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Over 1000 antique Ceramics Over 200 Years Old

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Pair of Japanese ivory tusks, Meiji period (1868 -
Pair of Japanese ivory tusks, Meiji period (1868 - Ref: V383
Pair of Japanese ivory tusks, Meiji period (1868 -1912), each decorated with samurai, height (not including wooden stands)6 7/8in. 17.5cm. SOLD

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Japanese Gold ground lacquer Kodansu, Meiji period
Japanese Gold ground lacquer Kodansu, Meiji period Ref: V686
Japanese Gold ground lacquer Kodansu, Meiji period (1868-1912) of rectangular shape, depicting scenes from the Genji Monogatari (The Tale of Genji) by Murasaki Shikibu, each face decorated with a continuous pavilion landscape with pine trees and diverse shrubs, white metal handle, hinges and lockplate, internally with varied brocade pattern drawers, dimensions: 10.7cm. by 11.7cm. by 8.7cm. SOLD

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Japanese carved ivory netsuke of Gama Sennin, 18th
Japanese carved ivory netsuke of Gama Sennin, 18th Ref: R751
Japanese carved ivory netsuke of Gama Sennin, 18th century, standing, leaning on his gnarled staff and resting his head on his propped up arm, height: 3 15/16in. 10cm. SOLD

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Japanese lacquer box, Meiji period (1867-1912), of
Japanese lacquer box, Meiji period (1867-1912), of Ref: Y75
Japanese lacquer box, Meiji period (1867-1912), of rounded rectangular form, with interior tray, decorated in gold takamakie, with a mountainous landscape scene; length: 8 3/4in, 22.2cm; width: 7in., 17.8cm; condition: wear SOLD

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Japanese ivory netsuke of a shishi, Edo period (16
Japanese ivory netsuke of a shishi, Edo period (16 Ref: N303
Japanese ivory netsuke of a shishi, Edo period (1614-1868), the shishi (lion) looking to the right with its back legs raised, a loose ball in its open mouth, height: 1 3/4in, 4.5cm SOLD

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Japanese gold lacquer box, Meiji (1868-1912), of r
Japanese gold lacquer box, Meiji (1868-1912), of r Ref: V520
Japanese gold lacquer box, Meiji (1868-1912), of rounded rectangular form, decorated with a scene of Mount Fuji with a forest of trees in the foreground, length: 5 1/4in. 13.5cm, height: 2 1/8in. 5.5cm. Width: 4 1/8in. 10.5cm. SOLD

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A pair of silver-wired hexagonal cloisonne vases,
A pair of silver-wired hexagonal cloisonne vases, Ref: Y222
A pair of silver-wired hexagonal cloisonne vases, Meiji period, decorated with wisteria, irises, prunus and peonies on a ground of pale green, blue and grey reserves, height: 5 7/8in., 14.9cm SOLD

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Japanese lacquer inro, comprising of five compartm
Japanese lacquer inro, comprising of five compartm Ref: ES2
Japanese lacquer inro, comprising of five compartments and ojimie bead SOLD

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Japanese ivory carving of a farmer and a boy loadi
Japanese ivory carving of a farmer and a boy loadi Ref: R421
Japanese ivory carving of a farmer and a boy loading a basket with edamame, on an oval base, with two character mark on inset kakihan, height: 15cm. SOLD

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Japanese lacquer dish, 19th century, signed Shokis
Japanese lacquer dish, 19th century, signed Shokis Ref: H731
Japanese lacquer dish, 19th century, signed Shokisai, painted with

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Fine pair of Japanese dark blue cloisonne vases Me
Fine pair of Japanese dark blue cloisonne vases Me Ref: H195
Fine pair of Japanese dark blue cloisonne vases Meiji, late 19th century, with silver mounts, each decorated using silver wires with an eagle perched amongst blossoming cherry branches, looking towards sparrows in flight, the neck and foot-rim with a band of key patterns, ; height:9.3/4 in.; 24.7 cm. unsigned; condition: perfect, SOLD

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Japanese gold lacquer 6 case inro 19th century, de
Japanese gold lacquer 6 case inro 19th century, de Ref: H887
Japanese gold lacquer 6 case inro 19th century, decorated in hiramakie, takamakie and kimpun with a figure of raft before a warerfall and a figure before thatched cottages in a mountinous landscape with blossoming trees and pine, the interior of nashiji, signed, and attached wood ojime and stag antler netsuke pierced and carved with entwined ruyi fungus 3.3/4 in. long SOLD

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Japanese lacquer box,
Japanese lacquer box, Ref: L855
Japanese lacquer box, SOLD

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Fine Japanese ivory aikuchi, Meiji period, the say
Fine Japanese ivory aikuchi, Meiji period, the say Ref: N945
Fine Japanese ivory aikuchi, Meiji period, the saya carved in relief with decorated with numerous revellers outdoors enjoying the hanami season including two people under a double parasol, with musicians divided by two cherry trees and the tsuka carved in relief with a monkey and an eagle, length 37.5cm. SOLD

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Extremely well carved Japanese Meiji ivory group o
Extremely well carved Japanese Meiji ivory group o Ref: P278
Extremely well carved Japanese Meiji ivory group of one fisherman being on the back on the other, the carried one crying out in pain as he reaches down to try and dislodge a crab which is biting his toe; signed: Koyousai Nobutika, Tokyo School, height: 4.3/4 in.; 12 cm. SOLD

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Superb Japanese rectangular Suzuribako with rounde
Superb Japanese rectangular Suzuribako with rounde Ref: Q812
Superb Japanese rectangular Suzuribako with rounded corners Edo period circa 1800, , the nashiji ground decorated in hiramaki-e, takamaki-e and hirame and inlaid with silver metal, the top with a waterfall cascading between rocks, the inner lid with two rocks of Futami-g-ura against a large full moon, fitted with a tray around the slate inkstone and with a silver 'peony' water dropper, small damage to one corner; Size: 25.5x23 cm. SOLD

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Carved ivory ojime bead, Meiji, signed Yukimasa, o
Carved ivory ojime bead, Meiji, signed Yukimasa, o Ref: N749
Carved ivory ojime bead, Meiji, signed Yukimasa, of a horse

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Carved ivory ojime bead; signed Tozan, Meiji, deco
Carved ivory ojime bead; signed Tozan, Meiji, deco Ref: N750
Carved ivory ojime bead; signed Tozan, Meiji, decorated with a dragon and a tiger

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Japanese carved ivory ojime bead, signed, Meiji, d
Japanese carved ivory ojime bead, signed, Meiji, d Ref: R427
Japanese carved ivory ojime bead, signed, Meiji, decorated with basket, bowl, and textiles

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Japanese ivory ojime bead, Meiji period, carved wi
Japanese ivory ojime bead, Meiji period, carved wi Ref: X227
Japanese ivory ojime bead, Meiji period, carved with two gods of good fortune, diameter: 3/4 in. 2cm.

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Japanese ivory ojime bead, Meiji period, carved wi
Japanese ivory ojime bead, Meiji period, carved wi Ref: X228
Japanese ivory ojime bead, Meiji period, carved with two gods of good fortune, signed, diameter: 3/4 in. 2cm.

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Japanese miniature lacquer kodansu, Meiji period,
Japanese miniature lacquer kodansu, Meiji period, Ref: J15
Japanese miniature lacquer kodansu, Meiji period, with asymmetrical areas of Somada decoration, silver coloured metal carrying handle and engraved hinges and lockplate to door enclosing three drawers decorated with black and gilt roundels containing sylised flowerheads on a mosaic of mother of pearl ground, internally with green brocade decorated drawers, length: 3 1/4in., 8.3cm; width 2 3/8in., 6cm.; condition: two doorhinges partly detached SOLD

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Japanese ivory shibayama elephant, Meiji (1868-191
Japanese ivory shibayama elephant, Meiji (1868-191 Ref: X306
Japanese ivory shibayama elephant, Meiji (1868-1912), standing four-square on an ivory base, with its trunk lowered, inlaid with mother of pearl, semi-precious stones, metal and possibly tortoiseshell, with elaborately decorated howdah surmounted by a saddle in the form of a large lotus flower, height: 3 3/4in. 9.5cm. SOLD

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Japanese bronze vase, Meiji (1868-1912),  inlaid i
Japanese bronze vase, Meiji (1868-1912), inlaid i Ref: Y371
Japanese bronze vase, Meiji (1868-1912), inlaid in gold and shakudo, decorated with grapevine and peony, from the Hattori workshop, height: 6 1/2in., 16.5cm. SOLD

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Over 1000 antique Ceramics Over 200 Years Old

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