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無題 / UNTITLED
Set of 4 different sizes of the calligraphies as my own works (@dai_okumura / hotoke). Indian ink on waste Japanese paper, 2022, Largest: approx...
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分厚い大福帳 / THICK DAIFUKUCHO
Old Japanese account book dated back to Meiji period (1868-1912), approx. 20 x 20 x 16cm (7.87 x 7.87 x 6.29in)
selected by Jinta
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SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
Sale $85.00 w/US Priority/insured
Item was $150.00
The size of 9"L x 3 1/4" W x 1 3/4" H (Front teeth), 1 15/16" H (Back teeth )
This is very fine Fancy Japanese Roiro, Black Lacquer Pair of Geta for Lady. It is custom made and never been used. It came with original carton. It is 43 years old from 1979. It never been used. It is made by Kiri wood (Paulownia wood). It has Geta Kraft man name "E-TSU" marked on Geta teeth. Top of Geta has Ichimatsu pattern design. Geta face has two designs, one with plain and other with lined finish...
Japanese Meiji period oval form portable wood tabako-bon smoker’s hibachi with a 4 1/4" diameter recessed copper bowl for holding charcoal and smaller 2" diameter cylindrical receptacle for holding pipes and smoking tools. A fully functional lacquered wood handle is mounted at the sides. 8 1/2” long x 7” wide x 4” high (excluding handle in upright position). Late 19th to early 20th century. Very good overall condition with a nice, bold grain to the thick wood...
Japanese late Meiji to early Showa period rectangular form cypress wood tabako-bon smoker’s hibachi with a removable top containing a small round hole (2 1/2" diameter) designed to hold a cylindrical bamboo holder for pipes and ashes and a larger hole with a copper cylindrical container (about 5 1/4" diameter) for holding charcoal. Recessed side carrying handles. 14” long x 7” high x 8 7/8” deep. The curved sides measure 7/8" in thickness. Weighs 7 lbs. Circa 1900 to 1940...
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
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
Antique Japanese drum with handle. Lacquered black on sides and wooden handle. Decorated with Tachibana mon (Mandarin-orange flower) in red lacquer on one side and black lacquer on the other.
Age: Edo Period (early 19th century)
Dimensions: 15 3/4" long x 8" wide diameter x 2 1/4" deep
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A rare antique Japanese Choba Biraki Tansu made of Keyaki (Zelkova) and Kiri (Paulownia) woods. All original Urushi lacquer finish and hand forged elaborate iron hardware featuring Warabite handles, bamboo leaves framing the hinged doors and a center bamboo stalk security plate. The doors secure 5 drawers where the merchant kept valuables atop the upper side by side drawers and wares in the three drawers below...
A Fine Bronze Seated Buddha Sakyamuni Figure, U'Thong Style, Early 16th Century. Seated in Sattvasana, his hands in Bhumisparsa and Dhyana mudra. Wearing a sanghati with long sash. His face with meditative expression, downcast eyes under incised arched eyebrows, broad triangular nose and outlined lips, elongated earlobes. His hair arranged in rows of small curls...
A Japanese ivory netsuke of a fisherman holding a big fish with his hands. Shiny patina and yellowish patina under the body next to the himotoshi. Meiji period 19th century Sizes: 2,2 x 4 x 6 cm. Condition report: Good condition
A Japanese ivory netsuke depicting two Sumo wrestlers, finely carved from a single piece. Signed Kogyoku under the base next to the himotoshi. Meiji period 19th century Sizes: 5 x 5 x 3,5 cm. Condition report: Good condition
A Japanese ivory netsuke of a little mouse on a wicker basket with branches and leaves. Meiji period 19th century Sizes: 1.5 x 4 x 4.2 cm. Condition report: Good condition
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クリスタルこけし / CRYSTAL KOKESHI
Rare and unique Showa product with such kokeshi (Japanese traditional simplified doll) coming up by its glass cutting and design, 1980s, Japan, approx...
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ヤス / GIGS
Japanese fishing tool set of an iron ten-tine gig and an iron eel catcher, Showa period, early-mid 20th century. Eel catcher: approx. L 49.5cm (19.48in), T 0.5cm (0.19in)...
SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
Sale $175.00 w/US Priority/insured
Item was $250.00
The size of Cup : 3 1/4" D x 1 13/16" H
The size of Saucer: 4 5/8" D x 9/16" H
This is very fine Japanese white ceramic porcelain cup and saucer set. It is made by Tosho Kiln, Seto city in Japan. The quality of porcelain is superb with finely and thinly made body in the design of ribbed relief work. You can see thru the light when holding under light...
Welcome To Another Century
Large, almost square fukusa, gift cover, made of dark blue silk satin, silk embroidery in a variety of stitches, gold-thread embroidery, all hand-made, of the highest quality. To be used for gift giving at an important occasion. The gift wrap is as important as the gift itself and this fukusa is symbolically very auspicious and important.
Fukurokuju, one of the seven gods of good fortune (shichifukujin), sits on the ground, painting the characters FUKU and ROKU on a scroll, intending to wr...
A small screen of precious kuwa (mulberry wood) decorated with soaring plovers (Chidori) over a carved diaper of stylized wave patterns punctuated with six brass hooks for displaying Inro and Sagemono. Meiji period, each leaf is roughly 28 cm (11 inches) square, and it is in fine condition.