A Meiji netsuke with three figures, one of which is very similar to the laughing Buddha. The Ivory netsuke is signed on the bottom.
Bronze Japanese tiger from the last quarter of the 19th century. The bronze was most likely made by a craftsman who also made samurai swords.
Bronze Japanese candlestick based on three elephants. The candlestick is made with craftsmanship around 1900. Besides very decorative, it is also very functional item.
A Edo gild lacquer wood figure of Amida Nyorai standing on a stepped hexagonal base before a flaming mandorla.
Japanese bronze elephant attacked by two tigers. One of the tigers is lying on the floor on its back. The other tiger is on the back of the elephant. The bronze is of very high quality with beautiful details. It is beautiful how…
Netsuke from a Fo-dog. Used on the back with brass trim.
Meiji bronze statue of a Japanese fisherman in traditional clothing. On his fishing line he has a carp just hooked.
A Meiji ivory statue of a Japanese woman in traditional clothing. Marked at the bottom in red lacquer recess in ivory.
Action plates, Chinese and Delft.Click for more information.
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