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An original Japanese color woodblock print by the artist Keisai Eisen (1791-1848), in oban yoko-e size. Depicting two women walking in the snow along the Sumida river. Condition: very good impression, still good colors, centerfold, lower rim with few small wormholes, slightly soiled, laid down at upper corners in matt. Dimension: 23.8 cm x 37.8 cm.
Extraordinary and more than one hundred year old water jar Mizusashi. It is signed by an unknown artist on the bottom.
This Bizen ware Mizusashi has a breathtaking shape and very good yellowish natural glaze called Goma. Great!
Mizusashi are containers of fresh water for replenishing the pot and rinsing bowls in the tea ceremony.
No chips or cracks, heavy weight 2,2 kg. Size: 5.5'' height, 7.92'' width.Shipping included
Lovely set of 5 Oribe ceramic tea ceremony sweets plates (set of 10 available). This famed stoneware with the trademark olive green glazes and feldspar iron geometric glazes makes a wonderful art deco impression. C.1915 earlier Taisho Period. 8" long x 4" wide. Seal on back. Ask for shipping quote.
Japanese satsuma vase with a textured bark underglaze, with the image of a large, striking dragon in green and red enamel, outlined in gilt wire. The bottom is outlined with geometric enamel patterns, and the top near the mouth has cherry blossoms and vines in enamel.
Meiji Period (1868-1912)
Size: 12.25" height, 7" width
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Antique Japanese karuma tansu, or wheeled chest, made from keyaki (elm) wood with a deep red lacquer finish, featuring an unusual back and sides with horizontal slats. The front features two sets of large drawers with vertical locking bars and a corner safebox. Set of keys included. Edo period (1615-1867) Size: 47" High 54" Long X 29" Deep
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Japanese three string musical instrument Player, Meiji period, late 1800's, 2" high, 2 1/2" wide, ,1 1/2" deep, the ivory figure is finely done, add nice age patina on smooth rounded carving with humorous face and hairdo, small tip of the string instrument is broken off, age crack on the tip of the robe on the left back side about 1/2" long.
Beautiful antique Japanese single-section tansu from Sado Island, its front frame entirely covered by iron work. It has two large main drawers with large rectangular lockplates, the top incised with a crane and the bottom with the image of two turtles, referencing the old saying Tsuru Sen-nen, Kame Man-nen (as the crane lives one thousand years, the tortoise ten thousand years) to represent longevity...
Meiji Era (around 1910) Samurai Tea Bowl with fantastic painting, marked on the bottom 'Heian'.
White porcelain from Kyo ware is coated with vivid silver glaze and a handpainting of ocean, clouds and a kabuto (a Japanese amor samurai helmet).
Kabuto is a type of helmet first used by ancient Japanese warriors, and in later periods, they became an important part of the traditional Japanese armour worn by the samurai class and their retainers in feudal Japan...
japanes antique textile saiyuu2
This is Fukusa of beautiful embroidery made in Kyoto in the Edo era. As for the embroidery, the thread which gold leaf was rolled round is used and is made all by hand. The surface does not have a stain and the damage. And there are a few stains to the lining. It does not stand out. This is embroidery of a lucky bird. Size 71cmx 67cm (27.9 "x 26.3")
japanes antique textile saiyuu2
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This is Maru-Obi woven in Kyoto Nisijin for the Meiji period. It is splendid condition having neither the stain nor the damage. It is woven very closely. Because a lot of threads of the gold are employed, there is luster very much, and this is beautiful. This is woven by the repetition of the pattern same as the both sides. Size 29cmx 366cm (11.4 "x 144")
Antique Japanese pair of hirado porcelain puppy dogs, with round floppy ears, curly tails, and a ribbon around each of their necks. Each puppy has unglazed, pierced eyes, with a gas hole molded on the bottoms. 19th century Size: 3.75" height, 2.75" width
Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1272558
Charming very old wicker storage box with removable lid. Top of box color is a deep dark brown with crossing wood panels. Red flower is embellished on front of box, along with featured Japanese characters. Edo Period (1603-1868) Dimensions: 23.25" Tall, 16.5" Deep, 31" Wide
Japanese : Pre 1700 item #1272256 (stock #603)
Antique Stones Japan
Seated Amida Buddha, the hands placed centrally on the lap in the Amida jo-in concentration mudra, sculpted in relief from tuff, an igneous stone composed largely of volcanic ash. Late-Muromachi Period ca. 1550. Very minor old loss, with variegated lichen accumulation.
Height: 46 cm
A charming Amida Buddha most likely employed as a Dosojin road-guardian stone, showing clear stylistic signs of a Muromachi-Period manufacture. Uncommon.
Modern Japanese Ceramics
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A beautiful example of Oni Shino by world famous Tsukigata Nahiko enclosed in a wooden box signed by his student Ayukai Kogetsu. Wild glazing and a dark burn on the rim define the work, showing reason for this artists great demand. Signed on the base it is 4-1/2 inches (11.5 cm) diameter, 4 inches (10 cm) tall and in excellent condition.
Tsukigata Nahiko (1923-2006) was not only an accomplished ceramic artist, but also a painter, calligrapher, sculptor and musician...
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A pair of superb Tokkuri by Raku Kichizaemon enclosed in the original signed wooden box, each stamped on the base, each unique with one in dark Raku glaze, the other swiped with ash leaving large areas of raw clay exposed. Each one is 16 cm (6 inches) tall and in fine condition. These are by the Kichizaemon X, according to the book Sado Bijutsu Teccho, it is the earliest of his four known stamps...
Modern Japanese Ceramics
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An angular pottery form covered in Seto glaze by Kawamoto Taro enclosed in the original signed wooden box. The pierced sides are reminiscent of an oki-goro (an incense burner placed over a dish in which incense burns). It is 18 x 8 x 9 inches (46 x 20 x 23 cm) and in excellent condition, consistent with works dating from the later 80s.
Kawamoto Taro (b 1955) graduated Aichi prefectural art university in 1977...
Darling Antique Japanese gilt metal pair of hand mirror and brush. Designed with picture of flowers in cloisonné on backs. Flowers are blue with white and yellow, on a black background. The set has matching handles, which display a butterfly fan, palms, and woman holding her mirror at the bottom. Meiji Period: Circa 1910 Dimensions: Mirror- 9.5" Long X 3.5" Wide Brush- 9" Long X 2.75" Wide
Golden Age Antiques
This is an extremely rare Japanese cloisonne enamel. It appears to be an early Ando piece. I say this because of the form used and the enamel technique used on this vase. The enameling has characteristics similar to some of the unique signed Kawade pieces with their mottled flowing enamels done in various colors. The enamels also vary from translucent to opaque. The vase is heavy due to the thick enameling...