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Fine 19th Century Ningyo of Momotaro the Peach Boy
Japanese: Folk Art: Dolls and Puppets Pre 1900: item #1258441
0663

Fine 19th Century Ningyo of Momotaro the Peach Boy
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369



 

Japanese Gosho Ningyo of Momotaro the Peach Boy. This wonderful Ningyo represents Momotaro in a magical manner, his robes of chirimen silk crepe with painted designs of takaramono (sacred treasures) and peaches. He holds the pit of the peach in one hand and his banner with peach motif in the other. This is a wonderful ningyo, in great bright condition. Every aspect is of the highest quality. He has a gorgeous face, beautifully rendered, and is wearing sumptuous silk brocades stretched on a ca... Click for details

Fine 19th Century Ningyo of Japan's First Emperor Jimmu
Japanese: Folk Art: Dolls and Puppets Pre 1900: item #1258438
0662

Fine 19th Century Ningyo of Japan's First Emperor Jimmu
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369



 

Japanese Meiji Period Gosho Ningyo of Jimmu, the First Emperor of Japan. This is a wonderful ningyo, in great bright condition. Every aspect is of the highest quality. He has a gorgeous face, beautifully rendered. He is wearing sumptuous silk brocades, stretched on a carved wood body (kimekomi). He holds a bow and arrows. There are arrows in the quiver at his back, and a sword at his side. He is presented on his original lacquered stand. Height: 8.5 inches, 21.5 cm.

Rare, Large Pair of Edo Ningyo, Empress Jingu
Japanese: Folk Art: Dolls and Puppets Pre 1900: item #1258437
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Rare, Large Pair of Edo Ningyo, Empress Jingu
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Japanese Art Site
917-675-1369



 

Japanese Late Edo Period very large rare pair of Musha Ningyo representing Empress Jingū (Jingū Kōgō) and the old minister Takenouchi no Sukune. He is holding the baby Ōjin (a son of the Empress Jingū who later became Emperor Ōjin) and is seated on a camp stool. These are among the largest examples and are of the highest quality and artistic workmanship. The heads and hands are carved of wood, covered with many layers of tinted gofun (oyster shell lacquer),... Click for details

Painting, Amida Nyorai, raigo, Japan Muromachi period
Japanese: Paintings: Scrolls Pre 1700: item #1258420
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Painting, Amida Nyorai, raigo, Japan Muromachi period
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Welcome To Another Century
212-696-0585



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Hanging scroll with image of the descent of the Buddha to welcome the souls of the deceased and accompany them to the Western Paradise. He is standing on a lotus on clouds and holds his hand in gebon josho. The mudra is the appropriate level for common citizens to be reborn in. Mineral colors and gold on silk. The garment exquisitely decorated in gold. Japan, late Muromachi or early Edo period, 16th century.
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A Somada Lacquer 4 Case Inro Suite - Ho-o Birds - Edo
Japanese: Netsuke: Wood Pre 1900: item #1258366
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A Somada Lacquer 4 Case Inro Suite - Ho-o Birds - Edo
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



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This beautiful four case inro suite is done in a rare technique known as Somada lacquer - see footnote. It was de-accessioned by an Ohio museum some time ago to benefit their acquisition fund. The design is one of the most complex examples of Somada lacquer to be found as it covers both sides of the inro almost completely. The design is of two Ho-o Birds - one per side. On one side the bird is standing erect on a tree branch and is surrounded with a myriad of branches and leaves. The bird is d... Click for details

Stone Jizo Bosatsu Amida Nyorai Dosojin Edo 18 c.
Japanese: Sculpture: Other Pre 1800: item #1258364
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Stone Jizo Bosatsu Amida Nyorai Dosojin Edo 18 c.
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Antique Stones Japan
+81-3-3352-3799



 

Standing Jizo Bosatsu and Amida Nyorai sculpted in relief from a gray igneous stone. Mid-Edo Period ca. 1750. Minor old loss, with softening of the lines and contours overall.

Height: 29 cm
Width: 14.5 cm
Depth: 11.5 cm... Click for details


Fabulous Incense Ceremony Articles with Makie Shelf
Japanese: Lacquer: Furnishings Pre 1920: item #1258353
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Fabulous Incense Ceremony Articles with Makie Shelf
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RYOUTAN
tel:+81-467-24-7035



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A very rare set of incense ceremony utensils with elaborate and high raised Makie lacquer shelf of Edo period. The top of the elegant Makie lacquer shelf is decorated with gorgeous gold high raised Makie, depicted with autum motifs such as deer and maple leafs. The side of the beautiful Makie shelf is decorated with various autumn flowers and maple leafs.
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Japanese Bronze Vase by Okado Isao
Japanese: Metalwork: Bronze Pre 1980: item #1258352
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Japanese Bronze Vase by Okado Isao
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Japanese bronze vase by Okado Isao ( 1940 - 2010 Toyama Prefecture ).
He has be accepted at the Japan Fine Arts Exhibition (Nitten) and received a number of awards.
Artist signature "Isao" on the base.
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Antique Japanese Lacquer Chest w/ Mother of Pearl Inlay
Japanese: Furniture Pre 1900: item #1258295

Antique Japanese Lacquer Chest w/ Mother of Pearl Inlay
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Japanese wooden chest with a black lacquered body and iron handles on its front and back side, and red lacquered lid. The chest's top and sides are decorated with a gorgeous mother of pearl inlay in the shape of a kiri leaf, a symbol that shows it is pre-Meiji period (pre-1868), usually signifying the family that once owned the piece. It is lined in rice paper and sits upon a black wooden stand. Edo period (1615-1867) Size: (with stand) 20.5" height (no stand) 16" height, 24" width, 15.5" dep... Click for details

Japanese Cloisonne Enamel "Arrow Toss" Vase, 19th C.
Japanese: Enamel: Cloisonne Pre 1900: item #1258258
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Japanese Cloisonne Enamel "Arrow Toss" Vase, 19th C.
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Galerie Hafner
+41 31 311 04 06



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A Japanese "arrow toss" game vase made of copper and decorated with polychrome enamels, the rims and wires are gilt. Showing antiques and auspicious symbols on a white ground, the base with "fuku" mark. The "arrow-toss" game originated from China and was at the beginning very popular with the aristocrats and survived as a pastime well into the Edo period. From an old Swiss private collection. Condition: few traces of usage, the mouth rim is inside a bit bent (see pict. 12). Dimension: 18.6 cm hi... Click for details

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