Asian and Occidental Collectibles
Asian Pacific Collection offers a selection of vintage Kokeshi in traditional and Ainu Ningyo styles and traditional Japanese Kamakura Bori platters. Inquire for a listing of our stock. We also offer Chinese, Japanese, and Korean vintage collectibles, and one of a kind pieces from respected artists such as Satoru Abe. Detailed inquiries or descriptions provided upon request.
Huge 19” Iron Japanese Hotei Shichifukujin Figurine
Circa 1930-50's. Huge Iron or Bronze Japanese statue of Hotei Shichifukujin or Seven Gods of Fortune with detachable iron fan. 19 inches high. Substantial focal piece. Estate purchase from the Barbara Cox Anthony Estate. Antique Chinese red lacquer lotus stand, $395, is not included in price. Inquire for stand. (Local Pick up Preferred. Shipping not included.)
Limited Edition Signed Daum France Crystal Buddha
Number 06390. Reclining Amber colored Crystal Buddha signed Daum, France. Limited edition piece. Since 1878, Daum has been a renowned leader in the art form of crystal glass-making. Daum’s exquisite designs are handcrafted using the traditional pate de verre molding technique. Handmade in France using the finest lead crystal and kiln fired for 10 days, every piece is unique and the ultimate in crystal luxury. 4.5” x 3” x 3” serene figurine, featuring one of the five primary colors of buddhism. Auction purchase
Japanese Fish Koi Mingu JIZAI - Traditional Hanging Implement for Tetsubin Pot/Tea Ceremony
Beautiful, Traditional Japanese Fish Koi Mingu JIZAI, used as a hanging implement for Tetsubin (Iron Teapot), tea ceremony. Beautifully carved 12” x 5” with original iron hanger 6” and cording. Truly Superb.
Huge 1950’s 33” Hand carved Signed Japanese Kokeshi Totem - Statement Piece
Huge vintage hand carved signed Japanese Kokeshi totem at a substantial 33” tall and 5.5” diameter. Stunning piece showing chiseled construction and signed by artist. Very good vintage condition. A statement piece indoor or out. Shipping not included.
Traditional Custom-made Vintage Japanese Miniature “Ie” House
Traditional Japanese houses are built by erecting wooden columns on top of a flat foundation made of packed earth or stones. This is authentic replica of a Japanese house possibly made of kiri wood, complete with sliding shoji screens and two ceramic japanese figures. Removable top opens to reveal inner dimensions of traditional japanese home. Beautiful tabletop custom piece. Very nice vintage condition.
Japanese Ceramic “Mt. Fuji” Wall Decor
Substantial Japanese Ceramic Wall decor featuring glazed snowcapped Mount Fuji and surrounding valley. Beautifully rendered with hand pinched edging, glazed detailing, and handset hanger backside. Prominent makers mark pressed into back. Substantial 14” x 11.5”.
1950's Japanese Carved Bone Futaoki Tea Ceremony Implement
Vintage Japanese Carved Bone Futaoki. Exceptionally fine piece with carving detail of bow and arrow throughout. Used to hold tea pot cover during the Tea Ceremony. Futaoki were commonly made of pottery or bamboo. This is a superb and unusual collectors piece in excellent condition.
Vintage Japanese Samurai Figure with Double Katana in Glass Case
Vintage Japanese Samurai Figure in silk brocade obi robes with Double Katana and sword at hip, enclosed in Glass Case. Good vintage condition. Please inquire for detailed information and photos. Collector's item. Samurai figure is approx 12" and glass case is 10.5" x 16”. Shipping not included.
Occupied Japan Celluloid Geisha Theatre Production
Occupied Japan Celluloid Geisha Theatre production under lantern filled pagoda. One dancing Geisha accompanied by two others playing instruments. Wonderful vintage condition. As Is. Miniature, tinted, celluloid figures. Made in Occupied Japan
Vintage Chinese Celluloid Doctor’s Figurine
Vintage Chinese Celluloid or composite material Doctor’s Figurine - set of 2 pieces, including signed pillow she is resting on. Pristine condition. 11.5” hand painted reclining doll with jade necklace and two bracelets, and very tiny, possibly bound feet. In older Chinese culture, it was customary to use these figurines as a tool for a male physicians to treat female patients. Chinese society dictated that a well bred female patient would point out the location of her medical problems on the figurine for a male doctor to diagnose, rather than disrobe. Wonderful collectors item.