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Wood Netsuke of Hotei
Japanese: Netsuke: Wood Pre 1900: item #1264793
9-369

Wood Netsuke of Hotei
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
Tel.212-223-4600



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An amusing boxwood netsuke modeled as a smiling Hotei, the god of mirth. With his robe undraped to reveal his famous corpulence, the god holds his treasure sack on his head. This charming netsuke is in excellent condition with nice patina. Height: 2.5” 18th/19th Century, Japan

Silver Tea Bowl with a Profusion of Flowers
Japanese: Metalwork: Silver Pre 1900: item #1264792
FC-1127

Silver Tea Bowl with a Profusion of Flowers
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
Tel.212-223-4600



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A small, yet graceful pure silver tea bowl carved asymmetrically with flowers and foliage in extra-high relief on a partly stippled ground. Its foliated edge leads to a double-walled interior. Signed with pure silver (Jungin) mark and Watanabe signature on base. This fine pure silver bowl is in very good condition with only minor surface wear along the base. Height: 2.5”, diameter: 4.25” Meiji Period, Japan

Beautiful and unusual Satsuma elephant dish by Kanzan
Japanese: Ceramics: Earthenware Pre 1900: item #1264779

Beautiful and unusual Satsuma elephant dish by Kanzan
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The Ivory Tower, Inc.
tel.201-670-6191



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The elephant motif on this finely decorated, unusually formed plate was likely inspired by a similar decoration used by Yabu Meizan. The condition is excellent with only some light wear to the rim. It measures 8.75" x 8.25" and bears the the Yasuda studio mark, along with a Kanzan mark seal in gilt on the reverse side. This item is Meiji Period and dates about 1900 - 1910.

blue and white Arita dishes 17/18th Cent. Set of six
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1800: item #1264767
1182

blue and white Arita dishes 17/18th Cent. Set of six
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Antique Rich Sales
616-307-4443



 

This rare set of six early blue and white Japanese imari ware dishes contains one plate with a very old gold lacquer repair. It’s wonderful that this set has not been broken up and I most certainly want to sell it as a set. Condition: four dishes have no chips, cracks or repairs. One dish as stated as an old gold repair. One dish as a hairline crack through the rim which stops where the rim meets the body of the dish (4 cm long in total). This looks like a very old crack. I have not seen this ... Click for details

Small Early Japanese Cloisonne Enamel Jar #2, 19th C.
Japanese: Enamel: Cloisonne Pre 1900: item #1264737
SK 805

Small Early Japanese Cloisonne Enamel Jar #2, 19th C.
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Galerie Hafner
+41 31 311 04 06



$ 300 / shipping included  

Small Japanese cloisonne enamel vessel, maybe a brushwasher, with gilt wires, rims, base and insert in the Chinese style. Decorated with butterflies and fans on a turquoise blue ground. Condition: fine, insert slightly dented, few traces of usage. Dimension: 5.7 cm high, diameter: 8.3 cm.

Kawabata Gyokusho (1842-1913) - Basho nehanzu
Japanese: Paintings: Scrolls Pre 1920: item #1264733

Kawabata Gyokusho (1842-1913) - Basho nehanzu
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zen-zen0
075-771-9190



$2800  

A nehanzu (nirvana painting) painted in the very last years of Kawabata Gyokusho's life, 1911 or 1912. Traditional nirvana paintings depict the death of the historical Buddha and his entrance into a state of perfect peace. In this highly unusual work Gyokusho depicts the death of Matsuo Basho (1644-1694) in place of Buddha. Similarly surrounded by mourners including his disciples, gods, lay people and animals, Buddha's mother descending from the clouds a notable absence. The work is containe... Click for details

Tanba Chawan with natural cracks 120 years Meiji Period
Japanese: Tea Articles: Pottery Pre 1900: item #1264732
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Tanba Chawan with natural cracks 120 years Meiji Period
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Momoyama Gallery
+49 15128060828



 

We like to offer you this hand shaped Tanba Chawan with natural glaze cracks. It was made during Meiji Period and is 120 years old.

As shown in the pictures, it's in good condition for its age. The foot of the bottom has a small chip (Please refer to the last p... Click for details


Fine Japanese Sake Cup Set of 5 pc by Renown Artists
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1970: item #1264724
051217

Fine Japanese Sake Cup Set of 5 pc by Renown Artists
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SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
Phone: 972-270-3960



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This is wonderful Japanese Sake Set of 5 pcs which were made by the most prominet Kyo-Yaki potters artist in that time(1960’s).. Each Sake Cups ae made very intricately and uniquely made. Each cup represent their most skillful techniques and their ability into such a small scale Sake cup. The set came with Tomobako which all five artist has written the the work of each work, signed their name as well as individual chop seal which will be great reference for your future collection on those artist... Click for details

Additional photos for Japanese Sake Cup Set of 5 pc
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1970: item #1264723
051217

Additional photos for Japanese Sake Cup Set of 5 pc
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SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
Phone: 972-270-3960



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An Arita Dish in Nabeshima Style - Meiji
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1920: item #1264718
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An Arita Dish in Nabeshima Style - Meiji
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



 

A very interesting little Japanese Arita coupe shaped dish in the Nabeshima style. This little charmer measures only 4 1/2" diameter at the top, stands 1 1/8" high on its footed base and the foot measures 2 1/8" diameter. Several distinctive features highlight this dish - the classic Nabeshima coupe shape, the Nabeshima style combed foot pattern (although not as precise as true Nabeshima) - the three underglaze blue cash design on the underside. Then there is this wonderful animal on the right s... Click for details

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