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MEIJI period Japanese IRON TEA POT
Japanese: Tea Articles: Metalwork Pre 1920: item #195365
MOR1008

MEIJI period Japanese IRON TEA POT
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



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A pleasant hand forged iron kettle dating from the late 19th century with a Hirute style handle arching up over the heavy signed bronze lid. It measures 6 inches (15 cm) in diameter, 7-3/4 inches (20 cm) to the top of the handle. The pot is in very good condition, with only minor surface rust inside.

Gin Bari Vase - Fleur de Lis on Black Ground
Japanese: Enamel: Cloisonne Pre 1920: item #195238
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Gin Bari Vase - Fleur de Lis on Black Ground
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



 

Late Meiji standard and gin bari cloisonne vase. Covered with iridescent primary, green and blue shades, with purple, pink, and white accents. A most unusual design in the form of four fleur de lis between two bands of green/blue ginbari dots. Not signed. It is in excellent condition - one tiny dimple that does not break the surface - no chips, cracks, dings, no enamel loss, definitely well cared for. Measures 5 1/8" tall and is 2 1/4" diameter at the shoulder. We date this piece from the ear... Click for details

MINIATURE Japanese ZEN TEA HOUSE AND GARDEN
Japanese: Folk Art: Handicrafts Pre 1960: item #195231
MOR1007

MINIATURE Japanese ZEN TEA HOUSE AND GARDEN
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



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Pictured here is a lovely hand made miniature Zen Teahouse of extreme detail. It is made with traditional materials, from the real cedar bark roof to the chirimen silk zabuton pillows on the tatami floor. Even the back is fully finished. The sliding side door works, allowing light to fall softly into the alcove in which hangs a scroll. Flat stones act as steps into the sliding door, and a bamboo spigot stands for water outside. The tiny building is 12 by 9-1/2 by 8 inches (30 x 24 x 21 cm) ... Click for details

Samurai General Doll
Japanese: Folk Art: Dolls and Puppets Pre 1940: item #193546

Samurai General Doll
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Asian Art By Kyoko
562-902-0625



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This is Taisho Ningyo for Japanese Boy’s Day on May 5th often acompanied by a retainer doll. Being Taisho means to be The General in this case (not Taisho period) and The Ningyo means the Doll. Many Taisho General and hero dolls have been made for centuries to be displayed along with Kabuto, Yoroi and other armor for the day. They were often given as a gift by the family members to the boy’s family. The writings on the box are Taisho Ningyo, made/purchased in the June of 1931, 6th yea... Click for details

MASSIVE SIGNED Japanese BUDDHIST PRAYER BELL
Japanese: Furniture: Accessories Pre 1960: item #192978
MOR1002

MASSIVE SIGNED Japanese BUDDHIST PRAYER BELL
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



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A gargantuan hand formed Buddhist prayer bell resting upon a brocade pillow set in an ornate red lacquered wooden stand with gold accents complete with leather wrapped striker dating from the first half of the 20th century. Along the rim of the bell is the word Te-Uchi (hand formed) and the signature Seiryu. It has a very pleasant ring. The bell is just under a foot (29 cm) in diameter, and arranged the set stands 21 inches (52.5 cm) tall.

Pretty Japanese Makie Lacquer Tray w/Bird & Sakura 19c
Japanese: Tea Articles: Lacquer Pre 1910: item #192972
02891

Pretty Japanese Makie Lacquer Tray w/Bird & Sakura 19c
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SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
Phone: 972-270-3960



Sale $120.00, itme was $290.00  

The size of Lacquer Tray: 12 5/8" L x 8" W x 1 1/4" H. Pretty Japanese Antique Lacquer Tray(Obon). The side of tray has beautiful detail Karakusa pattern. The center of tray with Sakura(Cherry blossoms) with bird(Uguisu). The shape of tray is little different than normal. The center area of each side are little rouned rather than straight lines. It is purposely made that way. The thickness of tray are in 1/8" finely made. The condition of tray excellent for the age except noting left side bottom... Click for details

WILD VINTAGE Japanese DARUMA SCROLL, GOZAN
Japanese: Paintings: Scrolls Pre 1960: item #192105
ANR998

WILD VINTAGE Japanese DARUMA SCROLL, GOZAN
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



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An erratic mid 20th century Daruma painting signed Gozan in the original signed wooden box; the almost frenzied aspect of the brushwork balanced with the morose look on the legendary figures face. Of course, the Daruma is the founder of Zen Buddhism, and is attributed by the Chinese as the originator of Shao-Lin Kung-Fu. We have been unable to find any information on Gozan; however the name (five mountains) is certainly that of a priest (as originally in Japan the five main sects of Buddhism w... Click for details

Buddhist Carved NIO, Signed, 19C.
Japanese: Sculpture: Wood Pre 1900: item #191521
2944

 Buddhist Carved NIO, Signed, 19C.
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Hawkes, Asian Art
+44 (0) 1984 633813



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A PAIR OF JAPANESE BOXWOOD CARVINGS OF THE BUDDHIST NIO, SIGNED KOGETSU, 19TH CENTURY.

This pair of figures represent the Heavenly Kings (Nio) who stand guard at the gates of Japanese Buddhist temples and protect the temple from evil spirits. It is believed that the fiery pair protected Buddha when he travelled in India.

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Japanese Bamboo Ikebana Basket
Japanese: Folk Art: Utilitarian Accessories Pre 1950: item #190661
HA-403

Japanese Bamboo Ikebana Basket
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Hanakago Antiques
Tel(303) 938-8989



$1,500

Hanakago Antiques is currently offering a 25% Discount off the listed price on all items.  


The classic form of this early to mid-1900’s ikebana basket with arched handle is enhanced with split bamboo-root which has been woven vertically into the body of the basket. Strips of rattan have been woven horizontally. Good condition with a rattan strip missing at the base rim. Dimensions: 19” x 8”

Kenzan Style Dish in Molded Rectangular Form
Japanese: Ceramics: Earthenware Pre 1900: item #190438
SB-29

Kenzan Style Dish in Molded Rectangular Form
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B & C ANTIQUES
203-929-7312



 

This rectangular earthenware Kyo-yaki (Kyoto ware) dish in Kenzan style has been boldly decorated with blossoming plum branches on a cobalt blue and buff crackle-glazed ground. Edo period, early 19th century. The unglazed base is signed “Kenzan.” The short sides of the dish, which are also glazed in similar colors, have an iron oxide brown lip rim. The iron brown and cobalt blue enamels are freely painted beneath a glossy transparent glaze. There is a short inscription in cobalt blue in the uppe... Click for details

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