15 août 2018

A Four-Case Inro, signed Kanshosai and kakihan, Edo Period, 19th century

Lot 109. A Four-Case Inro, signed Kanshosai and kakihan, Edo Period, 19th century; 7.7cm. high. Estimate GBP 2,000 - GBP 3,000. Price realised GBP 3,750. © Christie's Images Ltd 2011 Decorated in gold and carved red takamaki-e on a black ground with a parrot on a perch, the reverse with two pheasants in a pine tree. Provenance: Scott Meredith Collection Christie's. Japanese Art & Design Including Arts of The Samurai, London, South Kensington, 9 November 2011
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15 août 2018

A Four-Case Inro, signed Yasuyuki, Meiji Period; late 19th century

Lot 200. A Four-Case Inro, signed Yasuyuki, Meiji Period; late 19th century; 9.3cm. high. Estimate GBP 3,000 - GBP 4,000. Price realised GBP 4,250. © Christie's Images Ltd 2011 Inlaid in Shibayama style on a kinji ground with birds amongst blossoming cherry branches, nashiji interiors and risers. Christie's. Japanese Art & Design Including Arts of The Samurai, London, South Kensington, 9 November 2011
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15 août 2018

A Four-Case Inro, signed Soetsu and kakihan, Edo Period, 17th century

Lot 50. A Four-Case Inro, signed Soetsu and kakihan, Edo Period, 17th century; 6.2cm. high. Estimate GBP 3,000 - GBP 4,000. Price realised GBP 4,375. © Christie's Images Ltd 2011 Decorated in gold, silver and red hiramaki-e, takamaki-e and hirame and inlaid in pewter and mother-of-pearl on a black ground with a hat lying on the ground beside a farmers straw hut, the reverse with a sickle amongst cut grasses, nashiji interiors and risers. Christie's. Japanese Art & Design Including... [Lire la suite]
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08 août 2018

Four-case inro with design of ho-o and kirin, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century

Four-case inro with design of ho-o and kirin, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century. Carved boxwood; eyes inlaid in gilt metal and horn. Overall: 8.2 x 5.3 x 2.7 cm (3 1/4 x 2 1/16 x 1 1/16 in.). William Sturgis Bigelow Collection, 11.23752a. © 2018 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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14 mai 2014

A gold lacquer four-case inro. By Koma Kyuhaku after a design by Hanabusa Itcho, 19th century

A gold lacquer four-case inro. By Koma Kyuhaku after a design by Hanabusa Itcho, 19th century. Photo Bonhams. Of wide form, bearing a kinji ground and lacquered with a continuous design of the Wagojin, gods of conjugal harmony, smiling in conversation, in coloured togidashi maki-e, inscribed Hanabusa Itcho with seal, the interior of nashiji with kinji edges, signed Koma Kyuhaku. 7.9cm (3 1/8in) high. Estimate £2,000 - 3,000 (€2,400 - 3,700) Bonhams. FINE JAPANESE ART, London, New Bond Street, 15 May... [Lire la suite]
14 mai 2014

A large gold lacquer and metal-inlaid four-case inro. By Jitokusai Gyokuzan, 19th century

A large gold lacquer and metal-inlaid four-case inro. By Jitokusai Gyokuzan, 19th century. Photo Bonhams. Bearing a rich kinji ground, inlaid with the Shichifukujin (Seven Gods of Good Fortune) in shakudo with copper and gilt details, walking and conversing among trees by a stream in a rocky landscape with pavilions and mountains in the distance, in gold takamaki-e with details of e-nashiji and kirikane, the interior of nashiji, signed Jitokusai Gyokuzan with kao; with ivory netsuke of Jurojin with a boy attendant. 11.7cm (4... [Lire la suite]

14 mai 2014

A black lacquer four-case inro. By a member of the Kajikawa family, 19th century

A black lacquer four-case inro. By a member of the Kajikawa family, 19th century. Photo Bonhams. Decorated in gold, silver and iro-e takamaki-e with a teamaster on his hands and knees, visible from the partially-open sliding door of a snow-covered rustic tea hut, greeting his guest, shown on the reverse, as he walks along the narrow garden path paved with imperfect stones, his body humbly lowered in preparation for the experience of tea, a stone basin for ritual cleansing and ladle in the left foreground, the interior of... [Lire la suite]
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14 mai 2014

A black lacquer four-case inro. By a member of the Kajikawa family, 19th century

A black lacquer four-case inro. By a member of the Kajikawa family, 19th century. Photo Bonhams. The rich roiro ground embellished with kirikane and lacquered with cock and hen pheasants among wild plants, in gold and coloured takamaki-e with hirame highlights, the interior of nashiji, signed Kajikawa saku with red pot seal Ei; with carnelian ojime and modern wood manju netsuke. 8.9cm (3½in) high. Estimate £2,500 - 3,000 (€3,100 - 3,700) Bonhams. FINE JAPANESE ART, London, New Bond Street, 15 May... [Lire la suite]
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14 mai 2014

A gold lacquer four-case inro. By Moei (Shigehide), early 19th century

  A gold lacquer four-case inro. By Moei (Shigehide), early 19th century. Photo Bonhams. Decorated in gold and slight-coloured takamaki-e with two hunters, one holding a rifle as he waits for his sake being poured by his companion, resting beneath the snow-covered branches of a pine tree on one side and a large boar on the reverse, with discreet details of aogai and togidashi maki-e, the interior of rich nashiji, signed Moei with seal Tomi. 8.3cm (3¼in) high. Estimate £3,000 - 4,000 (€3,700 - 4,900) Notes: Published:... [Lire la suite]
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14 mai 2014

A black lacquer four-case inro. The inro by Kajikawa Bunryusai, with a wood netsuke by Arima Tomonobu, both 19th century

A black lacquer four-case inro. The inro by Kajikawa Bunryusai, with a wood netsuke by Arima Tomonobu, both 19th century. Photo Bonhams. The roiro ground decorated in gold, kirikane, togidashi maki-e and iro-e takamaki-e with the Bodhisattva Jizo holding a shakujo (Buddhist staff) and wearing a large lotus leaf on his head fording the Sanzukawa (River of Three Crossings), accompanied by Emma-O, God of Hell, holding a bamboo rod, a willow tree on the shore, the trailing branches of willow continuing on the reverse, the... [Lire la suite]