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Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1456019 (stock #RS-29)
Gallery Rex
$460.00
One of the highlight in this piece is in the crystal of feldspar around the base, it's a charm of ido cup most of all. Size: 9.0cm(D) 4.8cm(H) Accessary: wooden box signed by the artist
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1456017 (stock #RG-28)
Gallery Rex
$230.00
This sake cup is covered by white mud and clear glaze. The highlight and charm of Kohiki is that skin of piece becomes to change as using. Size: 8.5cm (D) 4.3cm(H) Accessary: wooden box signed by the artist
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1456016 (stock #RG-27)
Gallery Rex
$230.00
This sake cup has abstract painting with copper glaze. And covered by white mud and clear glaze. The highlight and charm of Kohiki is that skin of piece becomes to change as using. Size: 8.9cm (D) 4.0cm(H) Accessary: wooden box signed by the artist
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Contemporary item #1456015 (stock #RS-26)
Gallery Rex
$620.00
This Iga vase had been fired with pine fire woods for 10days and naturally ash-glazes made spectacle patterns. It was made in 1990s. Size: 22.8cm(W) 22.5cm(H) 4.0 cm(thick) Accessary: wooden box signed by the artist
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Contemporary item #1456012 (stock #RS-25)
Gallery Rex
$385.00
The great master Sadamitsu Sugimoto has been challenging to various kinds of pottery, Iga, Shigaraki, Raku, Ido, Kohiki, Shino, Oribe, Kiseto so on, And he has accomplished Celadon works. This piece has abstract pattern with copper glaze under the celadon glaze. Size: 9.3cm(D) 3.0cm(H) Accessary: wooden box signed by the artist.
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Contemporary item #1456011 (stock #RS-24)
Gallery Rex
$385.00
The great master Sadamitsu Sugimoto has been challenging to various kinds of pottery, Iga, Shigaraki, Raku, Ido, Kohiki, Shino, Oribe, Kiseto so on, And he has accomplished Celadon works. This piece has abstract pattern with copper glaze under the celadon glaze. Size: 9.3cm(D) 3.0cm(H) Accessary: wooden box signed by the artist.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1455964 (stock #RS-20)
Gallery Rex
sold
This piece is made of copper glaze called "oribe". At first , it is covered with feldspar and painted with iron and next it is covered with copper glaze. It is firing into burning charcoal in the kiln, so there are complicated atmosphere, oxidation and reduction. The oxidation atmosphere makes the copper glaze red, the reduction atmosphere makes it green and the mixture atmosphere makes complicated color. Size 6.0 cm (D) 6.3cm (H) Accessary : wooden box signed by the potter.
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Contemporary item #1455963 (stock #RS-19)
Gallery Rex
$385.00
This piece is made of copper glaze called "oribe". At first , it is covered with feldspar and painted with iron and next it is covered with copper glaze. It is firing into burning charcoal in the kiln, so there are complicated atmosphere, oxidation and reduction. The oxidation atmosphere makes the copper glaze red, the reduction atmosphere makes it green and the mixture atmosphere makes complicated color. Size 6.0 cm (D) 5.7cm (H) Accessary : wooden box signed by the potter.
Japanese : Carvings : Wood : Pre 1900 item #1455960
Zentner Collection
SOLD
Antique Japanese carved wooden ranma (decorative transom). Beautifully carved with blossoming lotus flowers on a background of swirling water. The lotus flowers range in different stages of blossoming, a Buddhist symbol for the different stages of enlightenment. Carved of keyaki (zelkova Japanese elm) wood and framed in brown and gold lacquered wood.

Age: Meiji Period (1868-1912)

Dimensions: 8 1/2" high x 46 1/2" wide
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #1455958
Zentner Collection
sold
Japanese seto ware ceramic chawan (tea cup). Made of dark brown stoneware with round body and small round foot. Appealing greenish glaze with drips. Artist's mark on the bottom. With tomobako.

Age: Taisho Period (early 20th century)

Dimensions: 2 7/8" high x 5 1/4" wide
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #1455957
Zentner Collection
$450.00
Antique Japanese oribe ware chawan (tea cup). Buff color stoneware with reddish brown translucent glaze. Two areas of thick white crackle glaze with black brushwork motifs give this cup it's traditional oribe appearance. Satisfying weight and shape. Lovely drips and depth. With tomobako.

Age: Taisho Period (early 20th century)

Dimensions: 3 1/4" high x 4 3/8" wide
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Contemporary item #1455956 (stock #1860)
Modern Japanese Ceramics
Sold, Thank you!
Vibrant red glaze is dribbled randomly across the scored and scarred light glazed body of this magnificent Chawan by Yamada Kazu enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Kaku-yu Oribe Chawan. The form is slightly belted, to allow the bowl to settle comfortably into the palm. The very traditional silhouette however has been paddled and graffiti structures scratched into the surface. Over this has been applied an overall white glaze, with black and red ladled out on top of that...
Japanese : Furniture : Tansu : Pre 1900 item #1455955
Zentner Collection
$1,650.00
An antique Japanese chest called Tohoku Kasane Tansu made of Kirinoki (Paulownia) wood. All original hand forged iron hardware including the Kakute style handles. Good luck symbols on the handle backplates showing the Sho Chiku Bai motif (longevity, tenacity and beauty). Four large drawers for spacious kimono storage and a hinged door behind which are two small drawers where valuables were hidden away...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Scenic : Pre 1960 item #1455953
Zentner Collection
$600.00
Japanese kappazuri stencil print by the artist Yoshitoshi Mori. Mori developed his distinct style using the kappazuri print technique and grew to fame, exhibiting his work around the world. His distinct style shows how he was influenced by his work as a textile designer and dyer of kimono fabric, a job he had when he first graduated from art school. This print shows figures under a row of lanterns on Nakamise Street in Asakusa. Signed in pencil and unframed...
Japanese : Furniture : Tansu : Pre 1920 item #1455952
Zentner Collection
$750.00
An antique Japanese display chest known as a Cha Tansu made entirely of Kirinoki. Used in Japan as an all purpose cabinet used to store tea serving accessories for guests as well as serving as a display chest where seasonal or special occasion accents can be shown for all to enjoy. Original bronze hardware. Two large sliding doors hide a large spacious storage area and 5 drawers are used for organizing and additional space. Beautiful curved top corners with dovetail joinery work...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1900 item #1455942
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
$650.00
Japanese Edo period woodblock print kakemono (vertical diptych) of a full figure samurai walking in an elegant kimono by Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865) published by Sanoya Kihei between 1844-1845. Signed Kochoro Kunisada at the lower right corner with the publisher's seal and Tanaka censor seal beside it. The assembled size is about 28 1/2” x 9 9/16" (top sheet: 14 1/8" x 9 1/2"; bottom sheet: x 14 9/16" x 9 9/16." Very good clean overall condition...
Japanese : Sculpture : Bronze : Pre 1900 item #1455937 (stock #2021-946)
GALERIE TIAGO
€800.00
Okimono in bronze of a frog.
Seal of the founder or of his factory on its belly, not identified.

The frog (kaeru) is associated with luck and wealth. Kaeru means both "frog" and "coming home" in Japanese. This extension of meaning is due to the ability of the frog to return each year to the pond of its birth. A gong in the shape of a frog can thus sometimes be used as a door hammer or to protect a house.

Japan - Meiji Era (1868-1912)
Height: 0.9 in...
Japanese : Metalwork : Bronze : Pre 1900 item #1455936 (stock #2021-945)
GALERIE TIAGO
€1,000.00
Okimono in bronze of a frog.
Seal of the founder or of his factory on its belly, not identified.

The frog (kaeru) is associated with luck and wealth. Kaeru means both "frog" and "coming home" in Japanese. This extension of meaning is due to the ability of the frog to return each year to the pond of its birth. A gong in the shape of a frog can thus sometimes be used as a door hammer or to protect a house.

Japan - Meiji Era (1868-1912)
Height: 1.4 in...
 
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