Bonhams operates an aggregate bidding limit of £25,000. For more information please contact the auction house. Bid online & pay the same as the room.
Auction closed
London
Live webcast

Auction dates


  • (Lots: 230)

Auction details

Currency: GBP
Variable buyer's premium rates apply:
Online commission inc. VAT/sales tax: 0.00%

Venue address

101 New Bond Street, London, W1S 1SR, United Kingdom

Auction house

Refine your search

Estimate

Filter by Price Range

Category

Creator / Brand

You’re currently pending approval by the auctioneer. In the meantime you can continue to place bids from the lot page which will be accepted once you’re approved.
There are 230 item(s) within this sale
  • List
  • Grid
  • Lots per page
  • 60
  • 120
  • 240
Page of 4

Results for live webcast and timed auctions may not have been verified by the auctioneer. If you are in any doubt of the accuracy of the prices provided, please call the auction house to confirm.

Two large iron tsuba Jakushi school, Tosho type, 17th to 18th century The first of circular form, carved with a lake scene with mountains in the d...

Three iron tsuba Nara and Yamashiro Schools, 17th to 18th century The first carved and inlaid with a boy on an ox by a stream, signed Nara Toshih...

A shakudo tsuba Nara School, 18th century Of circular form, carved on the face with two disporting shishi (Chinese mythological lion dogs) in ...

An iron tsuba Nanban school, 18th century Of oval form, carved in low relief with two dragons disputing a flaming pearl, the reverse similarly car...

Two lacquered iron tsuba Shoami and Mito Schools, 17th century The first pierced within the hammered ground and later gilded and lacquered with lo...

A large shakudo tsuba By Somin, Yokoya School, late 18th century Of circular form, engraved in fine katakiribori (engraving with an angled chise...

Three tsuba 18th/19th century The first of iron, of oval form, inlaid with the peak of Mount Fuji in gold and silver nunome , inscribed Tsuki Mi...

A shibuichi tsuba Ichinomiya School, late 18th/early 19th century Inlaid in iro-e takazogan with Ono no Komachi, the reverse with a thatched hut...

A shibuichi tsuba By Shigenori, late 18th/early 19th century Of oval form, carved in low relief with Daikoku standing on rice bales before his lar...

An inlaid shibuichi small tsuba By Nara Shigemitsu, Nara School, 19th century Of oval form, inlaid with a bird perched on a flowering prunus tree,...

A shibuichi tsuba Ichinomiya School, 19th century Of oval form, carved in sunken relief with the Kokei Sansho (Three Laughers of Tiger Gorge) st...

A brass tsuba Nara School, 19th century Of rounded rectangular form, carved in shishiaibori (sunken relief carving) and inlaid with a mounted ar...

A shibuichi tsuba Nara School, probably 19th century Of oval form, bearing an ishime ground, carved and inlaid with Chok'aro, standing on one le...

A dark shibuichi tsuba Iwamoto School, 19th century Of almost circular form, inlaid with two resting oxen beneath an overhanging willow branch, i...

An iron tsuba By Tomokiyo, Choshu school, early 19th century Of rounded rectangular form, carved in low relief with two fishermen in an open boat ...

A small copper tsuba with enamel inlay By Tou, Nara School, 19th century Of rounded rectangular form, the ishime ground inlaid with fireflies e...

A shakudo kozuka Goto School, 17th century Bearing a nanako ground, inlaid in two shades of gold takazogan with a pine tree before the full mo...

Two shakudo nanako kozuka Murakami school and Goto style, 18th century The first inlaid with three swimming fish and aquatic plants, with slight g...

Three iron kozuka Kaga style, Soten school, unknown school, 18th to 19th century The first inlaid with a dance-stage curtain, unsigned ; the seco...

A rare lacquered-metal kozuka By Yamada Jokasai, after Kano Tan'yu, late 18th/early 19th century The black ishime ground lacquered with four pr...

A dark shibuichi kozuka Yanagawa School, 19th century The nanako ground inlaid in gold, silver and shakudo takazogan with oshidori (Mandarin...

A shibuichi kozuka By Okawa Teikan (1828-1898), 19th century Carved in low relief with a vertical design of the Shichifukujin ('Seven Gods of Good...

A shakudo kozuka By Jochiku, Murakami School, 19th century The ishime ground inlaid with a cat curled up asleep while two butterflies flit overh...

A lacquered-metal kogai (skewer) By Yamada Jokasai, 19th century The shibuichi-nuri (simulated shibuichi ) ground lacquered with a biwa (lute...

An ebony tsuka (sword hilt) and an ebony kozuka The tsuka by Kanenori, the kozuka by Toryusai Kozan, 19th century The tsuka carved in relief on ...

A shin-shinto tanto blade mounted as an aikuchi (Dagger with flush-fitting hilt and scabbard) 19th century The blade with broad sugu-ha and indi...

An early lacquer four-case inro 16th/17th century Bearing a rubbed nashiji ground and lacquered with six courtiers and an attendant seated aroun...

An early black-lacquer small three-case inro 17th century The wide body with a roiro ground, lacquered with a troop of nine macaque monkeys play...

An unusual lacquered-wood four-case inro 17th century The tall vertical oval rectangular body carved with a continuous design of two spirited drag...

A black-lacquer large three-case inro By Genrin, 18th century The wide body with a black lacquer ground embellished with scattered gold lacquer an...

A lacquer four-case inro 18th century The roiro ground with karakusa ('Chinese grasses') in silver nashiji , applied on either side with a pa...

A black-lacquer four-case inro By Kahei, 18th century The vertical rectangular body with a roiro ground, lacquered with chrysanthemums and bush-...

A black-lacquer four-case inro By Kahei, 18th century The vertical rectangular body with a roiro ground, lacquered with Kyoyu washing his ears b...

A lacquer four-case inro After a painting by Hanabusa Itcho (1652-1724), 18th century The unusual wakasa-nuri ground of greenish tint, lacquered...

A black-lacquer small four-case inro By a member of the Kajikawa Family, 18th century The roiro ground shading to usu-nashiji and lacquered wi...

A rare lacquered-rattan wide two-case inro 18th century The base covered with knitted string or yarn which also forms the cord runners, lacquered ...

A black-lacquer four-case inro By Koami Choin/Choshu, 18th century The roiro ground with bands of muranashiji , lacquered with New Year symbols...

A gold-and-black-lacquer four-case inro By a member of the Koami Family, 18th century The vertical rectangular body with a roiro ground shading ...

A black-lacquer four-case inro By Koma (Kimura) Koryu, late 18th century The vertical rectangular body with an usunashiji ground lacquered with ...

A gold-lacquer small three-case inro Style of Ogata Korin, 18th century Bearing a fundame ground, one side depicting Jurojin, inlaid in pewter a...

A red-and-black lacquer four-case inro 18th century The vertical rectangular body with a ground of mottled red over black lacquer, lacquered with ...

An inlaid black-lacquer two-case inro By Mizutani Shutoho, 18th century The wide body with a roiro ground lacquered and inlaid with a bird in a ...

A red-lacquer four-case inro 18th century The vertical rectangular body with a bright vermilion ground lacquered with the Chikurin no Shikken ('Se...

A gold-lacquer four-case inro By Miyama, 18th century The vertical rectangular body with a subdued nashiji ground, lacquered with a temple serva...

A black-lacquer four-case inro 18th century The vertical rectangular body with a rich roiro ground, lacquered on one side with two small boys fi...

A black-lacquer three-case inro By Shiomi Masakage (1681-1764), 18th century The wide rectangular body with a rich roiro ground, lacquered and i...

An unusual metal-inlaid wood single-case inro The inlay attributed to Tsuchiya Yasuchika, Edo, probably 18th century Delicately engraved in kebor...

A brass small three-case inro 18th century The ishime ground cast in relief with a sage tending to a bowl of flowers, beside an overhanging pine...

A black-lacquer four-case inro By Yamada Jokasai, 18th century The roiro ground lacquered with Shoki, the demon-queller riding a shishi (Chine...

A black-lacquer five-case inro By Yamada Jokasai, 18th/19th century The vertical rectangular body with a rich roiro ground lacquered and inlaid ...

A gold-lacquer four-case inro After Ogata Korin, 18th/19th century The matt gold lacquer ground lacquered with workmen towing a boat through reeds...

A black-lacquer four-case inro By Hideteru, 18th/19th century The mura-nashiji ground lacquered with a ho-o bird on a flowering kiri tree, t...

A black-lacquer four-case inro By Okuda Yoshitsura, after Yuga and Kahei, 18th/19th century The vertical rectangular body with a roiro ground em...

A rare pottery three-case inro Attributed to Mochizuki Hanzan, 18th/19th century The cream-glazed pottery moulded on one side with a prancing shi...

A black-lacquer small four-case inro By Shigetsugu and Hamano Masayuki (Shozui), 18th/19th century The rich roiro ground, lacquered and inlaid w...

A gold-lacquer octagonal five-case inro By Tatsuke Takanori, 18th/19th century The kinji ground with mura-nashiji , lacquered with a continuous...

A gold-lacquer five-case inro By Tatsuke Takanori, 18th/19th century The vertical rectangular body with a nashiji ground, lacquered with ducks f...

A black-lacquer five-case inro By Kanshosai Toju(sai) (fl. circa 1800), late 18th/early 19th century The rich roiro ground lacquered and inlaid ...

A gold-lacquer four-case inro By Kanshosai Toyo (fl. circa 1779), late 18th/early 19th century The wide body bearing a nashiji ground, lacquered...

A lacquer small single-case inro By Tatsuke Takamitsu, early 19th century The shibuichi-nuri (simulated shibuichi ) ground lacquered with kiku...

Loading...Loading...
  • Lots per page
  • 60
  • 120
  • 240
Page of 4

Recently Viewed Lots