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A MINIATURE PORTABLE SHRINE (ZUSHI)

A MINIATURE PORTABLE SHRINE (ZUSHI)

Japan, 19th c. Height 8.2 cm.

Dark brown lacquer paint, gilt interior, metal fittings. Jizô Bosatsu at interior, the doors painted with his two acolytes Shôzen and Shôaku dôji which are similar to Seitkata and Kongara accompanying Fudô Myôô. Minor nicks, the wish-granting-jewel lost.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A LARGE LACQUERED PORTABLE SHRINE (ZUSHI).

A LARGE LACQUERED PORTABLE SHRINE (ZUSHI).

Japan, 19th c. Height 43 cm.

Wood, lacquered in dark brown and gold, elaborated gilt metal fittings. Scarcely painted seated figure of Amida Buddha on lotus pedestal. Very minor damage.


Sold for CHF 3 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A WOOD FIGURE OF SHO KANNON.

A WOOD FIGURE OF SHO KANNON.

Japan, Heian period, 11th/12th c. Height 38.2 cm (figure).

Dark brown paint. Age damages. On wood stand.


Sold for CHF 7 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A GOLD LACQUERED WOOD AMIDA SANZON (TRIAD).

A GOLD LACQUERED WOOD AMIDA SANZON (TRIAD).

Japan, 18th/19th c. Height (total) 60 cm, Amida figure 29 cm.

Amida with inlaid eyes and the bodhisattvas Seishi and Kannon. Minor damage and restoration.


Sold for CHF 3 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A LARGE FIGURE OF SENJU (THOUSEND-ARMED) KANNON.

A LARGE FIGURE OF SENJU (THOUSEND-ARMED) KANNON.

Japan, 18th/19th c. Height 150 cm, 57 cm (figure)

Wood, gilt on black lacquer, the eyes inlaid. Some damages and restorations.


Sold for CHF 8 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BRONZE MODEL OF A ROARING TIGER.

A BRONZE MODEL OF A ROARING TIGER.

Japan, Meiji period, length 54 cm.

Dark brown patina. Marked Kôyô/Teruaki saku. Burl wood plinth, inscribed on the back.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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TWO MIYAO WORKSHOP FIGURES.

TWO MIYAO WORKSHOP FIGURES.

Japan, Meiji period, height 14.7 resp. 7 cm.

Bronze, details damascened in silver and gold. a) Hotei sleeping on his bag. b) A fisherman trying to extricate his loincloth from a giant clam. Both signed on reverse of cover Miyao, in rectangular cartouche sealed 'Ei' (workshop of Miyao Eisuke). On decorated wood stands. (2)


Sold for CHF 5 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BOX IN FORM OF A GOURD-SHAPED WAR FAN (GUNBAI).

A BOX IN FORM OF A GOURD-SHAPED WAR FAN (GUNBAI).

Japan, Meiji period, length 9.7 cm.

Decorated with the spinning yamauba (mountain witch) in gilt, silver and shakudô taka- and hirazôgan, the sides additionally incised. Gilt rims and silver plated interior.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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A SMALL KOMAI DISH DEPICTING MOUNT FUJI.

A SMALL KOMAI DISH DEPICTING MOUNT FUJI.

Japan, Meiji period, Ø 18.2 cm.

Iron with gilt and silver inlay work in hira- and nunomezôgan. Dragon fly mark Nihon koku Kyôto jû Komai sei. Wood stand. Very minor usage to gilt rim.


Sold for CHF 1 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN ENAMEL CLOISONNE JAR AND COVER.

AN ENAMEL CLOISONNE JAR AND COVER.

Japan, Meiji period, height 10 cm.

Silver mounts. Signed Nagoya Hayashi zô (made by) and stamped with the Hayashi Kodenji lozenge mark.


Sold for CHF 12 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN ENAMEL CLOISONNE VASE IN THE STYLE OF HAYASHI KODENJI.

AN ENAMEL CLOISONNE VASE IN THE STYLE OF HAYASHI KODENJI.

Japan, Meiji period, height 15.5 cm.

Dark blue ground, decorated with wisteria and birds. Gilt rims and interior of neck.


Sold for CHF 2 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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A PAIR OF ORMOLU MOUNTED CLOISONNE ENAMEL VASES.

A PAIR OF ORMOLU MOUNTED CLOISONNE ENAMEL VASES.

Japan, 19th c. Height 43 cm.

Each supported by a pair of European gilt bronze phoenix. (2)


Sold for CHF 3 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A PAIR OF TALL CHRYSANTHEMUM CANDLESTICKS.

A PAIR OF TALL CHRYSANTHEMUM CANDLESTICKS.

Japan, Meiji period, height 80 cm.

Wood, black and gold lacquer, with engraved and chased gilt metal fittings. Minor signs of wear. (2)


Sold for CHF 2 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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A PORTABLE NANBAN LACQUER CABINET.

A PORTABLE NANBAN LACQUER CABINET.

Japan, Momoyama period, 44 × 31 × 36 cm.

Of black lacquered wood with ten drawers, decorated in gold and silver hiramaki-e and aogai (mother of pearl) inlays. Copper fittings, knobs and handles at sides. Damages.


Sold for CHF 18 600 (including buyer’s premium)
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A FINE GOLD AND SILVER HIRAMAKI-E SUZURIBAKO WITH BLOSSOMING TREES.

A FINE GOLD AND SILVER HIRAMAKI-E SUZURIBAKO WITH BLOSSOMING TREES.

Japan, 18th/19th c. 23 × 22 × 4.4 cm.

Lacquered, partially with aogai (mother-of-pearl) inlays. Inside an ink-grinding stone (suzuri), water dropper (suiteki) and inkstick holder (sumitori).


Sold for CHF 2 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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A GOLD LACQUER AND SHIBAYAMA HANDLED TRAY.

A GOLD LACQUER AND SHIBAYAMA HANDLED TRAY.

Japan, Meiji period, width 30 cm.

Inset panel inlaid with mother-of-pearl, stone and ivory on gold lacquer, surrounded by a ornamental silver and gold hiramaki-e. Iron handle and feet imitating bamboo. At base marked Kaneko sei. Minor damage.

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 2 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN INRO DECORATED WITH GREY HERONS AND A HAWK.

AN INRO DECORATED WITH GREY HERONS AND A HAWK.

Japan, 19th c. Length 9 cm.

Four-case. Signed Yôyûsai saku (Hara Yôyûsai, 1772-1842). Coral bead ojime.

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 1 125 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

A LACQUERED BOX WITH SHIBAYAMA-STYLE INLAYS.

A LACQUERED BOX WITH SHIBAYAMA-STYLE INLAYS.

Japan, Meiji period, height 6.5 cm.

On four metal legs. Dense hiramaki-e chrysanthemums contrasting with flower arrangements of stone and mother-of-pearl inlays. Very minor damage.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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A MINIATURE CABINET (KODANSU).

A MINIATURE CABINET (KODANSU).

Japan, Meiji period, height 21 cm (incl. stand).

Ivory, decorated in gold, black and brown hira- and takamaki-e. Engraved metal fittings. On wood stand with gold lacquer ornaments. Minor damages.

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 1 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN IVORY CARVING DEPICTING THE NIGHT PARADE OF THE 100 DEMONS.

AN IVORY CARVING DEPICTING THE NIGHT PARADE OF THE 100 DEMONS.

Japan, Meiji period, height 16 cm.

Signed Yoshikazu and sealed. One crack.

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 1 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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A BOXWOOD NETSUKE OF TWO MUSHROOMS.

A BOXWOOD NETSUKE OF TWO MUSHROOMS.

Japan, 19th c. Ø 4.5 cm.

The stipe of the larger mushroom creates a natural himotoshi. Fine patina.


Sold for CHF 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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A NETSUKE OF A BLIND STONE LIFTER.

A NETSUKE OF A BLIND STONE LIFTER.

Japan, mid-19th c. Length 3.4 cm.

Boxwood. The blind eye and signature plate inlaid in bone. Old collection sticker. Signed Gyokkei.


Sold for CHF 813 (including buyer’s premium)
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AN RYUSA (OPENWORK) NETSUKE.

AN RYUSA (OPENWORK) NETSUKE.

Japan, 19th c. Ø 4.2 cm.

Bone. Carved with floral patterns and a coling dragon among clouds with wish-fulfilling jewel​. Silver inlay signed Kômei.


Sold for CHF 6 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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A NETSUKE OF A LION BREAKING FREE FROM AN EGG SHELL.

A NETSUKE OF A LION BREAKING FREE FROM AN EGG SHELL.

Japan, 19th c. Length 5 cm.

Ivory. Eyes inlaid in black horn. Nicely worn.

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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AN EIGHTFOLD SCREEN (BYOBU) BY UNKOKU TOSON (1759-1810).

AN EIGHTFOLD SCREEN (BYOBU) BY UNKOKU TOSON (1759-1810).

Japan, around 1800, width 377 cm, 175×49 cm (one panel).

Ink and colours on paper. Expressive painting of a pair of silver pheasants on a pine, entwined with wisteria and peonies. Aside a pair of herons. Two seals, Toson and another seal. Minor damages and restorations, signs of age.


Sold for CHF 11 250 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.