A Japanese lacquer and mixed metal overlaid tea caddy, Meiji period, the exterior decorated in gold lacquer with river landscape scenes applied in shakudo, gilt bronze and silver with figures of farmers in the fields including an oxen pulling a plough, the interior containing a pair of 'mack' decorated canisters with sliding lids, 24.5cm, repair to cover
A Lacquer Natsume [Tea Caddy] sold by Christie's, London
burl wood hibachi with copper liner
Teedose (natsume). 19. Jh., Auktion 1053 Asiatische Kunst, Lot 1369
Lot: Japanese Decorated Tansu Chest, Lot Number: 1458, Starting Bid: $250, Auctioneer: Kaminski Auctions, Auction: West Palm Beach Antique Auction, Date: February 19th, 2017 CET
Lot: A PAIR OF JAPANESE BRONZE VASES 19TH.C., Lot Number: 041008, Starting Bid: $450, Auctioneer: DuMouchelles, Auction: Fine & Decorative Arts, Furniture, Jewelry, Date: April 8th, 2017 CEST
HOLZDOSE IN MUSCHELFORM. Japan, 19. Jh. L 22,5 cm.
Cockatoo Figure Japan Meiji dated 1911 signed 'Toshihiko saku' (Nishimura Toshihiko) silvered bronze, shakudo, patinated in gilt height 61 cm