Japanese bronze crow perched on a tree trunk, with inlaid glass eyes, signed in an oval reserve Kazan saku 華山作, Meiji Period. In Japanese mythology crows are thought to be gifted with supernatural powers and are also messengers of the gods.
Pair of Antique Japanese Silvered Bronze Gamecock; Meiji Period
Pair of Antique Japanese Silvered Bronze Gamecock; Meiji Period | From a unique collection of antique and modern sculptures at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/sculptures/
Bronze Okimono of a Boar.Meiji.
В Мэйдзи бронзового Льва
Tsunemitsu sign meiji bronze
Japanese silvered-bronze falcon
Japanese silvered-bronze falcon on a rootwood stand. ca.1868-1912
Japanese Bronze Camel
A Hida school okimono-type netsuke of Benten, by Shôko. Late 19th century Seated in long flowing robes and with a billowing shawl, she holds a biwa in front of her. Signed Shôko. Height 4.8 cm
A bronze okimono of a carp By Joshi, Meiji era (1868-1912)