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Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1800 item #1455613 (stock #11050)
Welcome To Another Century
Small kogo, incense box, in the shape of a crab in rest. Grayish brown grainy earthenware, much like Raku, with red glaze and with patches of green and white glaze. The eyes are accentuated with gold, as is a small area on it’s back.

Potter’s mark on the belly.

Japan, late 1700s.

H ca 1.25 x W ca 3 in.

Some of the gold rubbed, split in clay caused by firing at the rim of the lower section, which does not impact the stability of the piece...

Japanese : Tea Articles : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1455560 (stock #MOR8281)
The Kura
Cranes soar along the rim of this Nashiji covered lacquer bowl decorated with the festive Shochikubai motif (plum, pine and bamboo) in gold and silver maki-e with a five petaled plum blossom crest dating from the Edo period, 18th to early 19th century. Inside is crimson red, and it comes enclosed in a period red-lacquered wooden box. It is 12.3 cm (5 inches) diameter and in excellent condition.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1990 item #1455505 (stock #11049)
Welcome To Another Century
Small, round covered box for keeping incense, kogo in Japanese, in the shape of a coiled snaked. It’s head is in the center of the cover, protruding. Gray, coarse stoneware with small inclusions, the outside turned brown from the heat in the kiln. Eyes are inlaid rings of clay, giving the snake a slightly goofy expression.

Potter’s mark on the bottom of the lower section...

Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 2000 item #1455487 (stock #0516)
Momoyama Gallery

A magnificent Japanese Kyo Ware Chawan made by famous artist Chizen Terao (born 1955) 20 years ago. It bears hand painted Sakura trees inside and outside and comes with its originally signed and sealed wooden box and a profile of the artist.

But the special feature of this unique tea bowl is a rarely seen strong and vivid hand applied granular Shiro-chibu.

Shiro-chibu (white dots) features the strokes of small solid colored dots densely drawn on the base color...

Japanese : Tea Articles : Metalwork : Pre 1837 VR item #1455206 (stock #192)
Conservatoire Sakura
It is in cast bronze and rests on three feet. It is a beautiful casting. It is finely decorated with Greek and 2 Buddhist lion masks precisely well chiseled. It is old, 19th century or before and has a beautiful brown patina. It is a rare item. Inside there is an iron plate summarily pierced with holes to receive the coal, this iron plate had to be changed regularly. Height: 165mm . Probably japanese for the Chanoyu. Fine condition.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Accessories : Contemporary item #1455043 (stock #3A49C)
Lilly Parker Antiques, Inc.
5 Pieces set of Japanese Contemporary Ceramic Tea Sweet Dishes, Bowls, Compotes, average sizes are 4" wide, 2" high for large pieces, some impressed and marked manufacturer's mark. The condition is good.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #1454757
Treasures of Old Times
Antique Japanese Kyo ware Chawan (Tea Bowl) with poetry made during Edo period (1603-1868).

Hand modeled, covered with yellow glaze except foot ring, with written poetry which is hardly seen due to the age.
The bowl is full of tea stain inside as a result of extensive use in the past which creates unique wabi sabi feel.

Kyo/Kiyomizu Ware has several centuries of history with over 300 kilns located around Kyoto, Japan.
The history of Kiyomizu pottery goes back to the...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1920 item #1454622 (stock #1740)
Dragon's Pearl
A real cute, Kawai miniature Kyusu style teapot for green tea with a side handle, made in the tradition of (Otagaki) Rengetsu yaki, from Okasaki production center, Kyoto. Chamotte with a nice craquelure glaze. Size L 10 x h 4 cm. Otagaki Rengetsu (1791–1875) was a Buddhist nun, famous for her calligraphy but also for her production of ceramics for tea appreciation which she would embellish with her poems. Meiji 1868-1912. Good condition.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1930 item #1454495
Treasures of Old Times
Remarkable Aka Raku Chawan (tea bowl) by the 1st Choraku Ogawa (1874-1939.
The potter stamp can be seen near the foot and the second one is on the side covered with glaze.

Ogawa Choraku is one of the best known Raku potters of modern times and the founder of Choraku potter family.
He became the disciple of 11th Raku Kichizaemon (Keinyu) and 12th Raku Kichizaemon (Konyu) and started his own kiln in 1904.
He received the name Choraku in 1906 from Choyuken, the head of a U...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #1454295
Treasures of Old Times
Don't miss this opportunity to own the impressive late Edo Period (1603-1868) Iga Tetsuki Kashiki (手付 菓子器) dish with fantastic glazing...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1920 item #1454226 (stock #1734)
Dragon's Pearl
A cute Kutani ware incense box and cover (Kogo) in the form of a mandarine duck (Oshidori) in typical Kutani color pallet: green, yellow, blue and black. The bottom part with Kutani stamp at the base. Enclosed in an inscribed old tomobako. L 8,5 H 5 cm. Late Meiji to early Taisho. Good condition.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Metalwork : Pre 1980 item #1454204 (stock #1733)
Dragon's Pearl
A very attractive and fine cast iron incense container (kogo) for use in tea ceremony decorated with a motif from the Ten Ox-herding Pictures of Zen Buddhism. Inside covered in gold. Signed by Suzuki Morihisa (1920–1981), a 14th generation of cast iron-makers from Morioka who later taught at the Academy of Fine Arts in Tokyo. A frequent exhibitor at the Nitten. With original signed kiri-tomobako and artist's information paper. Showa period ca. 1960. H 3 cm, D 7,2. Condition: Perfect.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1837 VR item #1454156
Treasures of Old Times
This is a rare antique Mizusashi (water jar) of Japanese Ofukei ware covered with black lacquer lid decorated with wisteria entwined with pine trees which was made in 18-19 centuries during Edo period (1603-1868)...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1980 item #1454013 (stock #1730)
Dragon's Pearl
Tea caddy (chaire) of Shigaraki ware with characteristic, mottled, beige glaze over brownish, rough corpus. Lid of finely worked ivory. Signed with potter’s mark in the bottom. A heavy silk storage bag (shifuku) with stylized flower pattern comes with the piece. Showa, circa 1960. H 8 cm, D 6 cm. Condition: Perfect.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #1454012 (stock #0515)
Momoyama Gallery

Pure Kuro-Raku Chawan by the 11th generation Keinyu Kichizaemon (1817-1902) enclosed in its originally signed and sealed wooden box and made around the end of 19th century about 120-130 years ago.

This Raku chawan is particularly endowed with a structural power deriving from simple composition of features of a bowl - another reminiscence of the earlier generations of this unique family of artists.

Apart from being expertly formed, this piece has the added distinction of be...

Japanese : Tea Articles : Metalwork : Pre 1980 item #1453914 (stock #20210241)
Mark & Period, Antique Asian Arts
Yamaha Model QLNUR G2 Baby Grand Piano WITH Bench. Serial number J3830780. Dimension: 71" depth x 57" Width x 43" Height inches). Condition: One black key is slightly sticky, the bottom white key strikes shallow. Minor light wear overall.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1453858 (stock #0514)
Momoyama Gallery

A beautiful and large Hakuji Seren Haruseki Tsubu-tsubu Chawan (white flashing stones spots tea bowl) decorated with an assortment of colors by shooting star artist Kawabata Kentaro.

It comes with its originally signed and sealed wooden box. For us its by far his best work and represents perfectly the artists wonderful eclectic style...

Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1453838 (stock #RS-17)
Gallery Rex
Sadamitsu Sugimoto, a great master of the ceramic art scene in Japan, was led by Tachibana Daiki the great Zen teacher and has been producing a lot of masterpieces through over 40 years .He has been studying the world of “wabi, sabi, and yugen” as his life's theme. This piece has black (iron) glaze, it also could be used as a vase. Size: 11.0cm(B) 10.2cm (L) 14.0cm(H) Accessary: wooden box signed by potter
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