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Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1900 item #1383908 (stock #TRC210167)
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
$1,500
This tall and lovely Hagi chawan rests firmly on a wari kodai or “split foot” pedestal that is unglazed—displaying the coarse rich clay. The crackled milky glaze covers the curves and contours of the bowl, contrasting dramatically between the foot and the clay body. Hagi-ware such as this is part of a tradition stretching back over 400 years and is a high-fired stoneware type of pottery...
Japanese : Furniture : Tansu : Pre 1920 item #1383904
Zentner Collection
SOLD
Japanese isho tansu, or clothing chest of drawers, constructed with Persimmon wood front drawers and a Sugi (cedar) frame and interior. The tansu holds four long drawers with metal pulls and round keyholes with floral plating. The sides of the piece are built with handles to carry and transport the tansu. Original condition with kanji inscription on backside of chest.

Taisho period (1912-1925)

Japanese : Furniture : Tansu : Pre 1900 item #1383902
Zentner Collection
SOLD
Japanese isho tansu, or clothing chest of drawers, constructed with Persimmon wood front drawers and a Sugi (cedar) frame and interior. The tansu holds four long drawers with metal pulls and round keyholes with floral plating. The sides of the piece are built with handles to carry and transport the tansu. Original condition with kanji inscription on backside of chest.

Taisho period (1912-1925)

Dimensions: 33 1/2" x 16 1/2" x 34" H
Japanese : Tea Articles : Contemporary item #1383853 (stock #TRC18591)
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
Sold, Thank You!
Made from ferrous rich Bizen clay covered in an ashen feldspar glaze, this non-conventional Shino tea bowl is a variety known as “Beni” or crimson red. Distinctively modern yet emanating a primal vitality, the form harkens back to the very origins of ceramic exploration in Japan. The influence of Momoyama potters and greats such as Koetsu can be seen in the dynamic edges of the clay body...
Japanese : Ceramics : Pre 1970 item #1383845 (stock #MOR6782)
The Kura
sold, thank you
An early hand-blown gold impregnated vase of bubble glass by Iwata Itoko enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Aki-uta (Autumn Poem). The imagery in black is like a sumi-e ink painting. It is 10 inches (25.5 cm) tall, dated Showa 40 (1965) on bottom and in excellent condition. A vase of similar composition is held in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York...
Japanese : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1383843 (stock #1246)
Modern Japanese Ceramics
sold, thank you
Tiger stripes of crackled gold over veins of red, yellow and green on black by Kobayashi Mitsugi enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Taste of an Autum Day. It is 12-1/2 inches (32 cm) tall, 8 x 9 inches (20. X 23 cm) round and in excellent condition.
Kobayashi Mitsugi, born in Aichi prefecture in 1932, and graduated the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Contemporary item #1383814 (stock #TRC207711)
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art
$850
This piece is described on the box as a Hikidashi Kuro Chawan. In Japanese hikidashi means “a pull-out drawer” and the term first came into use at Mino kilns in the 16th century to describe individual pieces that were pulled out of the wood kiln at the peak of firing to gauge if the batch was ready. The rapid cooling of such pieces often creates dramatic effects, with the most noted being rich varieties of deep black...
Japanese : Sculpture : Pre 1800 item #1383769 (stock #817)
Antique Stones Japan
SOLD.
Seated Jizo Bosatsu, a long-stemmed lotus bud held in the right hand and a sacred jewel (Jp. hoju) in the left, figurally sculpted from a brown-hued igneous stone. Mid-Edo Period ca. 1750. Very minor old loss. Variegated lichen accumulation.

Height: 29 cm
Width: 17 cm
Depth: 14 cm
Packaged weight: 8 kg

Japanese : Sculpture : Pre 1800 item #1383767 (stock #816)
Antique Stones Japan
SOLD.
Nyoirin Kannon Bosatsu in characteristic seated pose of royal ease, sculpted in relief from a gray-brown igneous stone. Mid-Edo Period ca. 1750. Minor old loss.

Height: 39 cm
Width: 23.5 cm
Depth: 11.5 cm
Packaged weight: 15 kg

A notably charming example of Edo-Period Japanese stone sculpture, showing a precociously modernist stylistic bent.

Japanese : Metalwork : Iron : Pre 1900 item #1383748
Zentner Collection
$4,050.00
Japanese hand-forged iron tsuba, used to protect a swordsman's hand from sliding up the blade during use as well as to provide balance. The front depicts two joyful festival performers, one holding a drum and the other holding a fan, the figures in relief with gilt accenting throughout. The backside of the tsuba shows a large mallet and mortar traditionally used for pounding rice into mochi.

Dimensions: 2 3/4" x 3"
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1900 item #1383746
Zentner Collection
$2,025.00
Japanese hand-forged iron tsuba, used to protect a swordsman's hand from sliding up the blade during use as well as to provide balance. The openwork tsuba depicting two sages, their robes accented in gilt, one sage with a face of silver and the other with a face of copper. The front image is signed 'Soheishi Nyudo Soten' , the other side reads 'Goshu Hikone ju' (resides in Goshu-current Shiga prefecture).

Dimensions: 3 1/8" x 3 1/4"
Japanese : Furniture : Tansu : Pre 1900 item #1383743
Petrie-Rogers Gallery
$500.00
Japanese tansu with two sliding doors and six drawers. Pawlonia (kiri) wood with black iron hardware. Late Meiji to early Taisho Period (circa 1900 - 1920). 26 1/4" long x 24 3/8" high x 13" deep. Very good solid overall condition. There are a few old repairs to the right sliding door, which is a bit difficult to open. The original back has a small amount of worm damage and a crack along one side. Shipping estimates provided upon request.
Japanese : Samurai : Sword Fittings : Pre 1900 item #1383739
Zentner Collection
$2,400.00
Japanese tsuba, a sword fitting to protect a swordsman's hand from sliding up the blade during use as well as to provide balance. The tsuba depicts a scene of hunters, one on horseback and the other on foot wielding a staff, in pursuit of a leaping rabbit, in gilt and silver. The backside of the tsuba depicts a running fox in gilt and copper.

Dimensions: 2 1/2" x 2 1/8"
Japanese : Ceramics : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1383719 (stock #1170)
Intandane Ltd t/a 69A
**Sold** to USA, January 2021

A rare pair of heavy (solid) underglaze cobalt blue decorated porcelain Shishi Lions (koma inu 狛犬) made in the Hirado kilns, Mikawachi, Japan during the later years of the Edo period...

Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Nature : Pre 1980 item #1383683
Zentner Collection
$8,500.00
Large Japanese woodblock print of a horse by the artist Nakayama, Tadashi (born 1927). Titled, "Cyclone". This image of a horse stands with it's mane billowing with bits of color and metalic leaf. The head of the horse is patterned with colors while most of the body remains a dapple of charcoal and white. In the background, a series of thin circular lines accent a metalic leaf sun or moon. Signed in pencil and numbered 85 of 85...
Japanese : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1900 item #1383667
GALERIE GELUK Asian and Buddhist Art
Price on Request
Detailed lacquered wood statue of Avalokiteshvara or Kannon. She sits on a lotus throne. In good condition. Japan, circa 1850.
Japanese : Textiles : Kimono : Pre 1930 item #1383651
Zentner Collection
$450.00
Japanese Satsuma ware obidome (obi broach) made of ceramic and decorated with orange blossoming chrysanthemums. This three dimensional obidome is painted with gold details and has a slot in the back through which an obijime cord can be strung. With signed kiri wood tomobako.

Taisho Period (circa 1920)

Dimensions: 1 3/4" diameter
Japanese : Lacquer : Accessories : Pre 1920 item #1383649
Zentner Collection
sold
Japanese antique inro with one compartment, carved of wood and lacquered a very dark brown. On one side, a silvery bat flies through the air. On the other side, a fishing net hangs to dry on a fence. The fishing net is done in gold lacquer and the fence is made of shell inlay. The inside of the inro case is lacquered a deep red with gold edging.

Late Meiji Period (1868-1912)

Dimensions: 2 1/8" high x 3" wide
 
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