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Japanese : Sculpture : Other : Pre 1800 item #1101171 (stock #434)
Antique Stones Japan
Muhoto stupa with lotus-form dais sculpted from sandstone. Mid-Edo Period ca. 1700. Good lichen accumulation.

Total height: 47 cm
Diameter of lotus-form dais: 22 cm

Referred to in the literature as a muhoto but commonly called a ranto (lit. egg stupa), this distinctive stupa style originated in China and arrived in Japan with the introduction of Zen (Ch'an) Buddhism from the start of the Kamakura Period (1192–1333)...

Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1920 item #1336601 (stock #J208)
Asian Ethnic Artifacts
Cocks and dragons are the predominate design elements of this colorful antique Japanese obi... Family crest of golden thread on the end. Heavy silk brocade, in beautiful condition
Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1930 item #1336944 (stock #J214)
Asian Ethnic Artifacts
This haori is made with a fabric of lush silk with subtle weave pattern design. In contrast, the silk lining has a bold floral design. This is one garment that can easily be worn with the "correct side" outside or inside out....
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1910 item #1354426 (stock #J217)
Asian Ethnic Artifacts
This antique Japanese Marquetry box is a good example of the meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail that marked the Japanese Meiji Period. The sides of the lid have scalloped opening which ease the removal opening of the box which was probably designed for glove storage. 10.5 x 3.5 x 3.75 inches
Japanese : Ceramics : Earthenware : Pre 1910 item #1356437
Golden Age Antiques
This is one of the most significant Japanese satsuma pieces ever created. This is a museum piece with fabulous workmanship in combination with a very large size. This bowl truly has a volume 10-20 times bigger than a normal 5 inch Yabu Meizan bowl. It measures 7 inches tall and is 9 ¾ inches wide. It is also heavily made weighing about 4-5 lbs. The bowl features 6 different exquisitely decorated panels in polychrome and gilt. These panels depict people, birds and landscape scenes...
Japanese : Ceramics : Earthenware : Pre 1900 item #1356450 (stock #804D)
The Incurable Collector
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Featuring a fabulous Satsuma bowl depicting a scene on the interior with dozens of little boys in a temple on a balcony, and some chasing chickens out of the temple, down the steps, into the courtyard. In the courtyard of the foreground are dozens of hens, roosters and chicks. To the side is a garden with more birds, flowers, and flying down from the sky are sparrow with a pagoda in the background...
Japanese : Ceramics : Earthenware : Pre 1910 item #1356476
Golden Age Antiques
This a beautiful and unique Japanese Satsuma bowl. Yabu pieces with unique birds like this one has are rare. The piece is very finely rendered with intense work. Condition is excellent. The bowl measures 5 inches across and is 3 inches tall. This wonderful bowl is from the same great collection the large Yabu museum/exhibition bowl came from. Contact for price and shipping.
Japanese : Furniture : Tansu : Pre 1920 item #1356805
Zentner Collection
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A stunning Japanese two-section choba tansu (merchant's chest), made from solid Keyaki (elm) wood, originating from the Mikuni region. The upper section holds a roomy, shelved interior with two bold Keyaki grain sliding door panels. The bottom section holds a long top drawer, with elongated lock plate typical to Mikuni tansu. Below are two small drawers with iron Warabite handles, with old labels in Japanese on the fronts, and a smaller set of sliding Keyaki panel doors...
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #1356948 (stock #TCR6419)
The Kura
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A koro incense burner by Teishitsu Gigei-In Suwa Sozan I decorated by his friend the famous scholar artist Tomioka Tessai and enclosed in a signed double wood box. The silver lid is by Nakagawa Joeki. It is 3-1/2 inches (9 cm) tall (plus the lid), 5 inches (12 cm) diameter and in excellent condition...
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #1356949 (stock #TCR6420)
The Kura
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A Teapot by Teishitsu Gigei-In Suwa Sozan I decorated by his friend the famous scholar artist Tomioka Tessai and enclosed in a signed double wood box. A custom pad between the pot and lid protect it during storage from chipping, and it has a silk bag in which it is wrapped. . It is 4-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 6 inches (11 x 19 x 15 cm) and in excellent condition. The box is titled Daibutsu Sozan – Chossen – Suichu and signed Hachiju Okina Kyuso Tessai Dai, Sozan Yakisei...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1920 item #1357123 (stock #TCR6425)
The Kura
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An unprecedented musuem quality seventeen piece Sencha Tea Set, each piece decorated by Zen Preist Hashimoto Dokuzan, each piece of pottery made by ceramic master Miura Chikusen I, the others made by masters in their felds, all enclosed in their original signed wooden boxes...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1900 item #1357134 (stock #TRC17589)
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
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When the founder of the Urasenke style of tea ceremony, Sen-So Soshitsu (1622 -1697) was invited to Kanazawa as the lord of the tea ceremony for the powerful Kaga lords in 1666, the first Chozaemon came with him and established Ohi-yaki ware in Kanazawa. Chozaemon had been the chief apprentice for the Raku family in Kyoto and took with him many of the principles and ideas associated with Raku-ware...
Japanese : Paintings : Screens : Contemporary item #1357356 (stock #AOR6425)
The Kura
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Texture has been applied to joined silk panels intimating waves and frothing sea salt which has then been gilded with genuine silver by Imai Toshimitsu signed and dated 2000. Each panel is 67 x 183 cm (31 x 72 inches) and the screen is in excellent condition.
Toshimitsu Imai was born in Kyoto in 1928. After finishing school in 1948, he trained at the Tokyo State Art Academy. Throughout Imai's career his work was distinguished by an acute sensitivity to color...
Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1920 item #1357510
Zentner Collection
Antique Japanese cotton woven futon cover, dyed with a paste resist technique called Tsutsugaki on an indigo ground with the mythical creature Baku, devourer of dreams and nightmares and protector against evil. The Baku should not be summoned without caution, however, as ancient legends say that if he is not satisfied after consuming one's nightmares, he may instead devour their hopes and dreams.

Meiji Period (1868-1912)

Size: 64.5" x 53"
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Pre 1920 item #1358333 (stock #gy5768)
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Old (1920's) Japanese Lacquer Inro with Boxwood Toad Netsuke by Masanao III Miyake Kisaburo

It is 2.8 inches (7.2 cm) tall and 2.2 inches (5.5cm) wide. The netsuke is 1.2 inches (3 cm) by 0.97 inch (2.5 cm) wide. It is 42.9 gram.

It is in good condition with no repairs except chips, peeling of lacquer and surface scratches (as seen in the photos).

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Japanese : Ceramics : Earthenware : Pre 1900 item #1358570 (stock #414D)
The Incurable Collector
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A fine Satsuma bowl decorated in various colored enamels and gilt on a crackled cream ground, with 3 shaped panels, one depicting people admiring cherry blossoms and a village beside the sea in the background; one depicting a long tailed bird perched on the branch of a plum tee with Mount Fuji in the distance and mate and chicks below; and one filled with a large variety of fish and sea life; all surrounded by a profusion of flowers including peony, chrysanthemum, morning glory, iris, lily and h...
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1358963 (stock #TRC1777)
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
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With meticulously sculpted vines and fantastic Peony blossoms in low relief on the kinuta celadon powdery blue background, this extraordinary vase is a truly Japanese expression of classical Chinese motifs. Reminiscent of floral designs produced by legendary pottery Itaya Hazan and other Imperial Court Artists of the time such as Seifu Yohei and Ito Tozan, this vase was potted at the very beginning of an era when such works came into fashion towards the end of the Meiji period.

Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1360331 (stock #DJ89)
Large Japanese Keyaki lacquered Hibachi vessel with glitter design.

Hibachi is a traditional Japanese heating device.

Age: Japan, Showa Period, Early 20th Century
Measurement: Height 32 C.M. / Width 51.5 C.M.
Condition: Nice condition overall. Please refer to the enlargement photos for more details.
Shipment: Worldwide shipping from Bangkok, Thailand at actual cost. Please e-mail us for the shipping fee.

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