Japanese Vases & Vessels
DTLA Collections & EstatesLos Angeles, CA, US
Andrew Jones Auctions6 hrs Left
A pair of Japanese patinated bronze vasesheight 14 1/4in (36cm); width 14 1/2in (37cm); depth 12 3/4in (32.5cm) Provenance:Property from a Private Collection, Los Angeles, California.
decorated with underglaze blue writhing dragon with extendedÿtongue and carp amongst waves, 26 in.; wood standÿProvenance: Estate of the Late Janet N. and Clar
A grouping of two pieces of Japanese studio porcelain to include a small vase decorated with cranes attributed to Kanzan Denshiki, together with a small censer with carved and pierced wooden lid attri
Unknown Artist for Weller Pottery Co.Japanese Birdimal earthenware vase with six ducks marching in a rowZanesville, Ohio, circa 1905high glazed ceramicimpressed factory marks and incised artist's init
Akihiro Nikaido (Japanese, b. 1977) modern studio pottery ceramic vase of traditional form with abstract floral motif, maker's mark to underside. 10.5" H x 11.5" diameter. Provenance: Cavin-Morris Gal
SpectrumSunrise, FL, US
Hill Auction GalleryJun 30
Japanese Meji period bronze vase. Featuring a finely detailed high relief dragon chasing the burning pearl of knowledge motif. Ornate waves in a rough sea swirls of billowing clouds in the sky. Bottom
Vase, Japanese Coralene Porcelain, 5” x 4.25", Orange Background With Blue Blossom Decor, Hairline at Rim, John Lolley Estate. Mr. Lolley Regularly Marked Items In His Collection With A Museum Quali
A Japanese square, bronze planter with sides decorated in relief with a dragon, turtle, phoenix, and lion, raised on mask-form feet and signed on base. 10in tall x 13-1/4in wide x 13-1/4in deep.
A 19th Century Japanese vase with underglaze blue and white decoration. Signed on underside. 10in tall x approx. 8-1/2in diameter.
A collection of nine blue and white porcelain Japanese Meiji-period tiles decorated with cranes and sparrows. Marked on the sides. Each tile: 3in x 3in.
June Online Antique & Art AuctionTavares, FL, US
Antique Chinese / Japanese Sterling Silver Censer? 19 C. Measure Approx. 5.5" Across. From A Pennsylvania Estate. This Appears To Be Some Form Of Incense Burner, 309 Total Grams.
Unknown Artist for Weller Pottery Co.Japanese Birdimal earthenware vase with nicely detailed geishaZanesville, Ohio, circa 1905high glazed ceramicimpressed factory marks and artist's initials (CMM) pa
Akihiro Nikaido (Japanese, b. 1977) modern studio pottery ceramic vase of traditional form, maker's mark to underside. 15.5" H x 6.5" diameter. Provenance: Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York City.
A collection of four pieces of Japanese porcelain to include a fan decorated cylindrical vase; a blue and white decorated bottle; a blue and white vase with landscape and calligraphy decoration; and a
Two Japanese Fukagawa porcelain vases with foliate design and Mount Fuji marks. Taller: 9-1/2in tall.
2 - Japanese Samurai-Figure Satsuma Vases in colors with gold highlights, the handles to the neck with loose Rings, wide garlic shaped mouth and a calligraphy inscription at narrowed band above flared
Japanese Silver Mt Fuji & Cherry Blossoms Incised Vase, the base with a hallmark. Total weight 760 grams. Height 9 3/4 inches (24.8 cm.).
probably Meiji period, each with alternating banners of phoenix and dragons, floral borders gold stone highlights, on a red brown enamel ground, cobalt enameled interior and base, 6 in.Provenance: Pri
Vase With Japanese Pottery Mark, 7.5” x 5", Cream And Green Tones With Embossed Scene Of People Holding Hands, John Lolley Estate. Mr. Lolley Regularly Marked Items In His Collection With A Museum Q
News about Japanese Vases & Vessels
Doyle hosts exceptional single-owner porcelain collection June 24
NEW YORK – Doyle has announced the upcoming sale of important European and Asian porcelains from the Sarah Belk Gambrell Collection. This exceptional collection was assembled during the course of many decades by Belk department store heiress and passionate philanthropist Sarah Belk Gambrell. Mrs. Gambrell, who died last year at the age of 102, was a […]
New England Quilt Museum hosts Quilts Japan: The 15th Quilt Nihon
LOWELL, Mass. – As one of only three museums in the U.S. to host this much-anticipated exhibition, the New England Quilt Museum (NEQM) is thrilled to announce the return of the exhibit Quilts Japan: The 15th Quilt Nihon, which opened May 25 and continues through September 11.
Native American & Western art found favor at May 25 Moran auction
MONROVIA, Calif. – On May 25, the spirit of the wild west flowed through the 10,000-square-foot showroom at John Moran Auctioneers during its Art of the American West sale. Cowboys and American Indians played nicely through paintings and bronze sculptures, but there was a showdown of epic proportions between bidders participating on every platform available. Beautiful […]