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Fine Asian Art

Revere Auctions Live Webcast Auction 26 Apr 2019 15:00 CT (21:00 BST)

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St. Paul, Minnesota

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  • 550 Vandalia St.
  • Suite 304
  • St. Paul
  • Minnesota
  • 55114
  • United States

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Japanese Meiji period bronze censer in double gourd shaped form, decorated with the applied figure of a rider. The top of the gourd lifts off. Pro...

A very finely cast Japanese hand warmer or censer for burning incense. Excellent relief decoration of melon vines and leaves. Late Edo or early M...

A striking Japanese Meiji era mixed metal censer decorated with applied silver and copper. Signed on bottom Kotaro (Kotarou) Saku Tsukuta. Dimensi...

An excellent Japanese Meiji bronze container with lovely deep red patina. In an oval form. Surfaces bear incised dragon and phoenix motifs. Likely...

A lovely well made iron teapot decorated with applied flowers. Inlay in handle. Dimensions: Height (including handle): 9 in x width: 7 in x depth...

Japanese tetsubin iron kettle with an iron lid attributed to Ryubundo. Both sides have designs in high relief--one of flowers and the other of a t...

A Japanese bronze sculpture of a laughing immortal. Likely a piece of a larger sculpture. Dimensions: Height: 5 in x width: 6 1/4 in x depth: 5 1...

Japanese Meiji period cast bronze figural group of two tigers attacking a rhino. The animals are done with incredible detail. The bronze is signed...

A 20th century Japanese bronze sculpture figural group of an Oni dancing atop the head of a dragon or serpent. The bronze is features strong detai...

A very fine and large Japanese bronze okimono of a Geisha playing the shamisen. The bronze bears an incised inscription on the base. Provenance: C...

A charming Japanese Meiji period cloisonne vase. Well decorated and of good proportions. Dimensions: Height: 5 1/2 in x diameter: 5 1/2 in.Conditi...

An attractive Japanese Meiji period cloisonne vase with an excellent pattern across its body. Dimensions: Height: 12 1/2 in x diameter: 5 in.Cond...

Japanese Meiji period mirrored pair of cloisonne vases with brown and gold motifs over a black background. In the style of Ando Jubei and Ota Jinn...

An exquisite example of Meiji Japanese cloisonne exhibiting floral designs on a black background. The work reflects the styles of workshops and ar...

Pair of 20th century Chinese covered cloisonne bowls with handles in the form of dragons.Provenance: William & Robert Arnett Antiquities & Objects...

A striking and very large piece of cloisonne, this tall Japanese Meiji period vase exhibits a striking design of flowers and delicate border work....

Pair of 20th century Japanese cloisonne vases with foo dog designs and wooden stands. Dimensions: Height: 13 1/4 in x width: 9 in x depth: 3 1/2 ...

A striking pair of early 20th century Chinese cloisonne vases, decorated in a profusion of tendrils and plants. Dimensions: Height: 9 1/2 in x di...

A striking Japanese Meiji period cloisonne censer with detailed panels and reserves of dragons. In the manner of workshops and artists such as And...

A striking piece of Meiji Japanese craftsmanship, this cloisonne covered jar is attributed to the Ando Jubei workshop. Dimensions: Height: 4 in x ...

A very large Japanese Meiji period cloisonne charger with well executed enamel. Mounted in a lovely hardwood frame. Includes hanging features on t...

A lovely Japanese cloisonne box with excellent details. Dimensions: Height: 2 1/4 in x width: 4 in x depth: 3 1/4 in.Condition: Good condition.SK...

A lovely lot of unsigned but well made Japanese Meiji period cloisonne tripod containers. Many seem to be from the same maker or workshop. Wooden ...

Group of four Meiji period Japanese cloisonne pieces. Works are in the style of the workshops of Namikawa Yasuyuki and Ando Jubei. Includes one d...

Group of nine Japanese Meiji period cloisonne objects, including four covered vases, one vase, one teapot, one box, and one bowl. Condition: Pleas...

Stunning pair of Japanese cloisonne vases by Hattori Tadasaburo (d. 1939). Gray background with raised carp decoration (Moriage). Stamped mark in ...

Japanese Edo iron tsuba with gold inlay. Features birds and reeds in low relief on both sides. Dimensions: Height: 2 1/2 in x width: 2 in. Conditi...

Early 18th c. (Edo Period) Japanese iron tsuba with silver inlay dragon. Classic example of tsuba in the Higo School. Dimensions: Height: 3 in x w...

Mid 19th c. (Edo Period) Japanese bronze tsuba with gold and silver inlay. Features a plant design with gold inlay and a silver moon. Possibly Nar...

Japanese iron tsuba with gold accents. Depicts a village and birds on both sides. Dimensions: Height: 2 3/4 in x width: 2 3/4 in. Condition: Pleas...

Mid 19th c. (Edo Period) Japanese shakudo-plated tsuba with gold dragon in low relief along edges. Katana size, made in Mino Goto School. Dimens...

Early 18th c. (Edo Period) Japanese iron tsuba. Features reticulated pattern throughout. Kyo-Sukashi School. Dimensions: Height: 3 1/4 in x width:...

Late 19th c. (Meiji Period) Japanese copper alloy tsuba featuring gold, silver, and shakudo inlays. Depicts a man on a carp surrounded by waves. ...

Early 18th c. (Edo Period) Japanese iron tsuba with gold inlay. Features a reticulated a grain and grass pattern and the signature of Masatsuna on...

Mid 18th c. (Edo Period) Japanese iron tsuba. Features bronze shishi dog in high relief and copper details. Moko shape, Shoami school. Dimensions:...

A 20th century Japanese sword who scabbard is lacquered and painted to resemble bamboo. The catch enameled to look like a lady bug. Unsigned hilt....

A fine Japanese Meiji period sword cane made to look like an old wizened stick. Blade can be removed from handle by removing bamboo pin. Dimensio...

1940s Japanese sword with bronze tsuba. Dimensions: Tip of blade to top of habaki: 22 9/16 in. Total length from tip to hilt: 28 5/8 in.Condition...

Japanese wakizashi sword signed Naminohira Yukiyasu (波平行安). The saya (scabbard) of rayskin, the tsuka (hilt) covered in rayskin with stand...

One Japanese sword or katana for a samurai. The saya (scabbard) of lacquered wood wrapped in leather, the tsuka (hilt) covered in rayskin with sta...

A handsome modern Japanese sword or katana with an etched mark of a hawk or eagle on the blade. Circa 1960s. Dimensions: Tip of scabbard to tip of...

A striking and high quality Japanese Meiji period satsuma bowl with a very unusual turquoise ground. Signed Ryokuzan. Provenance: Collection of Ro...

Large Japanese Meiji period satsuma vase, well decorated and marked on base with 6 characters in over glaze red. Dimensions: Height: 22 3/4 in x ...

A large Japanese Meiji period satsuma vase of fine quality and size depicting wisteria on one side and a mother and two children admiring at paint...

A striking pair of Japanese Meiji period satsuma vases depicting a dragon flying around a scene full of people. Each marked with an iron red carto...

A stunning satsuma vase by the very famous Kinkozan workshop. One side depicts a lovely rural landscape and other other a pond with ducks and flow...

Japanese Meiji period satsuma bowl with a scene of immortals with a dragon. Signed Gyokoshu on the underside. Dimensions: Height: 2 3/4 in x diame...

A large group of Japanese Meiji period satsuma objects including a particularly well decorated bowl with heavy gold. All with makers marks on the...

Koransha Japanese porcelain vase with a blue and white foliate motif. Marked on the underside. A wonderful piece of Japanese pottery, particularly...

Large Japanese porcelain vessel by Kozan with an assymetrical curling lip and mottled glaze. Marked on the underside. Kozan sticker adhered direct...

Japanese Edo/Meiji lacquer Jikumono-bako (scroll box) with floral and foliate motifs. Mon identified as the AndÅ clan of the Iwakitaira Domain. In...

Japanese late Edo or early Meiji lacquered box with 6 smaller interior containers and removable tray. Interior lids and exterior surface designs d...

A lovely Japanese Edo period cypress container with copper lining old patina and a fantastic bamboo vase, which can be easily lifted out. A very r...

Japanese lacquered stool, inlaid with mother-of-pearl. Dimensions: Height: 13 in x length: 18 1/2 in x width: 9 1/4 in.Condition: Good condition,...

An excellent and rare Japanese Edo period okimono of a reclining scholar carved from cypress. Excellent carving of an early and rather rare object...

Very fine Japanese burl wood jita, beautifully carved to support a bonsai. Dimensions: Height: 13 1/2 in x width: 19 in x depth: 1 in. Condition...

Lovely Japanese ink painting mounted a floor screen depicting the coast and a small boat under the mountains. 20th century. Dimensions: Screen (t...

A striking Japanese screen, Meiji period or later, depicting a pair of hunting hawks. Seal marked Rinkyo.Provenance: Yamato Imports, Minneapolis, ...

A 19th c. Japanese ink painting on paper of a hermit. Paper sprayed down to board. Condition: Please contact us for a detailed condition report. P...

Late Edo Japanese painting depicting a fan dance. Verso also has a Leo and Doris Hodroff Collection tag, #1225. Dimensions: Sheet; height: 17 3/4...

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