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Japanese Metalwork

Without doubt, the exceptional metalwork produced by Japanese master craftsmen during the Meiji period is my absolute passion. I find the gorgeous

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Japanese Ceramics

Highly skilled Japanese artisans have been producing exquisite Ceramics using a variety of techniques and in widely differing styles for many

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Japanese Okimono

Okimono can be loosely translated as “object for display” or “standing object” but is more easily understood if described as a

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Japanese Enamels

It would be difficult to argue the facts that Japanese cloisonné of the late 19th and early 20th centuries was certainly the last, if not the

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Japanese Lacquer

Let me at the outset say that in the opinion of many Japanese collectors, fine quality lacquer is currently the most undervalued, under-rated and

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Japanese Netsuke

Netsuke, the highly collected miniature carvings from 17th, 18th and 19th Century Japan were originally and primarily very simple functional

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Japanese Shibayama

A simple definition of the Japanese art form generically known as “Shibayama” is “the inlay of a design into an ivory, wood or lacquer base

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