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GENUINE Full Size Japanese BUNRAKU Theater Puppet
Japanese: Folk Art: Dolls and Puppets Pre 1960: item #488671
MOR17111

GENUINE Full Size Japanese BUNRAKU Theater Puppet
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



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This important Full size Bunraku puppet was formerly in the collection of the National Bunraku Theater, Osaka, where we picked it up from an employee. A lovely version of the female character Osome dressed in a silk kimono with elaborate head dress dating from the early to mid 20th century. The doll is fully mobile, controlled from within by switches on her neck and on poles extending from her arms. She stands almost 4 feet (119 cm) tall, and comes complete with a bamboo display stand as pictu... Click for details

Pair of Japanese Kakiemon Imari Vases, Meiji
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1920: item #488623
2B-778

Pair of Japanese Kakiemon Imari Vases, Meiji
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B & C ANTIQUES
203-929-7312



$950 for Pair  

These classic Arita porcelain vases in desirable fluted double gourd form are painstakingly decorated in Kakiemon style with soft overglaze enamels. Meiji period (1868-1920). The base bears a red “fuku” (good fortune or happiness) mark. The front of each vase is finely hand painted in the traditional Kakiemon palette of iron red, blue, green, aubergine and gold enamels over a clear bright white glaze. The elegant brushwork decoration includes a long-tailed ho-o bird (phoenix) and other small bir... Click for details

Kashigata, gourds and text, Japan, early 20th c.
Japanese: Folk Art: Utilitarian Accessories Pre 1930: item #488330
10392

Kashigata, gourds and text, Japan, early 20th c.
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Welcome To Another Century
212-696-0585



$ 40  

Cookie mold with two-sided use. On one side three gourds. On the other side four molds for cakes with the text daishi (great master). Japan, Taisho period.
Length 11 1/2 in. (29.8 cm).
Hole for hanging device in handle, otherwise excellent condition.

Three tanzaku paintings, Japan, mid 20th century
Japanese: Paintings: Other Pre 1960: item #488302
10391

Three tanzaku paintings, Japan, mid 20th century
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Welcome To Another Century
212-696-0585



$ 150  

Three small paintings in tanzaku format, painted for the New Year. Dragon in thunder clouds. Black ink and some red color on paper with golden background. Reverse of tanzaku speckled with gold flakes. Bamboo stalk. Black ink and brown color on paper with silver background. Reverse of tanzaku speckled with gold flakes. Torii in the snow with birds. Black ink on extremely thin sheet of wood. All signed and sealed, by different artists, or rather amateur painters. All dated on the back in pencil: 4... Click for details

A Pair of Satsuma Dishes - Tanzan – Meiji
Japanese: Ceramics: Earthenware Pre 1900: item #488086
COLL1099-A13

A Pair of Satsuma Dishes -  Tanzan – Meiji
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



$595.00  

A nice clean pair of late Meiji dishes with complimentary scenes – the first with a scene of two pine trees against a background of clouds and mountains - in the middle is a long footbridge with travelers crossing the bridge. The second dish has a different scene of several trees with foothills and a long bridge in the background. Both of the dishes have a border of stylized flowers and chidori birds (plovers). Each bears the mark of the noted Satsuma artist – Tanzan – against a solid black grou... Click for details

Zushi with figure of Myoken bosatsu, Japan, 19th c.
Japanese: Sculpture: Wood Pre 1900: item #487852
10382

Zushi with figure of Myoken bosatsu, Japan, 19th c.
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Welcome To Another Century
212-696-0585



$ 1,800  

Shrine with sculpture of the bodhisattva Myoken, deity of the Polar Star and of the Big Dipper. He is dressed in Chinese garment, standing on the back of a dragon like turtle, holding an enormous sword. Behind his back a nimbus with seven discs, representing the seven stars of the Big Dipper. To the left the head of a snake pops out of nowhere. (Originally the you may find Myoken with turtle and snake or two turtles.) Japan, Edo period, 19th century.... Click for details

Japanese circa 1900 Bizen Ware Flower Holder
Japanese: Ceramics: Stoneware Pre 1920: item #487829
BM-70

Japanese circa 1900 Bizen Ware Flower Holder
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Oriental Treasure Box
619-221-9071



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Japanese circa 1900 Bizen ware hanging or sitting flower holder in the shape of the moon with the design of a rabbit jumping over the waves done in high relief. The stamp of the artist (illegible) is on the bottom of the back side of the holder. The holder measures 8" in diameter and stands 7" tall. Chain in no included.

Japanese Single Kiriwood Matsumoto Tansu
Japanese: Furniture: Tansu Pre 1920: item #487811
OK-6

Japanese Single Kiriwood Matsumoto Tansu
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Oriental Treasure Box
619-221-9071



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Japanese single Kiriwood Matsumoto Tansu chest. The chest measures 41" tall by 34 1/4" wide by 18" deep. Comes with keys.

Japanese Circa 1900 2 Piece Kiriwood Tansu Chest
Japanese: Furniture: Tansu Pre 1920: item #487806
G-17

Japanese Circa 1900 2 Piece Kiriwood Tansu Chest
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Oriental Treasure Box
619-221-9071



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Japanese circa 1900 2 piece Kiriwood Tansu chest. The chest measures 45 1/4" tall by 34" wide by 17 1/2" deep. Comes with keys.

Japanese Circa 1900 Kiriwood Tansu Chest
Japanese: Furniture: Tansu Pre 1920: item #487798
G-12

Japanese Circa 1900 Kiriwood Tansu Chest
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Oriental Treasure Box
619-221-9071



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Japanese circa 1900 Kiriwood Tansu chest. The top and bottom parts measure about 20" tall, 37" wide by 16 34" deep. Comes with keys.

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