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Stone Bato (Horse-Head) Kannon Bosatsu Edo 18 c.
Japanese: Sculpture: Other Pre 1800: item #1246675
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Stone Bato (Horse-Head) Kannon Bosatsu Edo 18 c.
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Antique Stones Japan
+81-3-3352-3799



$900  

Standing Bato (Horse-Head) Kannon Bosatsu, the hands forming the Bato-in mudra and a horse head perched atop the Kannon figure's head, sculpted in relief from a fine-grained granite. Mid-Edo Period ca. 1750. Very minor old loss, with overall softening of the lines and contours.

Height: 42 cm
Width: 21 cm... Click for details


Edo Period Back Lacquered Stirrups Abumi
Japanese: Folk Art: Utilitarian Accessories Pre 1837 VR: item #1246658

Edo Period Back Lacquered Stirrups Abumi
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Shippodo
1-510-780-6761



$2000  

Black Lacquered Pair of Stirrups (Abumi)

Edo Period

Size: Length 11.5" Width 5" Height 9.5"

These types of stirrups were often used by the nobility and higher ranking samurai and are different from the simpler thin stirrups often used by government officials and gua... Click for details


Gold Lacquer Shokudai Candle Stand
Japanese: Lacquer: Furnishings Pre 1900: item #1246657

Gold Lacquer Shokudai Candle Stand
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Shippodo
1-510-780-6761



$3,300  

Gold Lacquered Shokudai (Candle Stand)

Edo-Meiji Period

Height 31" Diameter 7.5"

This pair of gold lacquered candle stands in a fluted chrysanthemum style design. This pair of stands may have been used in a temple environment where these stands would be used on the ... Click for details


Treasurable Hanging Scroll By Fujimura Yoken
Japanese: Tea Articles: Furnishings Pre 1920: item #1246655
T-H1073

Treasurable Hanging Scroll By Fujimura Yoken
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RYOUTAN
tel:+81-467-24-7035



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Fujimura Yoken (1613-1699) was a founder of Yoken style tea ceremony in Edo period. He had learned directly from Sen Sotan (1578–1658) who was the grandson of Sen Rikyű, the famed figure in Japanese tea cultural history. He was one of the four prestigious tea masters of Sotan school. Furthermore, Yoken was also known as a Chinese style poet.
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Japanese Antique Small Lacquer Letter Box
Japanese: Lacquer: Boxes Pre 1900: item #1246621

Japanese Antique Small Lacquer Letter Box
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Japanese antique lacquer letter box, black and nishiji gold ground with gold maki-e lacquer scene of chrysanthemums growing on a bamboo fence, two of the chrysanthemums are made of oxidized silver, the inside of the box is all very dense gold nishiji, silver rings on either side to are in the form of kiri flowers, the cord has been replaced with a newer version, Late Edo/Early Meiji Period (mid 1800's). Size: 9 1/4" long x 3" wide x 1 5/8" deep.

Japanese Antique Lacquer Suzuribako with Pines
Japanese: Lacquer: Boxes Pre 1900: item #1246599

Japanese Antique Lacquer Suzuribako with Pines
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Beautiful Japanese antique lacquer suzuribako (calligraphy box for writing), decorated with gold maki-e lacquer scene of pine tree saplings and roses growing near a stream, the shore is made of up of a dense gold nishiji and some leaves and petals of the rose are inlaid with mother of pearl, the interior of the box is entirely covered in a dense gold nishiji with flowers on the inside of the lid, the box has two small interior trays and it's original ink stone and copper gourd-shaped water d... Click for details

An Edo Ko-Imari Porcelain Bowl w/Dragon - 18th Cty.
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1800: item #1246530

An Edo Ko-Imari Porcelain Bowl w/Dragon - 18th Cty.
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



$395.00  

This is a striking oval shaped blue and white Ko-Imari bowl with a design in the center of a curled dragon. The sides of the bowl are lightly fluted in a low relief petal design. The rim has a dark brown glaze and is very slightly fluted. The bowl measures 7.3" long by 4.5" wide and is 1.6" deep. (The stand in photo #1 is not included.) It has a slight tilt to it - whether by design or a bit of mis-shaping in the kiln - it is not possible to say. Early Imari wares were actually made in the town ... Click for details

Mochizuki Gyokusen (1673-1755) - Bamboo
Japanese: Paintings: Scrolls Pre 1800: item #1246506

Mochizuki Gyokusen (1673-1755) - Bamboo
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zen-zen0
075-771-9190



$3200  

An 18th century ink painting of bamboo by the founder of the Mochizuki school. It is accompanied by a poetic inscription by an unknown artist. Painted on paper the work is in very good condition. It has recently been re-framed and presents very nicely. The image measures 16'' by 21'' (40 by 55 cm). The scroll measures 48'' by 22'' (122 by 57 cm). Mochizuki Gyokusen (1673-1755). The founder of the Kyoto based Mochizuki school of painting. He originally studied under Tosa Mitsunari bef... Click for details

Precious Tea Container by Hiki Ikkan
Japanese: Tea Articles Pre 1930: item #1246505
T-H1074

Precious Tea Container by Hiki Ikkan
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RYOUTAN
tel:+81-467-24-7035



$2,100  

Hiki Ikkan (1578-1657) was a craftsman of Japanese lacquer, who came from Ming Dynasty (China in 1368-1644) and settled in Kyoto. He was a founder of “Ikkan Bari” (lacquered papier mache) lacquer work. The “Ikkan Bari” is one of craft technique that uses paper and lacquer as main material to make tea articles such as jujube-shaped tea case or insence case. He also is one of the Senke jusshoku (Senke's ten designated craftsmen families) and the name is succeeded by the head of Ikkanbari saikus... Click for details

Antique Japanese Iron Garden Lantern C. 1925
Japanese: Metalwork: Iron Pre 1930: item #1246501
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Antique Japanese Iron Garden Lantern C. 1925
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Kodo Arts




$1100  

Rustic iron Japanese iron graden lantern from the late Taisho Period C. 1925. Excellent condition. See Pictures. Four parts. H:18" c diameter: 24". Ask for shipping quote.

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