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Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1900 item #1465561 (stock #BNJkirinH2O)
June Hastings
$1,800.00
A Japanese Hirado underglaze blue porcelain Mizusashi (water jar) of "barrel" form with a flat, circular cover bearing a spherical knop. The jar is decorated with two kirin galloping across stylized waves. The mouth and the cover bear bands of formalized, archaistic dragons and dots with the recessed foot surrounded by a band of stylized lotus flowers. Dates Late Meiji Period (1880-1900). Measures 8 inches high. 6.5" diameter. In excellent condition.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1465121 (stock #0556)
Momoyama Gallery
$2,950.00

An incredible mixture of gray and lavender colors on the sculpted natural form of this expressive Chawan by the 8th generation Kaneta Masanao.

It comes with its originally signed and sealed wooden box titled Hagi Hai-yu (ash glazed) Kurinuki Chawan.

The style is Kurinuki, not formed on a wheel but cut and worked from a block of clay, an approach the artist is world wide famous for.

Masanao likely needs no introduction...

Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1800 item #1465062 (stock #264)
Conservatoire Sakura
$1,700.00
Wall vase in cast bronze, representing a dragon coiled on itself, its meandering body delimiting the contours of the vase. The casting must have been complicated and several holes and gaps appeared which were filled with welded bronze plates as can be seen in the detail photos. At the back a finely crafted ring allows the suspension. Most likely Japanese work...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1800 item #1464967 (stock #0555)
Momoyama Gallery
sold

One of such rare antique Hagi Chawan with wonderful milky white glaze from the 18th century, perfectly thrown and highlighted with an old gold restoration, a fantastic gintsugi (kintsugi) which makes our Hagi tea bowl even more valuable and outstanding.

Like many of the great Japanese ceramic traditions of western Japan, Hagi originated with Korean potters...

Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #1464789 (stock #0552)
Momoyama Gallery
$2,950.00

We are glad to present you this Edo period chawan by Japans greatest Poet Rengetsu Ōtagaki ( 1791-1875 ).

It shows a 31-syllable poem of herself and her signature tastefully carved onto the tea bowl. A custom made high quality black lacquered wooden box and a shifuku are included.

Size: 7 cm height x 12 cm in diameter.

Ōtagaki Rengetsu was a Buddhist nun who is widely regarded to have been one of the greatest Japanese poets of the 19th century...

Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #1464788
Treasures of Old Times
$2,800.00
Rare yellow glazed Ido style bowl made by Raku Kichizaemon X Tannyu (1795-1854) with original box signed by the artist.

Tannyu was born as the second son of 9th-generation master Ryonyu. His father retired at the age of 56, and his elder brother had died young, so Tannyu became Raku master at the age of 17...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #1464744 (stock #7117)
Abhaya Asian Antiques
$160.00
1# Good buff pottery jar from the QIjia Neolitic Culture (circa 2200 BCE – 1600 BCE,) Gansu Province. I old chip on the rim, noted, otherwise very good condition. H: 15.1cm/6in and D: 9.7cm/3.8in. 2# Lovely two handled pottery jar from the Northern China circa (2200 BCE – 1600 BCE) in near perfect condition with just a couple of minor chips on one handle. H: 12.9cm/5.1in and W: 11.8cm/4.7in.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Metalwork : Pre 1920 item #1464720 (stock #3A97)
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
$250.00
Japanese cast Iron Tetsubin, Iron Tea pot, with Bronze Top, 5" high include top knob, 8 1/2" with handle upright position, 6 1/2" wide- widest part include spout, brown rust inside the pot, pebble sandy finish outside. The condition is good.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Lacquer : Pre 1950 item #1464547 (stock #gy6614)
2ezr
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Japanese Makie Wood Lacquer Kogo by Otomaru Kodo (1898-1997), Showa Period 人間国宝 音丸耕堂

It is 1.2 inches (3.1 cm) tall by 2.05 inches (5.2 cm) wide. It is 55.1 gram.

It has a flea bite chip at the inner rim and surface wears and scratches (as seen in the photos).

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Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1464483 (stock #RS-48)
Gallery Rex
$5,926.00
This piece is styled "uzukumaru" pot, it means "squat", Uzukumaru pot is originally made for storing seeds. Since tea masters like as Rikyu used them for vase in the tea room, it has been called "uzukumaru" and loved by them for tea goods...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1464481 (stock #RS-47)
Gallery Rex
$5,185.00
This piece is very rare among his works, it's shaped pumpkin suitable for summer season. His Iga pieces are usually 3 times fired in "Anagama" kiln, one term for firing is 10days, so it follows that they are fired for 30days.It is covered with natural glaze by melted ashes of red pine tree fire woods, burnt fire woods and red color by flame. YouTube movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xaoApSngX0 Accessary: wooden box signed by artist Size: 19.0cm(D)/19.5cm(H)
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1464396 (stock #RS-46)
Gallery Rex
$5,555.00
Ancient Iga pottery works had been made for a few decades since last Momoyama period from early Edo period. They were fired over 1250 degrees Celsius for 10 days and repeated 3 times and more with no glaze, they has natural glaze that is consist of melted ashes, burnt deposits and scarlet by fire. They are well known as dynamic style and loved by many tea ceremony master like as famous Oribe Furuta...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1980 item #1464335 (stock #MOR8445)
The Kura
Sold, Thank you!
A modern form basket by Chikusensai enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Yama no hen no sato (Village among the Mountains). The basket is 30.5 x 18 x 10.5 cm (12 x 7 x 4 inches) and is in excellent condition. It retains the original red lacquered bamboo Otoshi.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1464262 (stock #RA-44)
Gallery Rex
$2,960.00
This piece is with natural glaze that is made of burnt fire woods, melted ashes of fire woods of red pine tree and red skin by flames. The pieces are fired in the small kiln "anagama" for 10days and this piece was fired three times. Size: 9.0cm(D)/25.2cm(H) Accessary: wooden box signed by artist
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1464261 (stock #RS-42)
Gallery Rex
$3,846.00
Great Master has been challenging to the pieces comparable to antiques, this piece is made of celadon and copper glaze under celadon. Copper glaze turns beautiful purple color. The shape shows Japanese traditional drum "tsutsumi". YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iR4V81RuAI Size: 10.0cm(D)/28.3cm(H) Accessary: wooden box signed by artist
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1920 item #1464191 (stock #0550)
Momoyama Gallery
sold

A wonderful modelled Kuro Raku tea bowl covered with a beautiful black glaze - made by legendary 12th generation Kichizaemon Kônyû (1857-1932). His childhood name was Kozaburo, later became Kicho (or, Yoshinaga). He was the eldest son of Keinyu, the eleventh generation master. In 1871, he succeeded the family business and became the generation master. In 1919 he retired and took the name as Kônyû. He enjoyed his retirement in practicing tea ceremony and writing haiku...

Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1464155 (stock #RS-41)
Gallery Rex
$3,700.00
This piece is made of red raku clay by old ways, it was fired among a large amount of charcoal. Red is original color of clay, black pattern is made by firing charcoal. Sadamitsu Sugimoto is famous for making pieces comparable to antiques. YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEqP0COJNKc Size: 12.1cm(D/mouth) 25.0cm(H) Accessary: wooden box signed by artist
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1464152 (stock #RS-40)
Gallery Rex
$4,900.00
Ancient Iga pottery works had been made for a few decades since last Momoyama period from early Edo period. They were fired over 1250 degrees Celsius for 10 days and repeated 3 times and more with no glaze, they has natural glaze that is consist of melted ashes, burnt deposits and scarlet by fire. They are well known as dynamic style and loved by many tea ceremony master like as famous Oribe Furuta...
 
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