The sale will start after Asian Art II on 14th November 2018.
Highlights include two rare cloisonné dishes by Namikawa Yasuyuki dating from circa 1903. These are rare examples of his later work and they illustrate his interest in landscapes, a subject rarely depicted in Japanese cloisonné enamels.
There will be about 100 netsuke and a selection of good-quality inro and ojime, together with a rare pair of articulated menuki from the Hartman Collection.
Another highlight is a very rare and important Edo-period bronze incense burner signed Iseya Chobei, a name also found on a monumental and important figure of Amida Buddha at the Cernuschi Museum in Paris.
The sale also includes a Meiji Period clock shaped as Daikoku's mallet with a small rat climbing upon it which was once offered to Baron Wakatsuki Reijiro (1866-1949) to celebrate his appointment as Prime Minister in 1926, and a 124cm long articulated Myochin-School model of a snake signed Muneyoshi.
There are about 320 lots in the Japanese sale. Highlights will be on display at 17 Clifford St (2F), London W1S 3RQ between Saturday 3rd - Tuesday 6th November 2018.
Highlights will be on view at our Mayfair office and the full sale will be on view in Salisbury.
Viewing in London:
Saturday 3rd November 11.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday 4th November 11.00am - 4.00pm
Monday 5th November 11.00am - 7.00pm
Tuesday 6th November 11.00am - 4.00pm
Viewing in Salisbury:
Saturday 10th November 10.00am - 1.00pm
Monday 12th November 10.00am - 5.00pm
Tuesday 13th November 9.00am - 10.30am