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Japanese : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1900 item #1004440
Zentner Collection
Beautiful large Japanese standing Amida Buddha, finely carved wood with red, black and gold lacquer, flowing drapery. Standing on base carved to look like rock and lotus and painted with a gold lacquer, inlaid glass eyes. Early Meiji Period (1868 - 1912) Size: 42" high x 19 1/4" wide x 14 1/2" deep.
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1930 item #1003659 (stock #Yamakawa 001)
Era Woodblock Prints
Yamakawa Shuho (1898 - 1944)
Premonition of Snow, 1927
Size: Oban, approximately 15.0 x 10.5 inches.
Publisher: Bijutsusha
Condition. Unframed. This print has had tears and toning professionally restored.
An intriguing bijin image with an unusual title.
Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1900 item #1002939 (stock #J8L2japHandw)
June Hastings
A gorgeous Japanese brazier with excellent high quality enamel work, this treasure is contrasted in color from the dark silvered with areas of gold lid and the bronzed tone copper base, making it a visual treat. Dated to the late 19th century this can still used for fragrant dried flowers on a desk top or table. It measures 6.5" diameter x 5.5" high.
Japanese : Textiles : Ritual : Pre 1920 item #1002802
Asian Art By Kyoko
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Japanese altar cloth, uchishiki, decorated with sets of kara-shishi (Chinese-lions), peonies, rocks and clouds. Silk with cotton liner, some soiling and some stains 27" x 29" (68.6cm x 73.7cm)

The lion is the king of beasts and is considered a messenger for Monju Bosatsu. They are often found guarding either side of a Shinto Shrine in Japan. The peony is the sovereign of the flowers, which symbolizes wealth and honor...

Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1960 item #1002706 (stock #Munakata009)
Era Woodblock Prints
Shiko Munakata (1903 ~ 1975)
Title: Taishi. Originally published in 1955. This edition 1985.
Size: Approximately 18.5 x 8.0 inches
Published by Munakata Studio. Issued in Yaskawa calendar.
Medium: Japanese lithograph.
Condition: Excellent. Slight wrinkle at corner. Full margins on all sides (not shown).
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1002588 (stock #P-50)
Palmrose Asian Antiques
A boldly decorated Japanese Imari blue and white porcelain dish used for the serving of raw Fish. The dish measures 2" tall x 10 3/4" square, and dates to the late 19th Century. Condition: The condition is very good with a firing flaw on the top side edge. Free shipping within the USA.
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1002531 (stock #P-48)
Palmrose Asian Antiques
A matching set of 10 Imari porcelain bowls with panels of birds and cranes surrounded by a brocade border. There is a blue and white peach design in the center interior with gold highlights, and a blue marking on the bottom. The bowls measure 2" high and 6" in diameter. The bowls date to the Meiji period, Circa 1880. Condition: The condition of all bowls is excellent with some small kiln flaws, and the gold covered edges show some rubbing. Free shipping within the USA.
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1002314 (stock #scib1-5)
Golden Age Antiques
This is a special old Japanese Imari bowl. The crane design and use of enamels is very attractive. The piece looks similar to some of the early Fukagawa pieces. Condition is very good and there is mainly wear to the gold trim on the top rim. This heavy bowl measures 7 inches across and stands 3 1/4 tall.
Japanese : Lacquer : Decorations : Pre 1950 item #1001983 (stock #MOR2833)
The Kura
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A set of 12 lacquered panels depicting scenes of the 12 months by 12 different and important artists including Living national Treasures Terai Naoji and Komo Kanzan as well as Pioneering female artist Tenno Bundo, all in the original wooden box signed individually by each artist and dated Showa 24 (1949) and stated to have been assembled under Honma Maika...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Actor : Pre 1900 item #1001265
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
Japanese Edo period woodblock print by Toyokuni III (also known as Kunisada) depicting a kabuki actor portraying a samurai. His sword rests on the ground and his matchlock musket leans against the wall. Firearms were introduced to Japan by foreign traders in the 16th century. The maru-ni-chigai-Takanoha family mon is on his kimono. This crest, which consisted of two crossed hawk feathers, was used by two Edo period samurai families. This image was published by Maruya Seijiro in 1854...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Actor : Pre 1900 item #1001223
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
Japanese Edo period woodblock print by Toyokuni III (also known as Kunisada) featuring a beauty serving tea to another beauty who is resting in a palanquin smoking a pipe from Act 6 of "Chushingura e-kyodai" (Matching Pictures of Chushingura) dated 1859. "Chushingura" is also known as the "Tale of the Forty-seven Ronin." The censor's seal and the seal of the publisher, Moriya Jihei, are at the lower left portion of the print...
Japanese : Paintings : Screens : Pre 1950 item #1001215 (stock #R51)
Japanese Art Site
The inscription on the back reads: Inori (Meditation) by Kinugawa Masayoshi (born 1912 in Higemi, Hyogo) of the Bijyutsuin Inyuu art organization. Japanese Two Panel Screen painting of Kannon Bodhisattva, the Goddess of Compassion and Mercy. The painting is a masterpiece, using the technique whereby minerals and semi-precious stones are ground into the paint, creating the most spectacular effects. Also, gold and black lacquer add highlights...
Japanese : Paintings : Screens : Pre 1837 VR item #1001206 (stock #R7)
Japanese Art Site
Japanese Edo Period Four Panel Screen Painting of a Court Scene. This elegant image is finely painted with floating gold leaf clouds, pine and willow trees, and brings the viewer into the intimacy of the court chamber. The figures are wonderfully animated with expressive faces. 100.5 x 36 inches, 255 x 91.5 cm.
Japanese : Sculpture : Wood : Pre AD 1000 item #1001198 (stock #R9)
Japanese Art Site
Pair of Carved Wooden Koma Inu Temple Dog Figures, each seated in the traditional posture. These are a very rare find from the early Heain Period, and could be even earlier, possibly Nara Period. The wood is aged to a beautiful patina. There are not many works of art of the period that come up for sale...
Japanese : Textiles : Decorative : Pre 1920 item #1001193 (stock #R8)
Japanese Art Site
Japanese Needle Work Rozashi Technique Embroidery of the Interior of Asakusa Temple. Rozashi is embroidery using silk canvas and silk thread. A picture is created and outlined on the canvas and comes alive with the thread and stitching. The difference between Rozashi and other forms of embroidery is the use of the silk canvas called "Ro"...
Japanese : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1492 item #1001190 (stock #R81)
Japanese Art Site
Rare Kamakura Period Sculpture of a of a Nio Guardian King exhibiting power and fierceness. According to Japanese tradition, they traveled with the historical Buddha to protect him. Within the generally pacifist traditions of Buddhism, stories of Niō guardians like Kongōrikishi justified the use of physical force to protect cherished values and beliefs against evil. It is rare to find such an early example...
Japanese : Folk Art : Dolls and Puppets : Pre 1900 item #1001185 (stock #R6)
Japanese Art Site
Fine Late 19th Century Bunraku Puppet of a Sambaso Dancer. This rare Bunraku puppet is operated by three Puppet Masters, who make it come to life to present a magical theatrical experience. He is carved of wood and covered with Gofun. He wears a beautiful Robin egg blue and Saffron orange robes. His head is adorned with a silver and black hat featuring a rising sun. He is holding bells and a fan. 24.5 inches, 62cm.
Japanese : Sculpture : Other : Pre 1700 item #1001181 (stock #R5)
Japanese Art Site
Next to the Kabuto (Helmet), one of the most expressive parts of the Samurai's Armor is the Face Mask. This Middle Edo Period metal "armor for the face" is known by many names: mengu, menpo, mempo, men yoroi, katchu men. Menpo means "face and cheek" and is generally used for masks with nose pieces. This menpo is covered with a high quality gold lacquer. The inside is a negoro-like finish of red lacquer. Sporting a fantastic horse hair mustache...
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