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Vintage Japanese Kokeshi Dolls
Japanese: Folk Art: Dolls and Puppets Pre 1960: item #1219349

Vintage Japanese Kokeshi Dolls
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Guillermina Oriental Arts and Antiques
(510) 237-0036



$45 for the pair  

Vintage Japanese Kokeshi Dolls Vibrant Kokeshi couple with joyful expressions. Kokeshi are traditional handcrafted wooden dolls made throughout Japan. These came from in the northern (Tohoku) region of Japan. Circa 1950-60. Excellent condition. Male: 3.25" tall x 1.75" wide; Female: 3.5" tall x 1.5" wide.

Vintage Japanese Kokeshi Dolls
Japanese: Folk Art: Dolls and Puppets Pre 1960: item #1219348

Vintage Japanese Kokeshi Dolls
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Guillermina Oriental Arts and Antiques
(510) 237-0036



$35 for the pair  

Endearing Kokeshi couple with nodding heads; bodies decorated with painted blossoms. Kokeshi are traditional handcrafted wooden dolls made throughout Japan. These came from in the northern (Tohoku) region of Japan. Circa 1950-60, good condition. Male: 3.25" tall x 1.25" wide; Female: 3" tall x 1.25" wide.

Vintage Japapense Ittobori Owl
Japanese: Folk Art: Handicrafts Pre 1960: item #1219347

Vintage Japapense Ittobori Owl
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Guillermina Oriental Arts and Antiques
(510) 237-0036



$45  

Delightful, brightly painted Ittobori owl. Ittobori, or "one-cut", refers to the technique used to carve these toys from one single piece of wood. Circa 1960, excellent condition, with original box. Measures 1.25" wide x 3.75" tall x 1.5" deep.

Edo samurai shijira Noshime silk indigo dye kimono
Japanese: Textiles Pre 1837 VR: item #1219312

Edo samurai shijira Noshime silk indigo dye kimono
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Japanese Antique & Textile saiyuu2
81-75-532-1051



$680.00  

This is shijira Noshime kimono of the samurais with luster dyed with an indigo plant of nature of the Edo era. This has two places of small holes and thin stain This Nosime features deep indigo dyeing with clean luster and Kasuri of transparent blue. In this way, Nosime of the indigo dyeing of Sijira with the luster is rare. This was made in Kyoto and was used in Akita. Size 141cm x 132cm (55.5 x 51.9)

Vintage Japanese Seto Ware Tea Caddy Chaki
Japanese: Tea Articles: Pottery Pre 1950: item #1219309

Vintage Japanese Seto Ware Tea Caddy Chaki
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Shippodo
1-510-780-6761



$1200  

Traditionally, Seto ware are often emulating the tenmoku glazes or the traditional colors developed during the warring states period (c. 1560-1590) when tea became increasingly popular among the ruling warrior class. This tea container is rather unusual where the piece contains an interesting combination of mottled colors of navy blue, caramel brown, and slight yellows. The work has a wooden lid, unlike the traditional white bone lids used in chaire. The wooden lids appears to be used often with... Click for details

Rare Japanese Edo SHUNGA Porcelain Okimono
Japanese: Ceramics Pre 1910: item #1219308

Rare Japanese Edo SHUNGA Porcelain Okimono
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AAantiques Japanese Arts
(301) 442-2962



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Rare Japanese Edo Period (first part 19th century) Porcelain SHUNGA Okimono of a laying woman with her hand in a "funny" position. Please see the pictures. The Okimono is in original condition with no damages and no losses; there are a few original bake imperfections over the bottom only. Serious Shunga collectors welcome. 8 1/2" long x 4 3/4" tall 6 1/2" wide.

Japanese Bronze Vase by Etsuzan
Japanese: Tea Articles: Metalwork Pre 1980: item #1219301

Japanese Bronze Vase by Etsuzan
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Jack Nelis Asian Antiques
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Crane neck vase. H. 31 cm. Showa period (1926-1989). Signed on the underside. Good condition, original tomobako.

Japanese Bronze Vase by Hasegawa Yoshihisa (1928-2002)
Japanese: Metalwork: Bronze Pre 1970: item #1219298

Japanese Bronze Vase by Hasegawa Yoshihisa (1928-2002)
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Jack Nelis Asian Antiques
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H. 18,6 cm. Made ca. 1960. Very good condition, unusual golden marbled patina. No tomobako. Hasegawa Yoshihisa's work was exhibited and prized at the Nitten, Kofukai-ten, Nihon Gendai Kogei Ten (National Modern Craft Exhibition) and Shin Gokei Ten (National New Crafts Exhibition) and received a top prize at the Yamagata Ken-ten in 1966. His works were purchased by the ministry of foreign affairs as gifts to foreign dignitaries and his work was exhibited worldwide.

Japanese Vase by Hasegawa Gasen
Japanese: Metalwork: Bronze Pre 1980: item #1219293

Japanese Vase by Hasegawa Gasen
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Jack Nelis Asian Antiques
+31703656610



 

Bronze vase with a green, brown and black marbled patina. Made ca. 1972. Marked on the underside with a seal mark. H. 17,5 cm. Good condition. Original signed Tomobako. Because of the outstanding quality this vase was rewarded by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in 1972. Hasegawa Gasen was one of the great pre-war metal artists whose work was largely collected by the Imperial household and a dominant figure in the mid 20th century Japanese bronze work. Father of Hasegawa Yoshihisa (... Click for details

Japanese Vase by Gyokusendo V (1901-1992)
Japanese: Tea Articles: Metalwork Pre 1970: item #1219288

Japanese Vase by Gyokusendo V (1901-1992)
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Jack Nelis Asian Antiques
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Vase of hand-beaten copper (completely seamless) with a hammered silver inlay called 'Yumomiji'or evening maple leaf. H. 19 cm, diameter 17 cm. Condition: minor dent, otherwise perfect. Gyukusendo is one of the oldest copper manufacturers in Japan (founded 1816) and is recognized as the 'Intangible National Cultural Properties of Japan'and the 'Living Intangible National Cultural Treasures of Japan'. Starting with the Vienna Exposition in 1873 the products of the Gyokusendo family have been e... Click for details

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