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Japanese bronze censer, late Edo/Meiji period, with a bird and dragon on the cover, central section of the body decorated with Japanese warblers perched on plum blossom branches, lower portion depicts pierced work with peonies, overall: 20"h x 7"dia

Japanese bronze censer, late Edo/Meiji period, with a bird and dragon on the cover, central section of the body decorated with Japanese warblers perched on plum blossom branches, lower portion depicts pierced work with peonies, overall: 20"h x 7"dia

A patinated bronze vase with mixed-metal design Meiji period (late 19th century) The tapering ovoid body decorated in high relief with butterflies and a song bird amid flowering autumn plants and grasses, executed in gold, silver, copper and shakudo and with incised accents, further mixed metal overlay of floral tendrils applied to the waisted neck

A patinated bronze vase with mixed-metal design Meiji period (late 19th century) The tapering ovoid body decorated in high relief with butterflies and a song bird amid flowering autumn plants and grasses, executed in gold, silver, copper and shakudo and with incised accents, further mixed metal overlay of floral tendrils applied to the waisted neck

Rooster And Hen  Type     Woodblock print  Maker(s)     Artist: Tsukioka Kōgyo (1869-1927)  Historical period(s)     ca. 1910

Rooster And Hen Type Woodblock print Maker(s) Artist: Tsukioka Kōgyo (1869-1927) Historical period(s) ca. 1910

Antique Japanese incense burner. Raised foo lions to front and back of body. Cover having foo lion finial and scrolled screen design. Rests of four scrolled feet. Late Edo to Meiji period. Measures 9 1/4" height x 10 3/4" length (23.4cm x 27.3cm). Total weight of 3.28 kilograms. Provenance: Sam Feldman Collection.

Antique Japanese incense burner. Raised foo lions to front and back of body. Cover having foo lion finial and scrolled screen design. Rests of four scrolled feet. Late Edo to Meiji period. Measures 9 1/4" height x 10 3/4" length (23.4cm x 27.3cm). Total weight of 3.28 kilograms. Provenance: Sam Feldman Collection.

A Large Bronze and Ivory Okimono (Meiji Period (late 19th-early 20th century)) 53,6 cm high

A Large Bronze and Ivory Okimono (Meiji Period (late 19th-early 20th century)) 53,6 cm high

Fuchi-kashira with design of birds and waves  Japanese, Edo period, early to mid-19th century  By Yoshioka Shigetsugu, Japanese, 1569–1653  School Yoshioka School, Japanese, Main material: shibuichi; other metals: gold; decorative technique: takabori, zogan, MFA

Fuchi-kashira with design of birds and waves Japanese, Edo period, early to mid-19th century By Yoshioka Shigetsugu, Japanese, 1569–1653 School Yoshioka School, Japanese, Main material: shibuichi; other metals: gold; decorative technique: takabori, zogan, MFA

Pair of Antique Japanese Bronze Lanterns

Pair of Antique Japanese Bronze Lanterns

ANTIQUE JAPANESE BRONZE DRAGON CENSER

ANTIQUE JAPANESE BRONZE DRAGON CENSER

A BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER AND COVER - JAPAN, EDO PERIOD, DATED 1792

A BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER AND COVER - JAPAN, EDO PERIOD, DATED 1792

A soft-metal-inlaid bronze jar with cover  Meiji period (late 19th century)  Of ovoid form with a short neck, applied with two handles cast in the form of auspicious fungus, inlaid in gold, silver, copper, gilt and shakudo with two panels designed with cranes and bamboo, the body set on bamboo feet and the lid with a pine cone finial applied with a butterfly 13¼in. (33.7cm.) high

Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

A soft-metal-inlaid bronze jar with cover Meiji period (late 19th century) Of ovoid form with a short neck, applied with two handles cast in the form of auspicious fungus, inlaid in gold, silver, copper, gilt and shakudo with two panels designed with cranes and bamboo, the body set on bamboo feet and the lid with a pine cone finial applied with a butterfly 13¼in. (33.7cm.) high

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