Set of ten (10) branding irons, Japanese, Character reads "Fuku" , happiness. Most probably used in stamping wood pieces .
Pair of Japanese Fireman's tools. Wooden handle with iron points. In the olden days, Japan was plagued with fires and Fireman were well prepared and well equipped with appropriate tools. ...
Hammered sterling silver brush, has inscribed letter "B" and marked Asahi 938. Its part of a 3 piece vanity set, being sold individually or can be purchased as a set. ...
Antique iron oil lamp with three legs and hook supporting a leaf shaped vessel with heart shaped holder. Simple, elegant and functional. The aged patina tells all, much used and appreciated. In...
Art Deco style, lacquer with sterling silver detachable bowl with top. Subtle painting on the sides and shelf, one drawer in each side with inside painting. Miniscule lacquer losses on...
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Sitting Amida Buddha with beads necklace, hands clasped on his lap invokes a calm and soothing demeanor, made of metal, probably iron, Japanese, mid-century, c.1950-60 : 9x7x10.75 in
Japanese Sterling Silver Salt & Pepper shakers in the shape of sailboats. Circa 1960. Measures 3" x 1/2".
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Japanese sterling silver salt and pepper shakers in the shape of buckets. Circa 1960. 3" by 1/2"
Japanese sterling silver salt & pepper shakers, in the shape of sandals. Circa 1960 : 3x1/2 in.
Antique Buddhist votive oil lamp stand. Wrought iron holder in the shape of the Chintamani wish-fulfilling gem with five oil dish holders (two on either side and one at top)....
This unusual and versatile Usubata has two parts, a bronze top and a wooden base. The flared top and handsome sturdy round base is very appealing. Another use of this...
Water Dropper, Sueteki, Brass with a silver overlay, Geometric shape nestled in its own tray. Unique and unusual, Japanese, Late Meiji-early Taisho.
Two piece Sueteki, water dropper, made of brass with a silver overlay, floral design on the cover, nestled in its own tray. Unique and unusual. Japanese, late Meiji-early Taisho.