Catalogue

Asian Works of Art

Monday, March 18, 2013 at 10am
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Lots 1 - 26 of 482 Lots1 - 26 | 27 - 48 | 49 - 74 | 75 - 99 | 100 - 124 | ...Next >
 
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Lot 1

Japanese Lacquer Three-Case Inro

Estimate: $3,000  - $5,000
Sold for $1,875 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 2

Japanese Boxwood Tobacco Pouch

Estimate: $800  - $1,200
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 3

Japanese Fruitwood Pouch

Estimate: $600  - $800
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 4

Japanese Lacquer Four-Case Inro

Estimate: $400  - $600
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 5

Japanese Lacquer Four-Case Inro

Estimate: $600  - $800
Sold for $563 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 6

Japanese Boxwood Manju Netsuke

Estimate: $600  - $800
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 7

Japanese Ivory Manju Netsuke

Estimate: $1,000  - $1,500
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Lot 8

Japanese Ivory Netsuke

Estimate: $600  - $800
Sold for $406 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 9

Two Japanese Oribe Vessels

Estimate: $1,000  - $1,500
Sold for $1,250 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 10

Japanese Bronze Deer

Estimate: $1,500  - $2,500
Sold for $4,375 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 11

Japanese School 19th Century Scenes around Japan: Twenty Ink and color on paper Image 10 x 12 3/4 inches Unframed

Estimate: $4,000  - $6,000
Sold for $3,125 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 12

Japanese Zushi

Estimate: $800  - $1,200
Sold for $2,000 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 13

Japanese School 19th Century Priests: Two

Estimate: $800  - $1,200
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 14

Pair of Japanese Six-Panel Screens

Estimate: $3,000  - $5,000
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 15

Japanese Guri Lacquer Two-Case Inro

Estimate: $1,000  - $1,500
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 17

Japanese Gilt and Lacquered Wood Figure of Buddha

Estimate: $1,200  - $1,500
Sold for $2,813 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 18

Japanese Silver Duck Group Plaque

Estimate: $1,000  - $1,500
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 19

Japanese Gilt-Bronze and Lacquer Zushi

Estimate: $600  - $800
Sold for $1,000 (Includes Buyer's Premium)

Lot Updated




 
 
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Lot 20

Group of Three Japanese Boxwood Carvings

Estimate: $1,500  - $2,500
Sold for $1,875 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 21

Japanese Satsuma Tea Service

Estimate: $1,500  - $2,500
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 22

Japanese Fukagawa Vase

Estimate: $1,000  - $1,500
Unsold




 
 
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Lot 23

Indian Red Sandstone Bust of a Deity

Estimate: $2,000  - $4,000
Sold for $2,000 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 24

Indian Sandstone Hindu Deity

Estimate: $3,000  - $5,000
Sold for $2,375 (Includes Buyer's Premium)

Lot Updated




 
 
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Lot 25

Indian School 19th Century Portraits

Estimate: $2,000  - $3,000
Sold for $1,375 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 
 
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Lot 26

Indian Bronze Flute Player

Estimate: $1,500  - $2,500
Sold for $1,750 (Includes Buyer's Premium)




 

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