUARE PLATE BY HAMADA SHOJI (1894-1978).

A SQUARE PLATE BY HAMADA SHOJI (1894-1978).

Japan, 29 × 30 cm.

Decorated with finger drawn or omitted design which reminds of floral motivs. Black-brown tenmoku on kaki glaze, partially visible fabric structure. On circular stand. Woodbox.


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A LARGE DISH BY HAMADA SHOJI (1894-1978).

A LARGE DISH BY HAMADA SHOJI (1894-1978).

Japan, Ø 28 cm.

Stoneware, the upside is glazed in black, whitish and kaki-coloured poured glaze (nagashi-yu) on a dark-brown, almost black, mat glaze.


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A SQUARE DISH BY HAMADA SHOJI (1894-1978).

A SQUARE DISH BY HAMADA SHOJI (1894-1978).

Japan, 30.2 × 30.5 × 3 cm.

Stoneware, decorated in whitish and green nagashigaki (trailed or poured drawing) on olive brown glaze.


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A SMALL SQUARE KORO (CENSER) IN KO-KUTANI STYLE.

A SMALL SQUARE KORO (CENSER) IN KO-KUTANI STYLE.

Japan, 19th. c. or earlier, height 7.3 cm.

The base with Fuku mark in green enamel cartouche. Married pierced silver lid. Minor wear.


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A SQUARE KO-SHINO BOX AND COVER.

A SQUARE KO-SHINO BOX AND COVER.

Japan, early Edo period, 13 × 13 × 9 cm.

Painted in iron oxid on whitish crazed glaze. A small kintsugi (gold lacquer) repair. Wood box.


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A KO-BIZEN WATER JAR (MIZUSASHI).

A KO-BIZEN WATER JAR (MIZUSASHI).

Japan, Edo period or earlier, height 15.5 cm.

Light brown body of globular shape, irregular oval form. With lacquered wood cover. Wood box.


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FIVE KO-ORIBE SERVING DISHES OF MATSUKAWABISHI SHAPE.

FIVE KO-ORIBE SERVING DISHES OF MATSUKAWABISHI SHAPE.

Japan, 16th/17th c. 13 × 12.5 × 5.7cm.

Each on three small loop feet. Wood box inscribed: ... matsukawabishi (a shape or pattern which reminds of pine bark) mukôzuke (small serving dish for kaiseki meals). (5)


Decorated in underglaze iron oxide with liner and blossom alike motifs

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A BRASS MOUNTED SOFT AND BURL WOOD CABINET (SAMCH’UNG JANG).

A BRASS MOUNTED SOFT AND BURL WOOD CABINET (SAMCH’UNG JANG).

Korea, 19th/20th c. 91.5 × 41.5 × 134 cm.

With four frieze drawers above two cupboards, on a fixed stand with scrolled bracket feet. Slightly warped.


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A PAIR OF LACQUERED WOOD AND BAMBOO CHESTS.

A PAIR OF LACQUERED WOOD AND BAMBOO CHESTS.

Korea, 1st half 20th c. 67 × 34 × 33.5 cm.

With a fish-shaped lock. Minor wear. (2)


Sold for CHF 12 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A PAINTING OF CHISEONGGWANG YEORAE.

A PAINTING OF CHISEONGGWANG YEORAE.

Korea, late 19th c. 78.8 × 58.8 cm.

Ink and colours on silk. Water stains. Framed under glass.


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FOUR FINE KOREAN PAINTINGS.

FOUR FINE KOREAN PAINTINGS.

Korea, 19th c. ca. 76×43 cm.

Ink and colours on silk. Ladies at leisure in traditional clothing. Hanging scrolls. Some stains and restorations. (4)


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A BRONZE FIGURE OF THE SEATED BUDDHA.

A BRONZE FIGURE OF THE SEATED BUDDHA.

Northern Thailand, circa 16th c. Height 46 cm.

Traces of gilt lacquer. Head probably replaced. Minor damage and restoration.


Sold for CHF 3 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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