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Art Nouveau Brass Jardiniere

Art Nouveau Brass Jardiniere

This turn of the century brass jardiniere is most probably Japanese (Meiji Era). This jardiniere is melon-shaped with Irises in relief.

KABUKI COSTUME Kabuki costume Japanese, Meiji era, late 19th or early 20th centuries DIMENSIONS:  Center back: 182.9 cm (72 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE:  Wool plain weave embroidered with metallic thread and appliqued with wool and cotton plain weave, plastic

Kabuki costume Japanese, Meiji era, late or early centuries DIMENSIONS: Center back: cm in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE: Wool plain weave embroidered with metallic thread and appliqued with wool and cotton plain weave, plastic

New Techniques for a Beautiful Moustache, Japanese postcard, 1908

magictransistor: “ New Techniques for a Beautiful Moustache (Shin’an bihatsu jutsu). Japanese, Late Meiji era, [Postcard - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston] ”

Two pairs of menuki in the form of swallows  Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century  By Gotô Ichijo, Japanese, 1791–1876  School Gotô School, Japanese, Main material: shakudo; other metals: gold, silver, copper and shibuichi; decorative technique: uchidashi, takabori, iroe hirazogan, MFA

Two pairs of menuki in the form of swallows Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid…

Tsuba with design of insects and pine tree.      Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century.

aleyma: “ Tsuba with design of insects and pine tree, made in Japan, mid-late century (source).

An inlaid silver okimono in the form of Daikoku seated atop a treasure sack  By Arakawa Ichiju, Tokyo, Meiji era (1868-1912), late 19th/early 20th century (2)

An inlaid silver okimono in the form of Daikoku seated atop a treasure sack By Arakawa Ichiju, Tokyo, Meiji era late century

A metal-inlaid gold-lacquer four-case inro By members of the Kajikawa and Yokoya families, Edo period (1615-1868) or Meiji era (1868-1912), mid-19th century

A metal-inlaid gold-lacquer four-case inro By members of the Kajikawa and Yokoya families, Edo period or Meiji era century

Tsuba with design of Son Gokû, the Monkey King

Tsuba with design of Songoku. Edo period–Meiji era mid to late century…

Two tsuba, an ojime and an inlaid iron box and cover Edo period (1615-1868) or Meiji era (1868-1912), 19th century (5)

Two tsuba, an ojime and an inlaid iron box and cover Edo period or Meiji era century

A cloisonné enamel vase By the Inaba workshop, Meiji era (late 19th century)

A cloisonné enamel vase By the Inaba workshop, Meiji era (late 19th century)

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