Gone but not forgotten – Some of the wonderful pieces that found new homes in 2022



As we approach the end of 2022, we take a look back and enjoy (one last time) some of our favourite pieces that we said a very fond farewell to over the last twelve months.


SOLD: This intriguing Satsuma vase by Fuzan Ryun


This year, as we tentatively made our way out of the Covid 19 Pandemic and its challenges and restrictions, we were delighted to welcome back some familiar faces to our North London Galleries. Through our ever-evolving website, we were also very privileged to make new customers from across Europe, North America, the Middle-East and throughout South-East Asia.


SOLD: This marvellous, large pair of Bronze vases


As passionate admirers of Oriental Art, there is always a touch of sadness when we sell a piece from the collection but, equally, we are always reassured to know that somebody else will be able to find enjoyment from it in the future.


Sold: This masterful minature cabinet by Komai



Of course, a space on the shelf also provides the opportunity for us to find something equally beautiful to take its place.


SOLD: A fascinating pair of framed Oshi-e


As we go into 2023, (Year of the Rabbit) we will continue to introduce more wonderful stock to our website. This will include a previously unseen collection of wood-carved Netsuke, some beautiful 18th and 19th Century Chinese porcelain and furniture, majestic Meiji-era Metal-work and an array of late 19th Century Japanese Okimono, Cloisonne ware, lacquered works of art and silk embroideries.


SOLD: A sublime vase by Makuzu Kozan


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SOLD: This charming Netsuke of a boy wearing a mask


Finally we would like to say a big thank you to all our customers this year and we wish all our friends and followers a Happy and Prosperous 2023.


SOLD: This wonderful trio of Masks