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Stone Jizo Bosatsu Bodhisattva Mid-Edo 18 c.
Japanese: Sculpture: Other Pre 1800: item #1224800
523

Stone Jizo Bosatsu Bodhisattva Mid-Edo 18 c.
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Antique Stones Japan
+81-3-3352-3799



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Standing Jizo Bosatsu, the hands forming the gassho adoration mudra, figurally sculpted from a granular igneous stone. Mid-Edo Period ca. 1725. Minor old loss, with softening of the lines and contours overall.

Height: 36 cm
Width: 12.5 cm
Depth: 10.5 cm... Click for details


Yozan - Nakazato Suetaro Japanese Hirado Vase
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1960: item #1224783

Yozan - Nakazato Suetaro Japanese Hirado Vase
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Nakazato Suetaro (Yozan) (1897 - 1991)

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Tsuchiya Koitsu Woodblock Print - Atami SOLD
Japanese: Woodblock Prints Pre 1940: item #1224741
Koitsu 187

Tsuchiya Koitsu Woodblock Print - Atami SOLD
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Era Woodblock Prints
416-553-6529



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Tsuchiya Koitsu
A Midnight Scene at Atami, Famous Spa.
Date: 1939
Publisher: Baba Nobuhiko. Pre-war.
Oban: Approximately 14.75 x 10.25 inches.... Click for details

Seiji Imari Porcelain Rinka Syle Shallow Bowl Edo
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1900: item #1224717
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Seiji Imari Porcelain Rinka Syle Shallow Bowl Edo
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B & C ANTIQUES
203-929-7312



$295  

This sophisticated example of Japanese Arita blue and white porcelain with a celadon border is known as “Seiji Imari.” It dates to the Edo period, late 18th/early 19th century. The heavily potted dish has a fluted “rinka” (flower petal) style rim which is molded and glazed in pale celadon on both the front and back sides. The lip is gilded. The interior contains a meticulously hand painted central medallion depicting a landscape scene with pine, plum blossom and bamboo -- the “three friends” or ... Click for details

Japanese Silk Hakama Pants
Japanese: Textiles: Kimono Pre 1980: item #1224621

Japanese Silk Hakama Pants
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



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Japanese pair of traditional hakama pants, nicely pleated, subtle stripped pattern, Taisho/Showa Period. 37 1/2" long (including back board).

Japanese Haori Coat in Black and Red
Japanese: Textiles: Kimono Pre 1980: item #1224618

Japanese Haori Coat in Black and Red
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Japanese haori coat, red and white designs on black, interior has beautiful tie dyed silk and ties. Showa Period Size: 29" high x 48 1/2" wide

Japanese Set of 4 Kutani Porcelain Covered Rice Bowls
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1920: item #1224573

Japanese Set of 4 Kutani Porcelain Covered Rice Bowls
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



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Set of 5 Japanese porcelain rice bowls with covers, Kutani ware, painted with patterns of leave, swirling clouds and golden chimera, all five bowl the same size, mark on bottom, Taisho Period. Size of each bowl: 2 1/2" high x 4 1/2" wide

Meiji Indigo Cotton Katazome NarumiKongata Ryoumenzome
Japanese: Textiles Pre 1900: item #1224478

Meiji Indigo Cotton Katazome NarumiKongata  Ryoumenzome
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Japanese Antique & Textile saiyuu2
81-75-532-1051



$350.00  

This is cloth of indigo dyeing cotton made in Aichi in the Meiji era. It colors the both sides (Ryoumensome) with the same paper pattern. Ryoumensome could use both sides, but the quantity of the work of the dyeing was double. Most Katazome dyes only one side. Because a craftsmAn imitated Shibori of the Narumi district, this Katazome is called NarumiKongata. And Narumikongata expresses delicate rhythm of Sibori smart in Katazome. There are no damage and stain. It is spun by Hand and dyed with an... Click for details

Meiji Indigo Tutugaki Katazome Sirusi-Hanten Baby rare
Japanese: Textiles Pre 1900: item #1224470

Meiji Indigo Tutugaki Katazome Sirusi-Hanten  Baby rare
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Japanese Antique & Textile saiyuu2
81-75-532-1051



$120.00  

This is Sirusi-Hanten for babies made in the Meiji era. This is woven with a cotton thread dyed with an indigo plant and it is made indigo dyeing in Katazome. The part of the letter is dyed in Tutugaki. Most of Sirusi-Hanten of the baby might not be made in the Meiji era. Therefore it is very rare. The cotton is spun by hand. It is dyed with a natural indigo plant. There is not the damage and stain. Size: 42cm x 59cm (16.5 "x 23.2")

Edo Thick indigo Cotton Tutugaki Crane crest Yogi Thick
Japanese: Textiles Pre 1837 VR: item #1224364

Edo Thick indigo Cotton Tutugaki Crane crest Yogi Thick
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Japanese Antique & Textile saiyuu2
81-75-532-1051



$380.00  

This is cotton Yogi of the Tohoku district (Shonai area) of the end of the Edo era. This has a very big crest of a simple crane and is impressive. A rich farming family used this for a visitor. As for this, dark indigo dyeing and the contrast with the crest of a white crane are very impressive. The indigo dyeing that is dark like a sumi black is a characteristic of Tutugaki of Shonai. The people of Shonai chose dark indigo dyeing to use good Yogi for a long time carefully. The cotton is a thic... Click for details

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