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Japanese : Netsuke : Pre 1910 item #1364257 (stock #09117)
The size of Ojime: 3/4” Dia. (20 mm). This is handsome Japanese Ojime (used fpr Netsuke and Tabacco pouch cord fastener) made by high quality Sango (coral). It has nice color of Sango. The condition of Ojime excellent. Dating of Ojime from Meiji.
Japanese : Netsuke : Pre 1910 item #1364254 (stock #09116)
The size of Ojime: 13/16” Dia (21 mm). Nice Japanese Ojime (used for Netsuke or Tabacco pouch cord fastener) made by Agate. It has nice pattern of stone. The condition of Ojime, excellent. No chip, no crack and no hairline. One tiny spot at one end Himo Toshi hole edge with original spot. Dating from Meiji to Taisho.
Japanese : Netsuke : Pre 1900 item #1364250 (stock #09115)
The size of Ojime: 13/16” Dia (21 mm). This is old Japanese Ojime (used for Netsuke as cord fastener). This ojime is made by Agate. It is very old before modern technology. The Ojime has some old original cutting marking. Please note there are no chips around other than original making spots around. I checked all spots by Diamond Lupe. Dating of this Ojime from late Edo to early Meiji.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1492 item #1364240 (stock #4017)
Abhaya Asian Antiques
Three Song Dynasty Jian type temokku glazed bowls from Dongzhang or Minhou kilns in Fujian province. These have nice color but repairs the worst is noted in enlargements. These were recovered from the Tinghai Lianjiang wreck off the coast of Fujian about 15 years ago. D: 11cm/4.3in and H: 4cm/1.5in.
Japanese : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1920 item #1364232
The Zentner Collection
Antique Japanese natural burl root stand or stool. Interesting natural burl form shape with bold woodgrain surface.

Dimensions: 17" x 18" x 15.5" H
Japanese : Furniture : Pre 1920 item #1364231
The Zentner Collection
Antique Japanese pair of hardwood fusuma door panels with black lacquer frames. The doors are hand-painted with a rooster, a hen, and their chicks with a bamboo grove background, accented with gold flakes. Each door has wire mounts in back to be hung for a wall display.

Meiji Period (1868-1912)

Dimensions: 27" L x 1" D x 68.5" H
Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1930 item #1364200 (stock #mc64)
Kodo Arts
Flowing bronze Japanese horse in fantastic detail. Foundry stamp on under belly. Masterpiece. The main and face very expressive. Please see photos for condition. H: 9" ; length:12". Ask for shipping quote.
Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1950 item #1364199 (stock #mc65)
Kodo Arts
Undulating bronze temple dragon water spout. Usually found at a temple entrance where the water stream from the dragon`s mouth is used to purify one`s hands before entering. ( We also have the granite stone water basin with kanji inscribed) Beautifully cast with scales and face in fine detail. C.1950. Length: 40"; Width : 15". Ask for shipping quote.
Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1940 item #1364198 (stock #mc63)
Kodo Arts
Lovely Showa Period C.1935 signed bronze flower vase with carp swimming in relief. Straw smoke used to achieve the light brown coloring on the bronze. excellent condition. 13" tall by 8" in diameter. Ask for shipping quote.
Japanese : Folk Art : Handicrafts : Pre 1980 item #1364172 (stock #852)
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Anonymous handmade small shelf in such posture and presence.
Wood. Japan. approx. W 14-16cm (5.51-6.29in), H 29.7cm (11.69in)

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Japanese : Ceramics : Pre 1920 item #1364171 (stock #15)
The Tretiak Collection
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Japanese : Sculpture : Other : Pre 1900 item #1364169 (stock #09135)
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Characteristic stone carving Buddhist figure of Two-figure Jizo Bosatsu called ‘Sotai-Jizo' which is seen mainly in Kanto region, Japan. Edo period, 19th century.
It seems to have a deep connection to ‘Doso-shin' (Traveler's guardian deity) of the local folk religion, then expressed to buddhismize their ancestor's marital figures possibly... ? Well-embodied appearance of folksy local belief by its simplified facial expression and its presence...
Japanese : Folk Art : Mingei : Pre 1970 item #1364167 (stock #09134)
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Scarce interesting set of a wooden decoration of 'yabane' (lit...
Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1920 item #1364166
Japanese Antique & Textile saiyuu2
Japanese antique sakabukuro Tattered patched boro of charming sashiko stitch bag.It has few thin stain. However, there is no damage.The stain and damage and Trace of the repair and the discoloration used for a long time are very charming for that.It can enjoy both sides. It display it and can do it, and recommends it to materials such as the patchwork. size:Length 80cm (31.4inch) Width 22.5cm (8.85inch)
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1920 item #1364162 (stock #TRC1803)
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
With a traditional wheat-straw pattern commonly seen in Seto-ware and in the Mingei pottery movement of the 20th century, these lovely tea cups are perfect for an afternoon Japanese sencha gathering.

One of the most popular and important Japanese potters of the last 150 years, Rokubei Kiyomizu V (1875 - 1959) has been regarded by some as the most talented in a long line of Kiyomizu potters and as a cornerstone of the illustrious Gojo-zaka district in Kyoto...
Japanese : Paintings : Scrolls : Pre 1920 item #1364161 (stock #ALR6483)
The Kura
A superb image by Hirai Baisen depicting the fire lit on the mountains surrounding Kyoto on the final day of Obon enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled “Okuribi”. It is performed with washes of ink and gold on silk, bordered in a fine frame of patterned brocade. It is 22 x 79 inches (56 x 200 cm). It features large ivory rollers, which will need to be changed if shipped outside Japan...
Japanese : Lacquer : Accessories : Pre 1900 item #1364159 (stock #MOR6482)
The Kura
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A skeleton sits in meditation among dried autumn grasses, an eerie figure in silver and gold on this water buffalo horn dating from the Edo period. Many old repairs attest to its age. A hole is bored in back where it may have had an iron ring, allowing it to serve as a hanging vase during the late summer or the tenth month, the month of no gods, or it may have held on a lidded spout and served as a powder horn for gun powder, an essential samurai piece of equipment in the Edo period...
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre 1700 item #1364158 (stock #TCR6481)
The Kura
A lightning shaped Narumi-Oribe Mukozuke dish decorated with geometrics and drying persimmons enclosed in a fine custom kiri-wood box titled “E-Oribe Mukozuke” and annotated “Mino Ko-gama” by Living National Treasure Kato Takuo, who was well known for his research into old kilns and firing techniques. One of the best preserved pieces I have seen in a long time dating from the Momoyama to early Edo period.; it originally had three looping feet which have been lost...
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