Seven antique Japanese watercolors on rice paper depicting various domestic tradespeople (fishing, sailing, food vending, etc.), custom matted and framed. Japan, circa 1860. Dimension; 17.75" W x 14.75" H.
Antique Japanese Imari porcelain umbrella and/or cane stand. Meiji period. Very unusual with raised white dragon. Classic Imari decoration incorporating cranes, bats and blossoms. Measures 24 inches tall and 10 inches across. Excellent condition.
Japanese late 19th century Meiji period (1868--1912) mariage style hand-painted 4-panel paper screen with raised royal chrysanthemums on a gold leaf ground with silk brocade edging; mounted in lacquered frame. Excellent condition, minor restorations to gold leaf and backing. Dimensions: 25" W x 57.75" H (each panel). Overall: 100" W x 57.75" H.
Japonaiserie hand made arm chair c1900 in original condition. Measures 54 inches high to the back, 18.5 inches high to the seat, 20.25 inches high to the arms, 23 inches wide at the arms and 20 inches deep. Soft black finish with muted gold tracery. Japonaiserie was the term the Dutch post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh used to express the influence of Japanese art. Before 1854 trade with Japan was confined to a Dutch monopoly and Japanese goods imported into Europe were for the most part confined to porcelain and lacquer ware.
Mid Century Modern Japanese Shoji floor lamp, c1970. Classic framework with temple gate crest. All original. Measures 52 inches high by 14.5 inches square. Excellent clean working condition with dimmer switch. Purchased in a San Francisco gallery in 1979.