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Boss of the craftsman of the Edo era wore this in a ceremony. This uses thick cotton spun by hand of the indigo dyeing. And this does delicate embroidery by silk thread. This has four places of raveling of a few thread and there is one place of tear of 1cm under the collar letter. However, the state is good. This is a very rare dyeing and weaving product of the Edo eraĀ in the common peopleĀ. Size 89cm x 132cm Ā(35.03"x Ā51.96")
This is an upper child kimono of the Shonai district (Yamagata). It features blue dyeing and beautiful Tutugaki The Yuzen process of the freehand drawing is beautiful, this is thick cotton spun by hand. And crane and tortoises of the freehand drawing run well too. Lining is cotton dyed with rouge made specially in Yamagata. There are four stains of approximately 1cm (figure 1). There are two places extremely thin stain (figure 2). And there is one place of old rectification (figure 3). You...
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This is Tsutsugaki used in the Tohoku district. This was dyed with an indigo plant. As for it, dark blue and light blue contrast are fair. The cotton spun by hand has good texture. The local custom, the way of thinking affect the motif of Tsutsugaki. It is a very rare thing to adjust the hanging scroll of the letter to a theme happy. It is simple and sturdy, and this area assumes rusticity economy the history. There are two places of small stains. The others do not have any problem. Size: 152cm...
This is an indigo dyeing cotton kimono used in Kyoto. As for this, cotton is spun by hand. This cotton is thick. This is dyed with a beautiful natural indigo plant. This indigo plant is a good indigo plant cultivated in Kyoto. This has a few stains to a chest and a collar, but does not stand out. This is the very good state that does not include damage. Size 132cm X 118cm (51.9 "X 46.4 Āg)
This is a very rare child kimono used for Meiji in Kyoto. This is dyed in natural indigo plant and Benibana. This is colored the both sides into in Katozome. This hemp is spun by hand. This has five places of small stains, but does not stand out. There is no damage really. The state is complete. Size 123cmx 121cm (38.1 "x 38.9 Āg)
This is Kazri-Mino of an vintage folk handicraft used in the Tohoku district. This is made of the epidermis of the tree of Shina and the seaweed which were completely dried. As for this, the decoration around the neck is made in Koyori-Paper. This is an item of the 20th century. This does not have stain damage. Size 127cm x 44cm (50 "x 17.3")
This is the kimono which Tsumugi-Silk and Chirimen-Silk of Edo period were used for. Both silk is spun by hand. As for this, a green part is Tsumugi-silk. A part dyed with an indigo plant is Chirimen-silk. The inside of the sleeve is Yamamayu-chirimen dyed with an indigo plant. This is Katazome with both. This has a stain dirt of the aging on several places and the cuffs inward, but does not stand out. This does not have damage, and the state is complete. Size 132cm x 126cm (51.9 "x 49.6 Āg))...
Japanese antique old EdoĀ era silk Tie-dye shibori benibana-dye kimonoi.It is a very good condition.It does not have a stain and the damage.size:Length 147cm (57.8inch) sleeve to sleeve 123cm (48.4inch)
Dong Son bronze axe with very nice green patina.
Age: Vietnam, Dong Son Period, 1,000 B.C.
One-of-a-kind hand painted 100% Silk BATIK Wall Hanging. Beautiful and delicate pastel tones depicting Lotus flowers and plants. Size: L. 76" (192 cm.) x W. 37.5" (95 cm.)
Antique big porcelain bowl of Kutani ware made by greatest Eiraku Kutani at the end of the Meiji Era, around 1910.
All overglaze images and patterns are tastefully hand-painted in great colours.
The signature of the potter is written on the bottom.
We sell it with its original signed woodbox. Very good condition, no chips, no cracks.
Size: 10 cm height x 20,4 cm diameter.
Unusually large Chinese late Qing compressed globular form incense burner with slightly everted rim supported by three short legs and covered overall with an amber-colored monochrome crackled glaze that extends to cover the bottom of the feet. The glaze drips down the walls into the unglazed interior. This censer is likely from a South China kiln. A custom-made heavy hardwood stand is included. Estimated to date from the 19th century. 10‚ÄĚ diameter x 4 38‚ÄĚ high (7‚ÄĚ high including the s...
Large heavily potted Japanese Meiji period Imari porcelain 9 7/8‚ÄĚ diameter x 3 ¬Ĺ‚ÄĚH deep bowl. A central roundel contains the ‚Äúthree friends‚ÄĚ (pine, prunus and bamboo) motif in underglaze blue with touches of rust-red and gilt highlights. The interior and exterior sides are decorated in underglaze blue and overglaze polychrome enamels with gilt highlights in four alternating small and large vignettes featuring a sage meditating under a pine tree and ducks surrounded by flowering plants...
Abhaya Asian Antiques
Ten jade perforated untreated Jadeite discs, circa late 1880 to 1950. These retail for about $30.USD each in a Hong Kong. I acquired from a Hong Kong jade dealer going out of business due to the ever increasing rents here. Average diameters are between 2cm and 2.5cm and thickness between 2mm and 4mm. These were imported into Hong Kong during the 1980s when local dealers could buy direct from Chinese government owned Arts and Curios Department (usually by the kilo). This meant the...
Abhaya Asian Antiques
Ten jade perforated untreated Jadeite discs, circa late 1880 to 1950. These retail for about $30.USD each in a Hong Kong. I acquired from a Hong Kong jade dealer going out of business due to the ever increasing rents here. Average diameters are between 2cm and 2.5cm and thickness between 2mm and 4mm. These were imported into Hong Kong during the 1980s when local dealers could buy direct from Chinese government owned Arts and Curios Department (usually by the kilo). This meant t...
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
10 Japanese Lacquer covered bowls with beautiful sprays of Chrysanthemums in gold and red colors continued from the top cover to the side of the bowl, 3 1/2" high with top on, 4 3/4" diameter-rim, gold painted wavy flowing water design under the cover. The condition is good, no damages.
With a traditional wheat-straw pattern commonly seen in Seto-ware and in the Mingei pottery movement of the 20th century, these lovely tea cups are perfect for an afternoon Japanese sencha gathering.
One of the most popular and important Japanese potters of the last 150 years, Rokubei Kiyomizu V (1875 - 1959) has been regarded by some as the most talented in a long line of Kiyomizu potters and as a cornerstone of the illustrious Gojo-zaka district in Kyoto. Recognized and awarded di...
Chinese ceramic olive green vase with dragon handles.
Age: China, Song Dynasty, 10th-13th Century