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Japanese : Folk Art : Dolls and Puppets : Pre 1800 item #798057 (stock #R20)
Japanese Art Site
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18th Century Edo Period Saga Ningyo of a young boy holding a rooster in one hand and a scepter in the other. His head bobs while his tongue goes in and out. Carved entirely of wood, his robes are built up with pigments in a technique called 'moriage'. He has a gorgeous blue outer robe decorated with foliate scroll slightly raised in relief. His inner robes are brown with shaped roundels of geometric patterns and cloud shapes...
Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1910 item #797078 (stock #J38)
Hundred and One Antiques
$3,500.00
Very decorative and impressive Japanese Bronze Censer bearing dark red-brown patina, comprising of distinctive pedestal base with dragon’s heads, ovoid vessel carved in relief with birds and trees, dragon-form handles and surmounted by a pierced cover with a crane, Meiji Period (1868-1912).
MEASUREMENTS: 30 inches (76 cm) tall...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Actor : Pre 1900 item #796794
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
$175.00
Japanese Edo period woodblock print from a small series featuring bust portraits of actors portraying two opposite charactors in old and current plays set against calligraphy by Toyokuni III (also known as Kunisada) collaborating with Torii Kiyomitsu II (1788-1868) dated 1852. The lower right corner bears the signature cartouches of both artists, censor and date seals, and the seal of the publisher Joshuya Juzo. The paper measures 14 3/4"V x 9 7/8"H...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Actor : Pre 1900 item #794135
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
$500.00
Edo Period Japanese woodblock print triptych by Kunisada (also known as Toyokuni III) depicting actors portraying a scene from the kabuki theater. Published by Yamazakiya Seishichi in 1855. Each panel bears the signature "Toyokuni ga" in a red cartouche with yellow snow, a publisher's seal, date seal, and censor's seal (see enlargement 5). Each panel measures about 14 1/2"V x 9 3/4" - 10"H. Very good overall condition with margins...
Japanese : Carvings : Wood : Pre 1900 item #793731 (stock #MOR2397)
The Kura
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A wooden tray carved worm eaten kiri with the image of a red lacquered flying bat, the wormed sections acting like clouds in the dark wood night sky. This tray was purposely made, carved using an existing piece of wormed wood which exemplifies the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi-Sabi. The wood is quite thick, 2 cm thick on the edge, the tray measuring roughly 11 inches (28 cm) square, 1-1/2 inches (4 cm) to the rim. It is perfect for service of Sencha tea...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Historical : Pre 1900 item #793537
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
$500.00
Edo Period Japanese woodblock print triptych by Kunisada II (1823-1880) titled "Moon" from the series "Snow, Moon and Flowers" published by Yamamotoya Heikichi in 1852. Each panel bears the signature "Kunisada ga", a publisher's seal, date and censor's seals (see enlargement 7). Each panel measures nearly 14 1/4"V x 9 7/8"H. Very good overall condition. The triptych is not backed and the baren marks and image are clearly visible on the back. No tape or tape stains...
Japanese : Pre 1900 item #792755 (stock #199)
Intandane Ltd t/a 69A
SOLD through our shop - SEPT 08 利物浦店内售出 - 2008年9月
A good pair of ruby red/"pigeon blood" baisse-taille enamel vases hammered and carved in low relief depicting sparrows and styalized bamboo. These items are unsigned and were made in Japan during the Meiji period (1868-1911). Condition - very good...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Actor : Pre 1900 item #792679
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
$275.00
Japanese woodblock print depicting an actor portraying a seated samurai. The image is signed at the left side "Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi ga" (1797-1861). The red Yoshi Kiri seal is beneath the signature. The print was published by Ibaya Senzaburo between 1847-1848. The paper measures 14 1/2"V x 9 7/8"H. It is most likely a panel from a triptych. Very good overall condition with excellent color. The print is not backed. No tape or tape stains...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Beauties : Pre 1900 item #792663
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
$300.00
Japanese woodblock print titled "Poem #68" from an untitled set of women compared to the one hundred poets by Toyokuni III (also known as Kunisada). Signed "Kochoro Kunisada ga" at the lower right. This series was published by Sanoya Kihei (Kikakudo) circa 1844-1848. The print depicts a beauty in a kimono kneeling and holding a lacquer tray of snacks. Above her is a book-form cartouche containing the poet with whom she is being compared...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Actor : Pre 1900 item #792652
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
$450.00
Edo Period Japanese woodblock print triptych by Kunisada (also known as Toyokuni III) depicting an actor portraying a samurai sitting on a veranda overlooking a garden with a beauty in the center panel. Published by Joshuya Kinzo prior to 1842. Each panel bears the signature "Gototei Kunisada ga", a publisher's seal, and the kiwame censor's seal used from 1790-1842 (see enlargement 5). Each panel measures about 14 1/2"V x 9 1/2"H. Very good overall condition. The triptych is not backed and the b...
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre 1800 item #792447 (stock #TCR2394)
The Kura
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Stylized waves undulate about the shoulder of this rare 18th century Ao-Bizen (Blue Bizen) tsubo storage urn marked with pale color. The piece has magnificent keshiki (scenery), with a shi-seki in the side, a large divot elsewhere, pale licks of soft brown hi-iro and three tiny finger marks appear to be that of a child. The piece was made in the coil method, with a flat base attached to coils of clay rising up and smoothed. The base is quite worn, with the remainder of the support marks still...
Japanese : Textiles : Decorative : Pre 1940 item #792264
Asian Art By Kyoko
Price on Request
Japanese baby's first formal kimono (miyagi), falcon on a pine tree in sumi-e (black ink) style on silk, 32 1/2" W x 41" L.

This type of kimono is used during a newborn's first visit to the shrine. The ritual takes place about one month after his birth. Traditionally, the kimono was sent by the mother's side of the family to their daughter's new family, bearing the family crest of the husband's side. The newborn will be held in the arms of his mother-in-law and accompanied ...

Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1800 item #791503
Zentner Collection
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Very grand and dramatic pair of antique Japanese bronze lanterns from prominent temple courtyard, each lantern is made of 10 individual cast bronze sections, heavenly creatures are abundant and include: fu-dogs, apsaras (musical angels), kirin, and dragons, Tokugawa Mon (crest) on roof.

Edo Period 17th Centruy

Dimensions of each lantern: 140" high x 48" wide
Note: Previously exhibited at the Arts of Pacific Asia Show at Fort Mason in San Francisco Feb...
Japanese : Textiles : Decorative : Pre 1940 item #790468 (stock #54-14)
Silk Road Gallery
$360.00
A Japanese silk summer-weight hitoe obi has impressionistic designs of graceful dancers and tori gates in cooling shades of silver on a purple background. This woven silk kimono belt is unlined and constructed of one layer of fabric, unlike the more formal maru and fukuro obi. A cloud pattern in purple and silver on the reverse side of the fabric shows through under the weave on the right side of the material, giving the silver designs an attractive shimmer that varies from tones of pink to blue...
Japanese : Textiles : Decorative : Pre 1920 item #790155
Asian Art By Kyoko
Price on Request
Antique Japanese maiwai, katazome stencil dye on cotton, padded and in excellent condition, 51"(4'2") x 51", circa Meiji (1868-1912) to Taisho period (1912-1926). This maiwai is old but has been well maintained, pretty clean condition without any order. One damaged area (did not go through to the liner) was repaired with very small stitches (photo #9). The photo #10 shows the area before it was repaired with stitches and filled with red color.

Maiwai was the pride of Japanese fisherm...

Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1900 item #789612
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
$650.00
Pair
Pair of 30" high Japanese Meiji period bronze candle stands ("shokudai"), each with a hexagonal shaft supported by a 12" diameter circular base with a chrysanthemum accent at the center. Late 19th century. Very good overall condition with a nice patina. They are slightly wobbly and one of the candle stands is missing the hook designed to hold the tweezers used for pinching the candle wick (see enlargement 4). Acquired from the Arizona estate of a World War II veteran who purchased the pair i...
Japanese : Paintings : Screens : Pre 1920 item #789569
Zentner Collection
$8,000.00
Lovely antique Japanese 4-panel screen painting with scene of 3 geese in grasses by water's edge, beautifully painted in mineral colors on gold leaf ground, Taisho/Showa age. Size: 43" high x 88" long
Japanese : Enamel : Cloisonne : Pre 1900 item #789342 (stock #R223)
Japanese Art Site
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Huge (36 inches, 91.5 cm across!) Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912) Cloisonné Charger with Flower and Bird motif. This is one of the most fantastic 19th Century Japanese Cloisonné works we have ever seen. The colors are magnificent and most vivid on a Robin Egg Blue field framed with a gorgeous pattern. The size is amazing and with the stunningly rendered flowers and birds, it makes for a rare, breathtaking exhibitor work of art that will be a spectacular center piece for any home or office. E...
 
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