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Japanese Ivory Table Shibayama Screen, Meiji Era
Japanese: Carvings: Ivory Pre 1900: item #1250510
JHivorScreen

 Japanese Ivory Table Shibayama Screen, Meiji Era
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Heirloom Estate Services
Raleigh, NC, USA



$1,950  

A Japanese 4 panel ivory tsuitate (table screen)inlaid in Shibayama-style with mother-of-pearl, tortoise shell, and stained carved ivory to create scenes consisting of birds and flowers. Silvered metal mounts. Condition is good with some traces of old glue slightly visible and a few elements missing. Measures 7 1/5" high x 12 1/2" wide.

Great Japanese Satsuma Incense Burner
Japanese: Ceramics: Earthenware Pre 1900: item #1250498
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Great Japanese Satsuma Incense Burner
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Golden Age Antiques
tele:530.222.5338



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This is an exceptional early Japanese satsuma koro. The raised enamel and gold work are fabulous. Amazingly the condition is like new. The Koro is 5 1/2 inches wide and stands 5 1/4 inches tall. It is signed but at this time we do not know the signature. The bottom of the feet have felt applied so it will not scratch wood and glass surfaces.

Lobed Japanese Satsuma Koro by Kinkozan
Japanese: Ceramics: Earthenware Pre 1900: item #1250486

Lobed Japanese Satsuma Koro by Kinkozan
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The Ivory Tower, Inc.
tel.201-670-6191



S-O-L-D  

Of lobed form, this koro is decorated with a series of fan shaped scenes surrounded by gilt and enamel floral designs. With pierced vents on the cover and signed Kinkozan in gilt on the underside. Dimensions: 4"H x 4.5"W. Circa 1890 and in excellent condition.

Antique Japanese Taiko Drum
Japanese: Folk Art Pre 1920: item #1250474

Antique Japanese Taiko Drum
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The Zentner Collection
510-653-5181



 

Antique Japanese taiko drum, made from keyaki wood, with an iron handle on its front and iron studding to keep the drum skins into place. Taiko drums are said to have originated when the Shinto goddess of sunlight, Amaterasu, locked herself away in a cave when her brother, Susanoo, god of the sea and storms, became enraged and created havoc on dry land. The other gods became fearful that life on Earth would eventually die from lack of sunlight and tried desperately to get Amaterasu to emerge. Fi... Click for details

Large Japanese 17th Cent. Early Arita Bowl with Mark
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1700: item #1250441
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Large Japanese 17th Cent. Early Arita Bowl with Mark
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Brian Page Antiques
Tel: 01273 622152



 

Fine & Rare Large Japanese 17th Century Early Arita Blue & White Porcelain Bowl with Mark

Japanese blue & white porcelain production did not start until into the 17th century and early examples are particularly rare and difficult to find. Many examples of this period were influenced by the designs of Chinese Ming Dynasty & Transitional porcelain of the same period and can often be mistaken as such. ... Click for details


Fine & Rare Large Japanese 17th Cent. Early Arita Bowl
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1700: item #1250438
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Fine & Rare Large Japanese 17th Cent. Early Arita Bowl
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Brian Page Antiques
Tel: 01273 622152



 

Fine & Rare Large Japanese 17th Century Early Arita Blue & White Porcelain Bowl

Japanese blue & white porcelain production did not start until into the 17th century and early examples are particularly rare and difficult to find. Many examples of this period were influenced by the designs of Chinese Ming Dynasty & Transitional porcelain of the same period and can often be mistaken as such. ... Click for details


Rare Japanese 17th Cent. Early Arita Blue & White Bowl
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1700: item #1250437
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Rare Japanese 17th Cent. Early Arita Blue & White Bowl
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Brian Page Antiques
Tel: 01273 622152



 

Rare Japanese 17th Century Early Arita Blue & White Porcelain Bowl with Mark

Japanese blue & white porcelain production did not start until into the 17th century and early examples are particularly rare and difficult to find. Many examples of this period were influenced by the designs of Chinese Ming Dynasty & Transitional porcelain of the same period and can often be mistaken as such. ... Click for details


Rare Japanese 17th Century Early Kakiemon Enamelled Box
Japanese: Ceramics: Porcelain Pre 1700: item #1250434
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Rare Japanese 17th Century Early Kakiemon Enamelled Box
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Brian Page Antiques
Tel: 01273 622152



 

Rare Japanese 17th Century Early Kakiemon Enamelled Porcelain Covered Box

This early and very rare Kakiemon porcelain box was made during the mid to late 1600s. It is coated in a clear glaze that has a pale green tint where it has pooled inside the box. It has been decorated with green, red and blue enamels that have deteriorated due to long burial (this box having been excavated from a land site in Southeast Asia).  ... Click for details


Large Ceramic Bowl, Meiji p. Signed Shasosai
Japanese: Ceramics: Stoneware Pre 1920: item #1250384
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Large Ceramic Bowl, Meiji p. Signed Shasosai
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The Kura
tel.81-75-201-3497



Sold, Thank you!  

A deep e-karatsu bowl dating from the Meiji period depicting a garden scene of stones and bamboo signed Shasosai. The poem reads: “Kinpu, Gyokuro, Keika, Kaiki Kotsuki Kuru, Shokyo Shin Gei Ya.”
Golden wind, Jade dew, Winter Chrysanthemum, A large moon blossoms beautiful, The light assailing my pillow at night. The first three lines here are translated literally, but are also a play on the names of exalted green ... Click for details

Ohi Choraku VIII Modern Ash Glaze Open Vase
Japanese: Ceramics: Stoneware Pre 1980: item #1250314
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Ohi Choraku VIII Modern Ash Glaze Open Vase
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Modern Japanese Ceramics
075-201-3497



950.00  

A large Tennen-yu Natural Ash glazed vase by Ohi Choraku enclosed in the original signed wooden box. Monumental in construction and dating from an era of experimentation in the mid to late 20th century, the piece has solid walls an inch thick with a copper insert custom fitted; it would make a great wine cooler. It is 25 cm (10 inches) diameter, 22 cm (9 inches) tall and weighs 6.5 kg (14 lbs) plus the box. Although the Ohii Chozaemon line was broken once, it was revived by Choraku, grandson... Click for details

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