Porcelains

Kutani Tray

Kutani Tray

Stunning. Magnificent. Show stopper. WOW! These words do not do this piece justice at all. This Kutani tray is one of the finest pieces we have ever seen and the finest we have had the honor to offer to the public. Overall, it is almost a perfect square at 14 1/2″. The bright color and clarity are rare for Kutani.

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Early 19th Century Imari Vase

Early 19th Century Imari Vase

A rare, early 19th century Imari vase from Japan. Look closely at this piece and compare it to the later 19th century pieces. Notice the color and artistry difference.

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5 Piece Imari Garniture Set

5 Piece Imari Garniture Set

An incredibly rare, 5 piece garniture set in Imari. While the 5 piece set was more commonly made in China, this set originates in Japan. Second, it is very rare to find a 5 piece set still together. (This is the only set we have ever owned!) The lidded jars are 12 1/2″ tall and 6 3/8″ in diameter. The smaller vases are 7 7/8″ tall and 4 3/8″ in diameter.  

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Chinese Helmet Pitcher

Chinese Helmet Pitcher

A nice helmet pitcher from the 18th century. Overall, in excellent condition with no damage or repairs. (more…)

Art Nouveau Vases

Art Nouveau Vases

A beautiful pair of cylinder, Art Nouveau vases. This blue and white vases are quite nice. Each one has gold highlights. Both are marked on the bottom. (more…)

Pair of Porcelain Wall Sconces

Pair of Porcelain Wall Sconces

Each piece is signed by the painter, “E. Duorocy “

A beautiful pair of matched, porcelain wall sconces. Each of the 2 arms for holding candles are made out of brass and are gold washed. The swags on the tops really accent the candelabras. (more…)

Rare Canton Tea Caddy

Rare Canton Tea Caddy

An extraordinarily rare Canton Tea Caddy with its original lid. This caddy is six sided. The art work flows into one scene with a definable beginning and end. (more…)

Oval Imari Platter

Oval Imari Platter

A rare, oval Imari platter that is ribbed and scalloped.  It is 13 1/2″ long and 10 7/8″ deep.  In excellent condition, this piece’s shape is what caught our eye.  Japanese.  Circa 1885.

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