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Thursday, June 11, 2009


We dug deep into the Stephen E. Earls treasure trove to find these special one of a kind items. It was very hard to come to terms to make these wonderful and rare items available but they are way too precious to keep hidden away in our vault.

  • We have gone as far as to tear off the pair of Old Doors to our vault. These 21" wide by 79.75" high Chinese doors are wonderfully outfitted with rusted iron fittings. (1130/10)

Here we have a fantastic collection of table top accessories. From left to right starting from the back we have a...

  • "Sudari" green drip glaze jar, 17" tall and highly refined earthenware from the Shigaraki area of Japan and mid-nineteenth century. (492.5/10)
  • Antique Giant Wooden Grist-Wheel from Thailand. (605/10)
  • "Tokkuri" a tall sake decanter, 14" tall with celadon drip glaze. This Japanese earthenware piece is typical of Ryomonji Kagoshima Prefecture. (380/10)
  • Old Japanese Sake Jug with pouring lip in a green drip glaze. (117.5/10)
  • Antique Earthenware Teapot with lid and iron handle again in a celadon drip glaze. This late nineteenth century Japanese teapot is from the kilns of Kagoshima Prefecture. (230/10)
  • Japanese Wooden Hibachi with extraordinary Patina Copper insert, approximately 19" wide by 16.5" deep and 8.5" high. (SOLD)
  • Our most precious treasure, a pair of hand carved puppets. Male and female partners are done up with gold leaf, in costumes that are beaded and jeweled. Superbly displayed in contemporary plexi-glass cases each 18" wide by 18" deep and 31.5" high. (4505/10)
Details of the puppets.

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