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Japanese Girl Ichimatsu Doll
Japanese: Folk Art: Dolls and Puppets Pre 1940: item #169496
4-187A6

Japanese Girl Ichimatsu Doll
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203-929-7312



 

Charming “Ichimatsu ningyo” or “Yamato ningyo” doll created in the 1920’s or early 1930’s. This endearing little girl has a soft well-rounded face, an appealing gentle expression, and a sweet serene composure. She has a flesh colored complexion, long thick black hair, brown glass inset eyes, wide brush-stroked eyebrows, handpainted lower eyelashes and a closed soft smile. Her arms are attached to her paper-wrapped torso with fabric, and her face, arms and legs have a rich gofun (crushed oyster ... Click for details

Japanese Boy Ichimatsu Doll
Japanese: Folk Art: Dolls and Puppets Pre 1940: item #169237
4-188

Japanese Boy Ichimatsu Doll
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203-929-7312



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Enchanting “Ichimatsu ningyo” or “Yamato ningyo” doll created in the 1920’s or early 1930’s. This endearing little boy has a soft well-rounded face, an appealing gentle expression, and a sweet serene composure. He has a flesh colored complexion, painted hair, brown glass inset eyes, wide brush-stroked eyebrows, finely handpainted lower eyelashes and a closed soft smile. His arms are attached to his paper-wrapped torso with fabric, and his face, arms and legs have a rich gofun (crushed oyster sh... Click for details

KAMAKURA p Japanese ENSO ZEN SCROLL, RENSHABO
Japanese: Paintings: Scrolls Pre 1700: item #169072
ALR883

KAMAKURA p Japanese ENSO ZEN SCROLL, RENSHABO
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



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An Kamakura period Enso-ga in cream-colored patterned brocade with maple brown extensions and featuring rosewood rollers signed Renshabo. Renshabo was a high ranking samurai named Jiro Naozane and confidant of 13th century General Minamoto no Yoritomo. After losing a son at the battle of Ichinotani, and killing the great Heike warrior Atsumori, he became saddened by Bushido (the way of the warrior) and became a disciple of the priest Honen Jonin in Kurodani, Kyoto, whereupon he was given the n... Click for details

Japanese Reed Fusuma (Sliding Doors)
Japanese: Furniture: Dividers Pre 1910: item #168849
08-45

Japanese Reed Fusuma (Sliding Doors)
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Silk Road Gallery
(203) 208-0771



$650  

Sliding reed doors such as these late Meiji Period fusuma were used in Japan during the hot summer months to replace shoji screens and solid doors. The reeds allowed cooling breezes to circulate yet afforded privacy. On these doors, the reeds are carefully arranged so the darker areas form a wave pattern. They are held in place by horizontal strips of bamboo on one side and kiri wood on the other. The frame and top portion of the doors are made of light-weight kiri wood. Doors play an important ... Click for details

Rare Documentary Bronze BUDDHA 17C
Japanese: Sculpture: Bronze Pre 1700: item #168777
2840

Rare Documentary Bronze BUDDHA 17C
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Hawkes, Asian Art
+44 (0) 1984 633813



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A RARE DOCUMENTARY JAPANESE BRONZE INFANT BUDDHA, 17TH CENTURY OR EARLIER.

The infant Buddha stood with one hand pointing heavenwards and the other to the earth. The figure is made using the lost wax method and unusually the wax figure was inscribed on the back before the bronze replaced the wax in the mould. I have liberally sprinkled the calligraphy with talc to make it show in the photographs, it will brush... Click for details


Art Deco Kinkozan Pottery Vase
Japanese: Ceramics: Earthenware Pre 1950: item #168274
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Art Deco Kinkozan Pottery Vase
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Ichiban Japanese and Oriental Antiques
203.272.7392



 

Unusual Japanese studio pottery vase in the art deco style bearing a mark which we believe to be that of the famed Kinkozan studio. It is possible this was one of the Satsuma blanks imported in the 1920's and 1930's for decoration by American pottery painters after their sources of blanks from Germany were depleted. The potting on the piece is superb with a look that resembles that of English Poole Pottery. There is on tiny star line on the base that came from a pin prick firing fault and does n... Click for details

ANTIQUE Japanese NANGA SUMI-E SCREEN, KEISEN
Japanese: Paintings: Screens Pre 1920: item #168097
ANR878

ANTIQUE Japanese NANGA SUMI-E SCREEN, KEISEN
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



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A fine early 20th century literati landscape by prominent artist Ikeda Keisen (1863-1932) in which a scholar and luggage bearer drawn with delicate precision walk toward a thatch roofed hut perched on the shores of a large lake, the scene hemmed in by clouds of fine gold flake. Massive rock formations and gnarly plum scratched in dark ink pull the eye hither and thither across the painted surface, constantly drawing attention to new aspects and details. The scene is bordered with a thin band o... Click for details

Japanese Meiji Black Inaba Cloisonne Box Bird Flowers
Japanese: Enamel: Cloisonne Pre 1900: item #167721

Japanese Meiji Black Inaba Cloisonne Box Bird Flowers
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Petrie-Rogers Gallery
(520) 293-8355



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Superb condition Japanese Inaba cloisonne dresser box finely decorated with a single bird in flight among iris and chrysanthemum flowers and rockery set against a midnight black ground. The bottom is decorated with scrolling wires against a matte black ground. The scrolling wire pattern continues on the sides and is accented with small daisies. The interior is a textured silvered surface. The rims are also silver in color. The box dates from the late 19th to early 20th century and measures ... Click for details

Signed Black and Gold Lacquer Comb, Meiji
Japanese: Lacquer: Accessories Pre 1910: item #167312
SB-26

Signed  Black and Gold Lacquer Comb, Meiji
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This lovely Japanese tortoise shell comb (“kushi”) is painstakingly decorated on both sides with gold takamakie (raised lacquer) on a black lacquer ground. Signed “Gyoku Kou.” Meiji period (1868-1912). The fine repeating design of rolling gold waves is juxtaposed against two floral medallions on this simple yet elegant comb. There is even an iridescent sprinkling of inlaid agaoi (abalone shell) representing dew drops on the leaves of the flowers. ... Click for details

Joichi Hoshi Woodblock Print - Evening
Japanese: Woodblock Prints Pre 1970: item #165521
130656

Joichi Hoshi Woodblock Print - Evening
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Floating World Gallery
312-587-7800



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Pencil signed Japanese woodblock print by Joichi Hoshi (1913-1979), titled "Evening", 1974. This design is illustrated at plate 317 in the Hoshi Tree Catalogue.

The image measures approximately 9 5/8 x 4 7/8 inches, plus margins. It is in fine condition, with only light thinning at center of reverse top margin to note.


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