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Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1837 VR item #1221809
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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)...
Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1900 item #1240088
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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...
Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1900 item #1293974
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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 g)
Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1930 item #1297759
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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")
Japanese : Textiles : Kimono : Pre 1837 VR item #1332940
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Japanese antique old Edo 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)
Japanese : Paintings : Screens : Pre 1900 item #1485043
Zentner Collection
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Antique Japanese full six panel painted screen depicting a flock of cranes resting a gold leaf backdrop. Bordered with silk and simple black lacquer wood frame. Touches a red pigment adorns each of the cranes crown, black wing tips feathers fade to white. Some are seen resting as are grooming and enjoying the social rest. Across the six panels are 100 Japanese cranes.

In Japan the crane is viewed as a national treasure...
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1230708 (stock #0104)
Momoyama Gallery
$650 Sold

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.

Shipping included

Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1439121
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
Japanese Meiji period well rendered Kutani porcelain figure of Kannon, decorated in polychrome enamel and gilt highlight. She sits holding a scroll in her left hand and her face is well modeled with a serene, downcast expression. A gold jeweled necklace hangs from her neck and she wears a white hooded robe permeated with tiny white raised moriage dots and decorated with green dragon roundels. Flat unglazed base. 10 1/2” high. Late 19th century. Heavily potted. Weighs 3 lbs...
Japanese : Paintings : Scrolls : Pre 1910 item #1438821
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
105" long late Meiji to early Showa period Japanese ink and color on silk scrolled painting by Yagioka Shunzan (1879-1941) depicting figures on a boat in a landscape scene. A craggy cliff with pine outcroppings rises sharply above the emerging boat. Signed in black ink at the lower right and with the artist's red seal below. Early 20th century. Scroll: 105" x 28 7/8" (painting: 63" x 22 1/8"). Very good overall condition...
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Contemporary item #1436154 (stock #1603)
Modern Japanese Ceramics
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A set of ten sake cups by Takegoshi Jun depicting Umi-no-sachi (treasures of the sea) in aka-e and overglaze enamels enclosed in the original compartmentalized wooden box. Each cup is uniquely decorated with a delicacy in the raw, Shrimp, Red Snapper, blow fish et al. Each cup is 8 cm (roughly 3 inches) diameter and in excellent condition...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1960 item #1328946 (stock #3A151)
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.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1920 item #1364162 (stock #TRC20709)
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
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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...
Japanese : Ceramics : Earthenware : Pre 1960 item #1421348
Treasures of Old Times
Amazing Hagi pottery sake cup made by Living National Treasure 10th Miwa Kyusetsu (1895-1981). 10th Miwa Kyusetsu is one of the most significant potter of Hagi ware of all times. Sake cups made by Kyusetsu Miwa are very rare to find, almost all are in private collections in Japan. Sake cup with similar cracks is in collection of Yale University Art Gallery: https://artgallery.yale.edu/collections/objects/177211 Hagi Yaki pottery became popular throughout Japan for tea ceremony during Edo p...
Japanese : Ceramics : Pre 1970 item #1488249
Zentner Collection
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Framed Etching on paper with figures and whelms coming colliding. Black and white flowing imagery with shadowing and white space
Edition 8/23 Signed

Dimensions: 46 1/2" x 58"

Over the span of five decades, Oliver Lee Jackson has developed a singular body of work, creating complex and layered paintings in which figural forms meld with abstract fields of vivid color...
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre AD 1000 item #1395774
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
Chinese Western to Eastern Jin dynasty (ca. 4th century) Yue ware dish-mouth vase (pan kou hu) with wide shoulders tapering to a flat, slightly concave unglazed base...
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #1456545
Treasures of Old Times
11th generation Raku Kichizaemon Keinyu (1817-1902) White Raku Sake Bottle Tokkuri.

The mark of the potter is stamped at the bottom. Keinyu used this mark after his retirement.
The red clay was used which was glazed and fired. It is a rare work that depicts the standing cranes of parents and child. He often used crane decoration in his later years such as Fukurokuju tea bowl exhibited in Kyoto in autumn 2020. (Autumn Special Exhibition. Teabowls by Successive Generations of the ...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1900 item #1447833
Treasures of Old Times
1th Generation Zengoro Eiraku Hozen (1795-1855)Tea Bowl (Chawan) for Tea Ceremony.

The Eiraku family is one of the most important and historically significant family of potters in Japan since 17 century.
They belong to a limited number of craftsmen who is allowed to create tea ceremony utensils for three schools of tea ceremony which are Mushakoujisenke, Urasenke and Omotesenke.

2.6in. (6.7cm.) high;
6.2in. (15.9cm.) diameter;
340g weight.
Japanese : Ceramics : Earthenware : Pre 1910 item #1091213 (stock #sqyab1-7)
Golden Age Antiques
Remember this vase. It is the only one like it in the world. It is stolen merchandise. The story behind how this vase was taken is terrible and the crud that did it needs to be nailed. The vase is very large for a Yabu piece, standing 12 3/8 inches tall. If it were not stolen Merchandise it would have a value of $50,000-$100,000. It was stolen in 2007 from a Doctor in Argentina and a case has been filed with Interpol. It is registered as stolen along with very descriptive images, Case #10451/05...
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