Antique Chinese & Japanese Works of Art

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I love the clean lines of the Orientalist period; they seemed to be so far ahead of their time. In today's more clinical interiors the wonderful Meiji bronze forms with Shakudo and gilt decoration is just stunning, accompanied with the vibrant colours of the enamel Cloisonné work there is nothing better. Alongside this there is the outstanding inlaid mother of pearl work in the late 19th century Chinese furniture and the more restrained furniture from the earlier times as well as Chinese Vases to help set it all off.

A Meiji period Japanese bronze roundel with a lion’s head with a super mane.

A Meiji period Japanese bronze roundel with a lion’s head with a super mane.

Circa. 1990

A Meiji period Japanese bronze roundel with a lion’s head with a super mane. Signed to the
rim.

£ 1450.00

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A pair of early 20th century Chinese Cloisonné vases

A pair of early 20th century Chinese Cloisonné vases

Circa. 1930

A stunning pair of early 20th century Chinese Cloisonné vases with massed flower heads birds and butterflies, on their original carved stands. The...

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Taisho ‬period silvered bronze storks

Taisho ‬period silvered bronze storks

Circa. 1920

Taishō ‬period silvered bronze storks stood upon original lacquer base. With original presentation boxes.

£ 4800.00

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A large Meiji period ivory tusk incised with a scene showing a boar hunt.

A large Meiji period ivory tusk incised with a scene showing a boar hunt.

Ref. No. 4067

Circa. 1880

A large and impressive Meiji period ivory tusk incised with a continuous scene showing a boar hunt, depicted with great energy and in minute detail...

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A large Satsuma 'Imperial' palette vase

A large Satsuma 'Imperial' palette vase

Ref. No. 4014

Circa. 1880

A large Satsuma 'Imperial' palette vase with stands of chrysanthemum in rich coloured enamels and gilt. Good signature.

£ 2800.00

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A Meiji period ivory Okimono of a stalking tiger with mother of pearl eyes.

A Meiji period ivory Okimono of a stalking tiger with mother of pearl eyes.

Ref. No. 4027

Circa. 1880

A Meiji period ivory okimono of a stalking tiger with mother of pearl eyes.

£ 1450.00

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Japanese Meiji period ivory pill box

Japanese Meiji period ivory pill box

Ref. No. cw063

Circa. 1900

A Japanese Meiji period ivory pill box with incised leopards.

£ 480.00

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Meiji period okimono of a bijin being pulled along in a rickshaw.

Meiji period okimono of a bijin being pulled along in a rickshaw.

Circa. 1890

Meiji period okimono of a bijin being pulled along in a rickshaw.

£ 2250.00

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The Chatsworth Nagasaki Table from The Great Exhibition 1951

The Chatsworth Nagasaki Table from The Great Exhibition 1951

Circa. 1850

The lobed top decorated in gold lacquer and lavishly inlaid in stained mother-of-pearl and powder in Nagasaki style on a roiro-nuri ground, the
v...

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Japanese Ivory Okimono of a farmer

Japanese Ivory Okimono of a farmer

Circa. 1880

Japanese ivory Okimono of a farmer, the figure striding forward and
heavily laden with a basket on his back and in his hand, the base signed 'mas...

Currently Reserved


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