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Treasures of Old Times
Motoyama Izumi (b. 1938) Bizen Sake Bottle Tokkuri This Bizen stoneware sake bottle is made with natural ash glaze. The works of Motoyama Izumi are held in Brooklyn Museum in New York. Bizen pottery was originally produced in Imbe village of Bizen province since Kamakura period of 14th century. Size Height 12cm Diameter 8.5cm Condition : Very good condition, no chips, no cracks. Supplied with original signed wooden box.
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Antique Japanese large hexagonal porcelain covered THE vase is painted in multiple enameled colors. The vase measures approximately: 34 inches, 86 centimeters - tall. Without cover 28 inches, 71 centimeters - tall. Circumference 39 inches,99 centimeters This Japanese vase with original cover is in perfect condition, no damages and no repairs. It is beautifully decorated with different flowers all over, ladies in an outdoor setting...
Extremely rare Japanese antique usagi (rabbit or hare) mask for a Noh performance. Carved of wood and covered with gofun, a raised paste made from ground oyster shells. The surface of the usagi mask is carefully textured so that every hair is visible and some areas are polished from wear. The eyes of the hare are a pink color, similar to those of an albino snow rabbit.
Usagi is the creature most closely associated with the moon...
Treasures of Old Times
Japanese Antique Gold Enamel Kinrande Bowl made by XII Eiraku Zengoro (1823â€“1896) with Phoenix Motif and Exquisite Gold Kintsugi Repair The bowl has a cobalt blue signature of the potter translated as "Made by Eiraku in Great Japan" XII Eiraku Zengoro (1823â€“1896) belongs to one of the most influential Kutani pottery family in Kyoto in 19 century. He became the head of the family in 1843 at the age of 20 with the name Wazen after retirement of his father Hozen...
A Japanese studio porcelain okimono of Daruma (the legendary Chinese Buddhist monk Bodhidharma), dating to the first half of the 20th C. The long robe with thick celadon glaze, the face with fierce expression, the ears with movable earrings. Base with sealmark. Condition: fine, one ear with firing crack. Dimension: 22.8 cm high, weight: 1.2 kg.
Welcome To Another Century
Hanging scroll. A dragon shoots upwards through the clouds. Its head clearly visible, pointing straight up, the tail faintly disappearing in the darkness of the sky. Black ink on silk. Very skillful use of many shades of black and gray. Signed and dated in the lower left: Bunka year of the monkey (1812), Fuyu and artistâ€™s red seal Rintai.
Image: H 52.5 x W 20 in. Mounting: H 81.5 x W 25 in. (lower roller 27.25 in. wide)
Mounting in excellent condition, painting too.
Modern Japanese Ceramics
Dark splashes and glassy green windows cut through the thick crawling white glaze on this disk by Murakoshi Takuma enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Shunju Ozara (Spring and Autumn Platter). The artist calls this combination of feldspar, iron and ash Shunju, which comes from a traditional phrase denoting a color for each season. It is 32 cm (12-3/4 inches) diameter and in excellent condition, with Shiori and Shifuku fresh from the artists kiln this year...
A heavy silver covered urn for storage of powdered tea inlayed with gold, shibuichi, shakudo and other precious metals by Izumi Ryoichi (Ryusen or Koshiro) enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Karatachi Mon Zogan Natsume (Tea Container with Orange Jasmine Design)...
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Large full set of Japanese Shamisen String Instrument Assortments, include 16 Notation books, and 2 Stands in the bags, extra strings, all the necessary Assortments, one of the book dated 1953, all in good condition.
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
This masterful rendition of an idilic landscape done in the Nanga style of Chinese painting is spread across three canvases titled 1) â€śArashiyamaâ€ť (A district nestled at the foot of Kyotoâ€™s eastern mountain range), 2) â€śKyomizu-deraâ€ť (One of Kyotoâ€™s most iconic temples located in the western foothills), and 3) â€śTatsutaâ€ť (An area west of Kyoto on the edge of Lake Biwa, known for its expansive fields of lotus flowers)...
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Lovely Japanese kagura wooden mask of such strange and pleasing countenance, as I heard it's a fox mask but really not sure, since personally never seen this unique type with such color pattern and style... Showa period, 20th century. approx...
This is a Japanese antique natural indigo dye cotton hand shibori (Tie-dye) beautiful fabric of the Late Edo era. There are small discolorations and stains. But it doesn't stand out.It has no damage...
The same pattern repeats on both sides. The same pattern repeats on both sides. This is a Japanese antique soft silk kinran gold weave maru obi old fabric of Classic arabesque, chrysanthemum, cherry, turtle shell, cloud pattern of Edo era. It has no stain or damage.It is a very Excellent condition . Because this fabric is strong, Good for home decor, Dress or hat or bag, wall display, remaking materials such as the patchwork and Tea ceremony fabric, enjoy it....etc The stat...
Antique Japanese pair of paintings depicting two dragons in a dense mist. Gold flashes light up the clouds. Symbolizing the ultimate yang, or masculine energy, the dragon is the controller of both winds and water. Painted in sumi and gold ink on silk and signed by the artist. Both panels are loose (unmounted).
Age: Meiji Period
Dimensions: 37 1/4" high x 6 7/8" wide (each panel)
Era Woodblock Prints
Glittering Sea, from The Inland Sea Series
(Hikaru Umi, Setonaikaishu)
Date: 1926. This edition 1950s-60s.
Size: Oban. Approximately 15.75 x 10.75 inches.
Signed and sealed in the image. Impressed English signature.
Reference: Abe catalog #38.
Condition: Matte line in outer margin. Two original pinholes in margin.
Japanese Bronze Brush Shaped Brush Rest by Haruhiko Shimoo. A lost wax cast copper bronze form of a traditional calligraphy brush with thick tapered bristles, bamboo stem and looped end. The underside flat with an impressed two character seal of the artist. The form serves as a brush rest / paper weight. Complete with a signed wood storage box (Tomobako). Like New condition. 9 inches long x 1/2 inch high x 1 inch wide (23 x 1.2 x 2.5 cm). 9 oz. (245 g.) Late 20th century. Haruhiko Shimoo...
A Unique scholarâ€™s model of the mountain Kozuyama in stoneware. Shiny black glaze with spots of brownish iron. Original box with collectorâ€™s label describing the content: "Ceramic item in the shape of Mountain Kozuyama" and the collectorâ€™s name and age: "Tei Haruishi, 88 years old". Japan, Edo, 19th cent. H 9.5 cm, L 22 cm, W 16.5 cm. Condition: One chip to side (see photo), otherwise fine.
Welcome To Another Century
Zushi in the shape of a Shinto shrine housing a carving of a curled up snake, itâ€™s tongue stuck out. Glass pane behind the double doors, so that the snake is sort of enshrined. Left door inscribed with dedication by the donor. Inside, behind the snake, inscription in black ink, referring to Fudo Myoo, one of the guardians fighting ignorance, and the Deva Marishiten, representing light and sun.
Sugi-wood (cryptomeria) shrine, snake in light wood carving...