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Japanese : Metalwork : Silver : Pre 1920 item #623676
Zentner Collection
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Beautiful silver and mixed metal vase with raised band of chrysanthemum flowers, comes with original kiri wood tomobako (box), Taisho Period (early 20th century), signed: Shubido. Size: 11 1/4" high
Japanese : Metalwork : Silver : Pre 1900 item #623660
Zentner Collection
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Japanese pair of heavy pure silver vases decorated with incised chrysanthemums, copper overlay on leaves, raised chrysanthemum mon on neck of each vase with gold overlay, Meiji Period (1868-1912), signed: Migen Yoshihiku Koku. Size: 12" high each.
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre 2000 item #622708 (stock #TCR2018)
The Kura
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A spectacular Oribe vase by Usui Kazunari (b. 1954) enclosed in the original signed and stamped wooden box. Sculpted sides flow up and swirl toward a bird-like mouth, five cuts (Zogan) in each individual facet. A very dramatic silhouette lending itself to display with or without flowers. The vase is 14 inches (36 cm) tall, 12 inches (30 cm) long and dates circa 1995. The box is titled Oribe Zogan Kaki. It weighs almost 12 pounds without the box, a sizable piece...
Japanese : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #620935 (stock #606-10)
Gideon Antiques
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This is a striking Japanese Imari porcelain hexagonal plate boldly decorated with an underglaze cobalt blue large scale design reminiscent of a textile pattern, having a broad scalloped border rim, wavy potting on top of plate, very heavy, greige ground color, the base having a single spur mark, measuring 10 in x 11 3/4 in; Original condition, several rim chips.
Japanese : Pre 1900 item #620008
Asian Art By Kyoko
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This kura (saddle) was used in the rituals which took place on the first day of rice planting. The day is called hana-taue (daue), "the flower-rice planting" and it has been practiced in the southern part of Japan. The links to today’s hana-taue is listed at the end...
Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1920 item #618090
Asian Art By Kyoko
Antique aizome (traditional Japanese indigo dye) cloth taken from a Japanese bed comforter, thick cotton, circa Meiji Period (1868-1912). Excellent tapestry material. The condition is excellent; it was in new condition when we purchased. This was just washed (twice by mistake) prior to when the photos were taken. There are minor holes (shown in photo) concentrated on the top right side. Because of the size (62 1/2L x 58"W), the photos were taken from the bottom and sides.
Japanese : Pre 1920 item #616861
Asian Art By Kyoko
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Beautiful Uchikake (formal gown worn over a kosode kimono by the wealthy women of the Edo period) with a pair of peacocks and peonies, "the flowers of riches and honors". I am not sure how this gown was worn- with a loose belt or no belt, with the hem up or down? The gorgeous gowns that I have seen in photos (Mitsui Collection?) were maternity gowns for the Mitsui princess in the late Edo to Meiji period. Their maternity gowns had a skinny belt attached in the back...
Japanese : Pre 1940 item #616083
Asian Art By Kyoko
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Exquisite miniature music instruments in a small doll size, made out of bones (ivory like). They are more elaborate than shown in the photos. Dimensions of the box are 5 5/8” x 3 7/8” x 1 1/8”. Circa, Taisho to early Show period, 1920 to 1940.
Japanese : Textiles : Kimono : Pre 1980 item #615703
Asian Art By Kyoko
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Japanese wedding gown with a pair of oshidori (Mandarin ducks), flowers and maple leaves in the background colors of red and gold. This is a newer gown in very pretty cheerful colors and it's in excellent condition like new.

Dimensions: 51"W x 74 1/2"L

Japanese : Textiles : Kimono : Pre 1980 item #615702
Asian Art By Kyoko
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Japanese Uchikake (wedding gown) in red and soft gold color. Because of the heavy use of silky gold thread in design, the gown, over all, looks orange than red, thick and the liner with the design of chrysanthemums. Approx. 40 to 50 years old), almost in new condition.
Dimensions: 51"W x 70 1/2"L (sleeve 40 1/2")
Japanese : Textiles : Kimono : Pre 1980 item #615701
Asian Art By Kyoko
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Japanese Uchikake (wedding gown) with Imperial Carts, flowers and gold color “maku” (outside cloth divider). The divider is used as a street on this gown leading the wagons to the large area at the bottom half. The background colors from the top are orange, light pink to dark gray at the bottom. The liner is red. The condition is excellent, like new.
53" W x 75 1/2" L (sleeve length 41")
Japanese : Textiles : Kimono : Pre 1960 item #615576
Asian Art By Kyoko
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Japanese silk wedding gown with beautiful embroideries of flowers, cranes and the imperial gosho-carts. This is an older and top quality gown that is probably dated early to mid Showa period, 1930-1950; it belongs somewhere between antique gowns and newer gowns. The quality is different from later Showa period when most of the gowns were made for rental...
Japanese : Ceramics : Earthenware : Pre 2000 item #613839 (stock #TCR1138)
The Kura
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An intriguing lidded bowl patterned with soft blue red and white in the style of traditional hand made temari balls (multicolored silk thread balls) by modern ceramic artist Sato Kazuhiko (b. 1947). The piece is signed on the base and dated 1992, and comes enclosed in the original signed wooden box. Inside the dish is pebble textured stone gray, with a silver tablet fired into the top. A perfect jigsaw cut separates base and cover...
Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1920 item #613815 (stock #MBR1998)
The Kura
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A well detailed frog sends its spirit up in a mass of swirling clouds forming the basin of this unusual 19th century bronze Usubata signed underneath. The signature appears to read Togyokumu-zo, although the third character Mu is fairly illegible. Great face! The total height is 10 inches (25 cm). Width of basin roughly 8 inches (21 cm). Length of frog roughly 7 inches (17 cm) and weighs 2.3 kilograms (about 5 lbs). It is in fine condition.
Japanese : Folk Art : Dolls and Puppets : Pre 1900 item #613211
Asian Art By Kyoko
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Old Japanese doll resembling the Kuge (aristocrat) from the Heian period (794-1185), 16 inches tall. This doll was probably one of the zuishin (imperial guard) dolls for the Hina Festival (Girl’s Day in Japan). His long face mostly resembles the Kyoho-bina which is the imperial pair dolls from the mid Edo period (1603-1868). Considering the quality, size and time (late Edo), this doll must have been made for someone special...
Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1910 item #613088 (stock #MBR1990)
The Kura
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A heavy Meiji period bronze elephant incense burner bearing a large pagoda shaped cover signed Fukui Yoji (Kichishi) Seizo. A brilliant face with long eyebrows over humanistic eyes, the almost comic face framed by large drooping rabbit-like ears. It stands on ball feet with cat-like claws. The deep wrinkles express great respect for the age and wisdom of the mysterious creature. Very detailed, raised dragons decorate a tapestry on its back bordered in etched clouds and frets...
Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1900 item #613038 (stock #MBR1989)
The Kura
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A unique Edo period bronze koro, here we find the Daruma, legendary founder of Zen Buddhism, reclining with a pipe, his robes draping lazily about. In his knee is cut the character Kotobuki (fortune), his hand the handle for this removable lid of the incense chamber. The smoke drifts up through the character, as if coming from the pipe resting on his knee. It seems to have once been covered in lacquer in the style imported by Obaku monks in the 17th century...
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Pre 1960 item #612696 (stock #TCR1983)
The Kura
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A very unusual Kutani vase showing strong Art Deco influence, signed on the base and likely dating from the revival of that style seen in the 1950s. The white porcelain ground is decorated with four stylized tree trunks in overglaze enamels of white, black and various browns, with scattered gold flake between. The vase is 10 inches (25 cm) tall, 5 inches (12 cm) diameter and in excellent condition. Truly a rare find!
 
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