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A NETSUKE OF A RECLINING OX.

A NETSUKE OF A RECLINING OX.

Japan, mid 19th c. Length 5.2 cm.

Ivory carving in the style of Tomotada. Nicely worn, honey-coloured patina.

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.


CHF 800 / 1 200 | (€ 750 / 1 120)

A BOXWOOD NETSUKE OF A SEATED ONI APPLYING MOXA.

A BOXWOOD NETSUKE OF A SEATED ONI APPLYING MOXA.

Japan, early 19th, height 3.8 cm.

Nicely worn and good himotoshi.


Sold for CHF 1 250 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

AN ELEGANT SILVER FRAME.

AN ELEGANT SILVER FRAME.

Japan, Meiji period, 23.8 × 17.3 cm, weight 279 g.

The shaped oblong frame with an oval opening, decorated with chased iris and cranes. Hallmarks: characters and S.


Sold for CHF 1 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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A FINE AND HEAVY SILVER BOWL.

A FINE AND HEAVY SILVER BOWL.

Japan, around 1900, Ø 18.2 cm, weight 1206 g.

With lobed rim and flaring foot rim, decorated with chased water lilies. Hallmarks: Musashiya Yokohama and characters, jungin silver mark. Engraving to the foot rim: C.W.B. from L.C-B. and F.O.L. December 1909.


Sold for CHF 2 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SILK EMBROIDERED WALL HANGING.

A SILK EMBROIDERED WALL HANGING.

Japan, 19th c. 180 × 117 cm (total).

Depicting a peacock in a garden with bamboo, birds and flowers. Minor damages.


CHF 800 / 1 200 | (€ 750 / 1 120)

AN IMPRESSIVE DOLL (MUSHA-NINGYO) OF MINAMOTO NO YOSHITSUNE.

AN IMPRESSIVE DOLL (MUSHA-NINGYO) OF MINAMOTO NO YOSHITSUNE.

Japan, 19th c. Height 35.5 cm.

Wood, gofun, silk and other materials, elaborately worked. Some damage and fragile hair.


CHF 1 500 / 2 500 | (€ 1 400 / 2 340)

A WALL CLOCK (KAKEDOKEI).

A WALL CLOCK (KAKEDOKEI).

Japan, 18th/19th c. Height 23 cm (clock).

Wadokei (jap. lantern clock) with two separate foliot balances. Alarm on bell. Requires servicing.


CHF 2 500 / 3 500 | (€ 2 340 / 3 270)

A SIX-FOLD BYOBU DEPICTING COURTIERS BY A WATERFALL.

A SIX-FOLD BYOBU DEPICTING COURTIERS BY A WATERFALL.

Japan, 18th/19th c. 122.5 × 47.5 cm (one panel).

Ink, colours, gold and gold leaf on paper. Backside lined with silk. Minor damages.


Sold for CHF 2 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A TWO-FOLD LOW SCREEN (FUROSAKI BYOBU) PRESENTING FOUR SMALL PAINTINGS.

A TWO-FOLD LOW SCREEN (FUROSAKI BYOBU) PRESENTING FOUR SMALL PAINTINGS.

Japan, 19th/20th c. 70 × 90 cm (each panel).

Ink and colours on silk, gold leaf background. In the style of famous Kano painters, accordingly signed. Slight signs of age.


CHF 1 000 / 1 500 | (€ 930 / 1 400)

A FOUR-FOLD BYOBU DEPICTING LEISURELY ACTIVITIES AT A LAKE SHORE.

A FOUR-FOLD BYOBU DEPICTING LEISURELY ACTIVITIES AT A LAKE SHORE.

Japan, 18th/19th c. 87 × 45.5 cm (each panel).

Ink, colours and gold splash on paper. Minor restorations and damages.


Sold for CHF 2 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A TWO-FOLD LOW SCREEN (FUROSAKI BYOBU).

A TWO-FOLD LOW SCREEN (FUROSAKI BYOBU).

Japan, 18th/19th c. 74.2 × 93 (each panel).

Ink and colours on silver leaf ground. A pair of rabbits in an autumn scenery.


Sold for CHF 2 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SIX-FOLD SCREEN (BYOBU) DEPICTING A TEMPLE COMPLEX TOWERING OVER AN ATMOSPHERIC LANDSCAPE.

A SIX-FOLD SCREEN (BYOBU) DEPICTING A TEMPLE COMPLEX TOWERING OVER AN ATMOSPHERIC LANDSCAPE.

Japan, Edo period, 171 × 62 cm (each panel).

Ink, gold splash and gold leaf on paper. Signed: Gyokuhô (Hasegawa Gyokuhô, 1822-1879) and two seals. Backside lined with silk. Slightly damaged and minor restorations.


Sold for CHF 3 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A KAKEMONO BY TOSA MITSUSADA (1738-1806).

A KAKEMONO BY TOSA MITSUSADA (1738-1806).

Japan, ca. 1782-1792, 64.5 × 32 cm.

Ink and colours on silk. Portrait of the famous poet Fujiwara Teika (1162-1241), above him one of his poems in sôsho. Inscription: Edokoro atsukari jugoi (no) ge sakone (no) shôgen Fujiwara Mitsusada. Seal: Mitsusada no shô. Hanging scroll with brocade mounting.


CHF 1 000 / 1 500 | (€ 930 / 1 400)

A KAKEMONO BY KANO YUSEI KUNINOBU (1788-1840).

A KAKEMONO BY KANO YUSEI KUNINOBU (1788-1840).

Japan, 19th c. 99.5 × 42 cm.

Ink and colours on silk. A fine painting of a hoopoe sitting on a blossoming branch above a pair of wagtails in a brook bed with peonies. Signature: Yûsei Kuninobu hitsu. Artist’s seal. Hanging scroll with brocade mounting.


A KAKEMONO OF THE LUCKY GOD HOTEI ON A WATER BUFFALO.

A KAKEMONO OF THE LUCKY GOD HOTEI ON A WATER BUFFALO.

Japan, 1st half of 19th c. 114 × 42 cm.

Ink on silk. Hanging scroll with silk mounting. Signed Teibô (?) Ichirô and sealed. Some folds.


CHF 800 / 1 200 | (€ 750 / 1 120)

A SET OF HYAKUNIN ISSHU UTAGARUTA (PLAYING CARDS).

A SET OF HYAKUNIN ISSHU UTAGARUTA (PLAYING CARDS).

Japan, 19th c. 8 × 5.8 cm.

Ink, colours and silver leaf on stiffened paper, the backs in gold leaf. Containing 100 yomifuda and 97 torifuda, in two brocade wrappers. Signs of wear. (2)


CHF 1 200 / 1 800 | (€ 1 120 / 1 680)

HYAKUNIN ISSHU UTAGARUTA (PLAYING CARDS) AND A LACQUER BOX.

HYAKUNIN ISSHU UTAGARUTA (PLAYING CARDS) AND A LACQUER BOX.

Japan, 18th/19th c. Height 15.5 cm (lacquer box) 8.7 × 5.7 cm (cards).

Ink, colours and gold on stiffened paper, the back in silver leaf. In two brocade wrappers a set of 99 figurative reading cards with poems (yomifuda) and 99 grabbing cards (torifuda) with the associated waka poems. Black lacquered box with foliage in gold hiramakie, min. damage. (3)


Sold for CHF 3 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SET OF HYAKUNIN ISSHU UTAGARUTA (PLAYING CARDS).

A SET OF HYAKUNIN ISSHU UTAGARUTA (PLAYING CARDS).

Japan, dated Taishô 5 (1917), 7.1 × 5 cm.

Woodblock print on stiffened paper. 100 yomifuda (reading cards) and 100 torifuda (grabbing cards) and a small booklet with explanations of the characters, incomplete. Woodbox, inscribed Ogura hyakunin isshu, Fumonji, Komatsu, at inside dated and specified Nagano-ken, Shigamura, Nonomura shop, amongst others.


CHF 800 / 1 200 | (€ 750 / 1 120)

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.


Sold for CHF 563 (including buyer’s premium)
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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)


Sold for CHF 3 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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KATSUKAWA SHUNZAN (active around 1781-1801): A WARRIOR PRINT.

KATSUKAWA SHUNZAN (active around 1781-1801): A WARRIOR PRINT.

Hashira-e, 60 × 10.5 cm.

A musha-e depicting the general Kajiwara Genta Kagesue in an impressive posture. Signed Shunzan ga, publisher: Mikawa(ya). Trimmed.


CHF 800 / 1 200 | (€ 750 / 1 120)

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.


Sold for CHF 438 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

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.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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CHOBUNSAI (HOSODA) EISHI (1756–1829): COURTESANS.

CHOBUNSAI (HOSODA) EISHI (1756–1829): COURTESANS.

Aiban, 33.5 × 23 cm.

Part three of a song of the four seasons-series (shiki kyoku). Signed Eishi ga, kiwame censor seal, publisher Eijûdô (Nishimuraya Yohachi). Trimmed.


CHF 600 / 900 | (€ 560 / 840)