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Yukata (cotton unlined kimono) with shibori (tie-dye) whose motifs are tomoe (three-way), aboshi (fishing net being dried) and a logo with the character uma (horse). The shibori techniques are: Miura shibori and Ori-nui shibori (folded and stitched). It is hand-sewn and all tie-dye is by hand. Vegetable indigo dyed. In excellent condition. 20th century. 126cm x 131cm
Furoshiki (wrapping cloth) with owner's name, made of asa (hemp) whose warps and wefts are hand-plied. It has 4 mending patches with same cloth as the ground. It has un-dyed cotton cloth for reinforcement in the middle and has sashiko. Used but in excellent condition. The first half of the 20th century. 132cm x 138cm
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A pair of gloves with sashiko (quilting) made of vegetable indigo dye cotton. Sashiko thread is also indigo dye cotton. Fireman's gloves with three finger parts are rather rare than mitten shape ones. In excellent condition. Late 19th to early 20th century. L:45cm W:17.5cm
Cotton Kurume kasuri futonji with a castle motif. Kurume in Fukuoka Pref. in Kyushu has been one of the main product places of indigo dyed cotton kasuri since late Edo period (early 19th century). It is made of hand-spun cotton that means probably it was made before Meiji 15 (1882) and vegetable indigo dyed. In excellent condition except for minor brown stains only in the back. It has white cotton belt for hanging in the back. The second half of th 19th century. 129cm x 158cm
A Nihon Matsu tansu with beautiful reddish brown lacquered keyaki wood front face with hinoki (cypress) wood drawers. The round lock plates on each drawer feature a crane and turtle motif, signifying a wish for happiness and long life. There are 4 large drawers with spacious interiors and on the right lower side is a safe box door with two interior drawers. Traditionally used for storing folded kimonos...
Golden Age Antiques
This is a rare and large, top quality Satsuma Jar or vase by Yabu Meizan. We are not sure because the top is both gilded and glazed on the inside edge. The beautiful Meiji era lid is not original to the piece. The gold detail and landscape painting are beautiful. It is stoutly potted and measures 9 inches tall by 8 1/2 inches wide. This piece is not signed but at one time it was signed by Yabu Meizan. The original signature has been covered up by an excellent restoration to a drill hole...
Era Woodblock Prints
Size: Approximately 16.5 x 11.5 inches.
Sealed by the artist at lower right and on verso.
Medium: Japanese woodblock print.
Condition: Excellent. We've removed this print from its original folder.
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A very unusual vase by Teishitsu Gigei-In (Imperial Art Academy Member) Ito Tozan I enclosed in the original signed wooden box showing decidedly Art Nouveau styling. It is 20 x 8 x 32 cm (8 x 3 x 12-1/2 inches) and is in excellent condition.
Ito Tozan I (1846-1920) began as a painter in the Maruyama school studying under Koizumi Togaku...
”Old Memories A”, framed woodblock print by Hiroyuki Tajima. Original print, number 13 of 50, signed and dated 1966, in pencil. The abstract and balanced compositions of Tajima Hiroyuki (1911 – 1984) was a member of the sosaku hanga, an art movement in Japan, stressing the role of the artist as the sole creator. His works radiate a meditative concentration and tranquility often found in Japanese art...
Occupation era original Japanese shin hanga woodblock print titled "Moonlit Night at Miyajima" by Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) dated in the lower left margin Showa 22 (1947). The artist's black ink signature and red seal are at the lower right corner of the image. The 6mm circular seal of the publisher Watanabe (used 1946-1957) is at the lower left corner. Paper size: 15 1/4" x 10 1/2" (image size: 14 1/8" x 9 1/2"). Very good overall condition...
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LOTUS PEDESTAL FOR BUDDHA
Powerful and profound wood carving sacred-lotus pedestal. Edo period, 19th century, Japan. approx. W 43 x D 35 x H 14cm (16.92 x 13.77 x 5.51in)
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1950's Japanese Yokohama Studio Vase with Cranes Marked "Dai Nihon Kousaka zo"
It is 14.4 inches (37 cm) tall by 9.05 inches (23 cm) wide. It is 11 Lb.
It has skip glazes dark spots, stains, and surface wears and scratches (as seen in the photos).
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This is nice Japanese Bizen stand 5.1/2 in height is in very good condition with no Damage. This vase has wonderful fire glaze Hidasuki with artist sing to the bottom. The vase probably from 1959S.
This is nice Japanese water dropper 1.3/4 in X 1.3/4 in is in very good condition. It has nice old patina with one tiny hole .
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The Japanese Norimono Palanquin is completely covered in a rich chestnut woven bamboo. The roof has a slight curve and a section of the roof can lift up for entry. The sedan is trimmed in black lacquered wood in a double lined grid pattern contrasting with the woven material. The three outer window openings provide shade covering of reeded sudaris with black wool borders and copper mounts. The sudari is held erect with copper L-shaped hooks...
Occupation era original Japanese shin hanga woodblock print titled "Carp Flag at Toyohama, Kagawa Prefecture" by Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) dated in the lower left margin Showa 23 (1948). The artist's black ink signature and red seal are at the lower left corner of the image. The 6mm circular seal of the publisher Watanabe (used 1946-1957) is at the lower right corner. An additional Watanabe seal is on the back at the lower right corner...
A pair of Chinese antique monochrome Clair de Lune glaze porcelain vases set on a decorative hardwood stands. A small gold leaf repair is done to the lip of the vases in the Kintsugi style. The vases are a pale blue with tall rounded shoulders and the unglazed bases and recessed footing with Kangxi inscription.
Provenance: NY Collection Bradley
Date: Kangxi 1661-1722
Dimensions: 9" tall w/stand, 7.25" w/o stand X 2.73 wide
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
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According to Kei Wakao, the artist who crafted this extraordinary work, it took him years of trial-and-error to perfect the unique rice-porcelain glaze covering this finely shaped tea vessel...