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Boro sakiori sodenashi (vest) whose warps are cotton yarn and wefts are strips from old cotton indigo dye cloth. It has hand stitched sashiko "kakino-hana (persimmon flower)" pattern. Too small for actual wear. The first half of the 20th century. 40cm x 75cm
Crabs clamber through the tangled bamboo leaves decorating the rim of this crushed fluted pottery bowl from the kiln of Wake Kitei (also read Waki) dating from the 19th century. This piece shows a great influence from the southern Island of Kyushu and Korean ware, not only in the literati style depiction of crabs, but in the glaze itself which is very much in the vein of Karatsu and or Gohon ware, as well as in the swirling whirlpool inside the footring...
Modern Japanese Ceramics
An exquisite vessel of pure white carved with ripples by Living National Treasure (Ningen Kokuho) Maeta Akihiro enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Seihakuji Chomon Henko. It is 27 cm (10-1/2 inches) tall and in excellent condition.
Maeta Akihiro was born in Tottori city in 1954, graduating the Osaka University of Art in 1977...
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MAN WHO LIVED IN MEIJI PERIOD
Portrait of a Japanese man aged 35 years old at that time in July, Meiji 25 (1892), oil painting on wooden board, attached with wooden frame in recent years, Total with frame: 33.8 x 44 x 4.5cm (13.30 x 17.32 x 1.77in)
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Japanese : Tea Articles : Metalwork : Pre 1960 item #1478776 (stock #08384)
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Old Ikenobo style. Early-mid 20th century, Japan. approx. D 24.3 x H 33cm (9.56 x 12.99in)...
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Small pottery tea bowl with such beautiful pale green glaze, Kyushu region, Japan, early 20th century, H 6 x D 11cm (2.36 x 4.33in)
selected by Jinta
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PAIR OF VOTIVE BLACK INARI FOXES
Messengers of Inari god made of pottery in such naturally and aesthetically sooty condition due to aging, Showa period, early 20th century, Japan, H 13 x 6 x 3cm (5.11 x 2.36 x 1.18in)...
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Japanese Buddhist stone carving Jizo image of traveler's guardian deity against evil spirits called Doso-shin usually enshrined into the outdoor small shrine by the roadside of village boundary or ridge of somewhere in Shikoku region, Edo period...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1700 item #1478772 (stock #TRC230527)
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
The Muromachi period in Japan, known for its artistic and cultural flourishing, produced exceptional pottery and ceramics, including this exquisite e-Shino incense burner. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this piece exemplifies the refined aesthetics of the time. Its elegant form, featuring gentle curves and a graceful silhouette, reflects the harmony between nature and art...
A classic Tamba Tea leaf storage jar (Chatsubo) with interesting mukimimi or “turned ears”, the tie lugs swirling like a Domoe on the shoulder next to the neck, each leaning to the right, as if listening to the next. In my experience this is quite unusual. The jar is covered in rivulets of flowing green leading down to an undulating belt line between the glaze and the raw clay...
Japanese : Ceramics : Earthenware : Pre 1900 item #1478756 (stock #77)
Vase in fine Satsuma earthenware enamelled in Osaka in Yabu Meizan's workshop at the end of the 19th century around 1890. The decoration is compartmentalized in 4 cartouches and represents the 4 seasons. The landscapes are meticulously painted, the details are surprisingly elegant and realistic. For winter, a snow-covered port is represented, the trees are heavy with snow, everything is motionless, padded. The cartouches are surrounded by a beautifully painted thousand-flower background...
Mastromauro Japanese art
A Japanese great and remarkable bronze okimono, on a wooden base, depicting an Oni, dressed as a priest, accompanied by a young oni. The main Oni is portrayed standing and smiling, exhibiting typical demonic features such as horns and piercing eyes...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1478751 (stock #RS-69)
Sugimoto is very famous for achievement of reproduction of Raku founder Chojiro piece, and now he has developed the method and he has made new excellent works. Black raku chawan is regarded one of most important things in tea ceremony. YouTube movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=td_-c4Kp2W4 Size: 11.5cm(D) 8.4cm(H) Accessary: double wooden box signed by artist
japanes antique textile saiyuu2
This is a Exotic and beautiful peach are drawn on black & Multicolored lacquer tray. It is shiny and very beautiful. There is no damage, but since it is an antique item from the Edo period (180-1867), there are slight scuffs but not noticeable.. Size::diameter：21.2㎝ height：2.2㎝
Chrysanthemum in lacquer and gold decorate the natural gourd surface of this covered bowl enclosed in the original signed wooden box dating from the very early 20th century. The reverence for literati taste is unmistakable. Inside is lacquered entirely in black. It is 16.5 cm (6-1/2 inches) diameter and in overall fine condition.
Rare box with 3 compartments in lacquered wood from the beginning of the Edo period, end of the 17th century, beginning of the 18th. Decor of chrysanthemums in a landscape. Some flowers are encrusted in solid gold. The decoration is in lacquer in light relief powdered with gold and silver on a nashiji background. Details in Kirikane. The silver is strongly oxidized and has turned greyish-black as on all very old lacquers of this period...
SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
Sale $75.00 w/US Priority/insured
Item was $120.00
The size of Foo Dog Koro: 4 1/2" L x 3 3/8" H x 1 3/4" W
This is lovely Vintage Cast Brass Foo Dog Koro (incense burner).
The finish of Koro is very well made in detail as photos showing.
I believe it is Japanese Made. The condition of Foo Dog is excellent.
Dating from 1970’s. The weight of Foo Dog is 1 pound 1 oz (0.453 Kg).
Very nice heavy weight. Our price including priority mail insured.
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DRAWING OF SAMURAI COSTUME
As a fragment of illustrated book for the Edo period's samurai costume regarding the detailed explanation for when, where, and how to wear. Edo period, Japan. 38.5 x 27cm (15.15 x 10.62in). Worm holes and stains due to aging as is. *This acrylic frame is not attached...