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Japanese, Meiji Perod Iron Brush Washer

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Metalwork: Pre 1900   item# 1287600 (stock# AJ-43-PS)

Japanese, Meiji Perod Iron Brush Washer
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$225.00 

An unusual 19th C iron brush washer. Crafted with a finish and patina similar to that found on Tetsubin of the period. Circular, with opposing brush rests in the rim. In the center of the bowl there are there rows of three domes of a style called large Hail Stones on Tetsubin. The base is finished with a circular foot. In very good condition. 5 1/2 " in diameter.


Japanese, Meiji Imari Sometsuke Porcelain Bowl

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1263753 (stock# AJ-561-sac)

Japanese, Meiji Imari Sometsuke Porcelain Bowl
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An attractive, shallow porcelain bowl with foliated rim and fluted caveto The Sometsuke, ( cobalt blue underglaze painting ), depicts a crane in flight, symbol of long life and a popular provincial motif. Classically 19th Century with pin holes in the glaze and spur marks on the base. In excellent condition. 11' in diameter x 2" in height.


Japanese artist Hodaka Yoshida, Untitled Print

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Woodcuts: Pre 1970   item# 1263723 (stock# AJ-42-mb)

Japanese artist Hodaka Yoshida, Untitled Print
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$575.00 

A 1961, untitled woodblock print from Hodaka Yoshida, (1926-1995). A leading mid 20th Century Japanese modernist who's work is sought after by collectors. Signed Y.H. in the lower right corner. In excellent condition. Professionally framed with a double matt. Frame, 13.75" x 17", image 4" x 6".


Tennen Wood Cut Print, Kimono Design

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Woodblock Prints: Pre 1900   item# 1263243 (stock# AJ-14-mb)

Tennen Wood Cut Print, Kimono Design
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$450.00 

It is said that the Meiji Emperor urged Tennen Moyo Kagami, one of the foremost Kimono designers of his time, to publish his designs in an effort to encourage the Japanese people to appreciate the old traditions. This urging resulted in the publication in 1899, of a now very rare, five volume set of designs. This beautiful woodcut is a testament to Tennen's skill. Professionally framed in acid free materials. Aiban size, 9" x 13" and in frame 18.5" X 14.5". slight toni ...click for details


Japanese, Sumida Gawa Teapot

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1950   item# 1261342 (stock# AJ-52-mb)

Japanese, Sumida Gawa Teapot
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$250.00 

With an unusual buff body on which a molded porcelain scene of two monks or pilgrims are resting and taking a moment for tea, this teapot has all of the classic characteristics of Sumida Gawa pottery. The pot is signed with the familiar Inoue Ryosai cartouche. Both the bamboo handle and the lid are original to the piece. 6" in height, 5" in diameter. In excellent condition.


Rikio Takahashi, Lyric Kyoto

Catalogue: Fine Art: Prints: Woodcuts: Pre 1980   item# 1261037 (stock# AJ-54-mb)

Rikio Takahashi, Lyric Kyoto
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$500.00 

Lyric Kyoto, a woodcut by Rikio Takahashi, b. 1917. An impression from the same printing is in the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art. the image is 4.25' x 6" and shown with a matt which is 9.5" x 12". In excellent condition


Japanese, Sumida Gawa Tankard

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Earthenware: Pre 1940   item# 1260434 (stock# AJ-521-sg)

Japanese, Sumida Gawa Tankard
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$375.00 

This is a very nice example of signed Sumida Gawa in the seldom encountered Tankard size. The applied elephant is in very good condition with no chips or damage. The handle has been well repaired. The foot rim shows slight wear and there is one slight rub on the body. Overall in very good condition. Size is 5.75" in height and 3.75" in diameter.


Japanese, a group of Antique Fuchi and Kashira

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Swords and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1254853 (stock# AJ-021-MG)

Japanese, a group of Antique Fuchi and Kashira
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$245.00 

A group of one Fuchi Kashira set for a Tanto and three Kashira for Katana or Wakizashi. The Kashira are variously ornamented, as shown and the Fuchi Kashira are ribbed copper. All are Antique.


Japanese, Antique Hira-Zukuri Tanto Blade

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Swords and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1254849 (stock# AJ-501-BB)

Japanese, Antique Hira-Zukuri Tanto Blade
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$245.00 

An unmounted Tanto blade in the desirable Hira-Zukuri or flat sided style. The characteristics of the blade are obscured by the need for restoration. The blade surface is stained and has some shallow pitting and would require polish to allow detailed examination of it's construction. There is a faint hamon, and small nicks to the blade edge as, as shown. The nakago has a single hole and appears to have been repaired and cleaned by some former owner. The overall length is 14.75", nakago ...click for details


Japanese, Shi Shi Tanto Menuki

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Swords and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1254794 (stock# AJ-29-MB)

Japanese, Shi Shi Tanto Menuki
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$295.00 

Due to their size, we are assuming that these finely sculpted Shishi or Flower Lions were intended a Tanto. Gold Gilt over bronze. In excellent condition. Probably 18th Century.


Japanese, War Fan Menuki

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Swords and Related: Pre 1900   item# 1254016 (stock# AJ-29-MB)

Japanese, War Fan Menuki
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$350.00 

A signed pair of War Fan Menuki for the Tsuka on a Japanese Katana or Wakizashi. Gold Gilt over bronze or brass with fine detail. The size suggests that they are probably Edo Period. Signed and in a keri wood storage box. 2.5" in length.


Japanese, Vintage Kama for Tea Ceremony

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Metalwork: Pre 1980   item# 1253258 (stock# AJ-00-pj)

Japanese, Vintage Kama for Tea Ceremony
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$250.00 

Collected in Japan in the 1970's and never used, this Kama is in mint condition. With an attractive textured metal body and lion heads holding metal rings at the shoulders. The lid is patinated brass or bronze with a melon like finial. A functional art object, ready for use in Tea Ceremony. Showa Period , mid 1970's. 9.6" in diameter and 8.6" in height.


Japanese, Large Antique Seto Stoneware bowl

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1910   item# 1253254 (stock# AJ-95-acta)

Japanese, Large Antique Seto Stoneware bowl
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$295.00 

Impressive in it's size, this bowl was crafted to be used. With characteristic creamy yellow underglaze, a green drip from the rim and a prominent crackle this was a beauty when it came from the kiln. Years of use have left a few attractive scars with chips, glaze cracks and a few hairlines. None the less it is still a piece that speaks to a collector. We have tried to include images that tell the story. Please feel free to ask questions. Meiji Period, C 1900. 14.75" in Diamete ...click for details


Japanese Meiji Bronze Jar

Catalogue: Hidden: Viewable: Pre 1920   item# 1253017 (stock# AJ-981-pg)

Japanese Meiji Bronze Jar
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The shape of this jar is enhanced by the artists use of two patinas, with the darker applied slanting horizontally across the face, with the lighter suggesting the sky and the darker lower half suggesting the earth. A Family of Pheasants, Rooster, Hen and Chick in mixed metals adorns the mid face. In excellent condition, having been stored in it's included cedar storage box since the 1940's. 7" in height, 5" in diameter.


Japanese," Tree Bark" Studio Pottery Bowl

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1920   item# 1253013 (stock# AJ-57-ar)

Japanese," Tree Bark" Studio Pottery Bowl
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$225.00 

Reflecting the Japanese reverence for nature during the Meiji Period, this bowl has a textured surface called Totai or Tree Bark. The shape of the bowl is the tree trunk in cross section. Perhaps intended an incense bowl? Standing on four short pillar legs, the bowl is 8.75" in diameter and 2.25" in height. In excellent condition with no cracks or damage.

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