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This exquisite small chawan (tea bowl) was made by an artist who has influenced contemporary Japanese pottery like very few others; Kitaoji Rosanjin (1883-1959). Rosanjin devoted his entire life to the studies of art and the creation of beauty and was an accomplished artist whose work encompasses many genres of fine arts from calligraphy to ceramics. In the case of pottery, it is said that whatever Rosanjin would made could be used for the highly refined Japanese tea ceremony...
Japanese 20th century earthenware SHINO tea bowl. The tea bowl has a beautiful ivory colored crackle glaze over a salmon pink underneath. The deeply thrown bowl has a grass design on the outside done in dark brown. The bowl is stamped on the bottom. The bowl measures 2 15/16" tall and 4 5/8" in diameter at the widest.
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Edo period Kimono hang from a lacquered frame on this gorgeous two panel silver screen dating from the turn of the 19th century. Dyed on the shoulder of the Chirimen silk lavender mans kimono is the Mitsuba-Aoi, official crest of the Tokugawa Shognate indicating the original kimono was property of the family which ruled Japan for 250 years. Below is chrysanthemum flowers (symbols of Imperial Power) embroidered over patterned Rinzu Satin...
SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
Special $135.00 w/US priority/ins.
Item was $300.00
The size of Tabacco Ire: 6 3/8" Long x 2" Wide x 7/8" Thick. Very unuusal Japanese Tabacco Ire set. The pipe holding case made of Bamboo work with clasp made with tin plated on brass. Bamboo work done well weaving. Tabacco case made by silk brocde. It has brass part. The condition of Tabacco Ire, very good except some wear on back of string area and a couple of other place. And tin plate some worn. Early Meiji, 1870-1880.
Wonderful large Japanese Gosho-ningyo baby doll, standing with arms outstretched, charming expression and stance, baby tunic made of silk with gold embroidery, 19th century. Size: 14 1/2" high x 16" wide
Beautiful Japanese large bronze trumpet shaped vase with long neck decorated with highly raised dragon and phoenix in swirling clouds, the round body of the vase is decorated with raised scenes of birds in branches, Meiji Period (1868-1912), signed on bottom: Yoshida. Size: 24" high
The China Coast
Japanese display or sutra stand, a refined piece, elevated on shaped scrolls, in colors of persimmon red, light black and dark beige, using an exceptional technique of applying various colors in drips and patches, together with tiny crushed pieces of mother-of-pearl - resulting in a mosaic effect. The piece appears to have been made for an establishment and bears an inscription on the base...
Large Lidded Imari Bowl and cover decorated in underglazed blue with a scrolling design of leafy camellia, Meiji period. Dimensions: 9 3/4" X 5 1/2".
Japanese Arita vase of ovoid shape decorated in underglaze blue with a continuous design of a small boat on a tranquil lake beside a large rocky outcrop, the base marked Arita kiln, with illegible artist's signature, Taisho period. Height 13"
A Japanese earthenware hot water pourer (yuzamashi), decorated with shaped panels depicting landscapes and flowers and roundels, all on a gilt red ground, the base marked Kutani, Shoza. Dimensions: 3/ 3/16" (8cm) x 4 1/8" (10.5cm) across(from tip to tip) x 1 7/8" (4.5 cm) high. Meiji period.
A set of 10 Hirado porcelain lidded bowls decorated in underglaze blue with mountain landscape on one half and prunus on the other. The interior has a central floral roundel and wave design on the rim. Each marked Hirado, Kasho. The original wood box, tomobako, inscribed "Hizen Hirado yaki", Kodai (ancient), Prunus, Sansui ga (oriental style painting of mountains and water). One bowl is damaged - 9 sets plus a lid. Late Meiji/Taisho period...
Beautiful Japanese antique chobako (merchant's safe box) made all of keyaki (elm) wood with original deep reddish-orange lacquer finish, dramatic keyaki burl wood used, extensive dove tail joinery, heavy copper hardware including elaborately cut lock plates, top portion has sliding panels that reveal 4 small drawers of different sizes, bottom portion has one larger exterior drawer and a drop in door that covers 2 more small interior drawers, has 2 keys, Edo Period. Size: 11 1/2" high x 22...
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Beautiful Japanese mizuya (kitchen tansu), all keyaki front with very dramatic grain and original red-orange tranlslucent lacquer finish, 2 sections with an unusually tall top section including 4 separate compartments covered by sliders and a series of 5 small drawers; bottom section has a large compartment with 4 sliding panels and a row of 9 drawers.
Meiji Period (1868 - 1912)
Size: 68 1/2" high x 65 1/2" wide x 17" deep
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Beautiful and rare large Japanese futon tansu, two sections, all keyaki front with dramatic grain, top section has 4 sliding panels which open to one large compartment, bottom section has 9 drawers of various sizes, a pair of sliding panels with horizontal slats covers a compartment with two small drawers, iron hardware including hirute shaped drawer pulls, the large sliding panels have bronze pulls with a chrysanthemum motif, beautiful deep brown original lacquer finish, Meiji Period. ...
Contemporary Japanese limited edition silkscreen print titled "Glitter" by Hideaki Kato (b. 1954). This is an original, limited edition, pencil-signed and kanji titled edition. Numbered in the bottom margin 16/300. Paper size 15 1/2"V x 12 1/8"H (image: 11 3/4"V x 8 7/8"H). Full margins. Excellent condition.
Era Woodblock Prints
Jakuchu Ito (1715-1800)
Subject: Swallow and Camellia
Size: Small, approximately 4 x 3 inches
Date: 1930s or earlier.
Publisher: Shima Art Company, bears the Shima Art seal. "Made in Japan" stamped on verso.
Medium: Japanese woodblock print.
Oriental Treasure Box
Japanese Mid-Edo Period Akao Tsuba with exotic palm tree design. The palm design is done in great detail and realism. Signed YOSHITSUGU. The Tsuba measures 2 13/16" tall, 2 3/4" wide and 5/32" thick.
Antique Japanese tansu with locking bar over three drawers, one large bottom drawer with chrysanthemum lock, safe compartment with two small interior drawers and one secret compartment, opaque black lacquer finish on front, sides and top are a deep red translucent lacquer finish, iron hardware with scrolling design and mon on locking bar, Sakata area, early Meiji Period (late 19th century). Size: 36" high x 35" wide x 17 1/2" deep.