A pair of Japanese silver bowls, early 20 th century, each decorated with a dragon in relief to the exterior, 6.4 x 12.7 cm. Provenance: Acquired from Schoeni Fine Oriental Art, Hong Kong, 30/9/95, Yesteryear, Hong Kong
Japanese silver 950 standard tea & coffee service comprising a teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl, cream jug & sugar tongs, set in a silk lined case. Tokyo, maker Kichigoro Uyeda. Condition excellent to good, almost as new. Height of tallest 23.5 cm. Weight 21
An early 20th century Japanese silver Kuhn & Komar oil bottle, the silver holder with dragon embossed in relief to the cylindrical base and narrow cylindrical top, hand-beaten ground and handle supports, plain cylindrical adjustable handle and screw-on
A Japanese Tanto, blade made by Taikei Naotane, 19th century, Kozuka made by Kanesada of Seki, minuki made of Shakudo with gold inlaid dragons with silver foiled habaki, gold dragon pattern inlaid to the Fuchi and Kashira, the tsuba with floral designs, la
A Japanese silver tea service, Konoike, circa 1900 comprising a tea pot, hot water pot on stand with burner, two cups and saucers, a lidded sugar bowl, a cream jug, a slop bowl and a tea strainer, all decorated with bamboo on a hand beaten ground, the teap
A Japanese silver geisha tea caddy spoon, Meiji period, 1865-1912, with Japanese junjin marks for 'Pure Silver' and character marks of Miyamoto, the well cast spoon in the form of a geisha in a floral engraved kimono, her open parasol serving as the bowl o
A Japanese.950 silver geisha tea caddy spoon, Showa period, after 1928, the well cast spoon in the form of a geisha in a chrysanthemum decorated kimono, her open parasol serving as the bowl of the spoon; marked sterling.950 underside to stem, silver weight
A Japanese.950 silver geisha sugar spoon, Showa period, after 1928, the finely cast and engraved slender spoon cast as a geisha, the terminal in the form of a shamisen, her open parasol, the bowl of the spoon; marked sterling.950 underside to stem, silver
A very fine Japanese silver sculpture of a small falcon, Meiji period (1868-1912), about to take flight from a lava 'rock-work platform', maker's seal under the tail feathers. Original hardwood stand. overall: 20 cm high; falcon: 7.3 cm high (1868-1912)
A Japanese sterling silver cocktail shaker. Mid 20th century, marked sterling and with Chinese character marks for 'Pure silver' as used by both Korea and Japan, and mark of Nambu, the baluster shaped shaker with an elegant 'C' form handle and detachable h
A pair of Japanese mixed metal vases, Meiji Period, late 19th century, each one inlaid with birds amongst prunus maple and flowering shrubs in shakudo, gilt, silver and copper seal mark to base, good original patina. 30.5 cm high. Provenance: An old Canber
A fine Japanese cloisonne vase, Meiji Period, 1868-1912 exceptionally well decorated with butterflies and flowers on a rare black ground the inside with a sky blue enamel the base with a silver plaque attached, reading 'Namakawa Yasayuki'. 19 cm high
A very large Japanese embroidered and appliqued wall hanging, Meiji Period, 1868-1912 decorated with extensive use of silver thread with a pair of peacocks amongst peony and rockwork. 204 cm high; 133 cm wide
A Georg Jensen sterling silver bowl, 1945 onwards, model 856 A, designed by Sigvard Bernadotte, the Bernadotte bowl with both Art Deco and Japanese influence, with scalloped edging and a radiating series of ribs and raised on a circular slightly spreading
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