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Japanese Brown Mingei Stoneware Sake Bottle Tokkuri

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1900   item# 1236022

Japanese Brown Mingei Stoneware Sake Bottle Tokkuri
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Petrie-Rogers Gallery
(520) 293-8355


$150 

Japanese folk art stoneware sake bottle with flat base and bottle mouth decorated overall with a creamy brown glaze. A handmade rope is still attached to the mouth. 19th century. 8 5/8" high. Very good overall condition. From a Tucson, AZ estate.


9"H Chinese Ming Dynasty Fahua Glazed Warrior Figure

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre 1700   item# 1230703

9"H Chinese Ming Dynasty Fahua Glazed Warrior Figure
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Petrie-Rogers Gallery
(520) 293-8355


$850 

Chinese Ming dynasty fahua figure molded in the form of a standing warrior glazed in brilliant aubergine, amber, and turquoise enamels, the face, hands, and back left unglazed. A hole in the fist of the raised arm suggests the figure once held a staff or weapon. The interior is hollow and unglazed. 16th century. Stands 9” high. Very good overall condition with only minor glaze flaking evident. There is a chip in the inside edge of the base and there are some collector or dealer notations in ...click for details


Chinese Qing Guangxu Cizhou Stoneware Pillow Boy Child

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pre 1900   item# 1205789

Chinese Qing Guangxu Cizhou Stoneware Pillow Boy Child
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(520) 293-8355


SOLD 

Large Chinese Ming dynasty style creamy white slip glazed Cizhou-type stoneware pillow moulded in the form of a small boy crouching on unglazed knees and elbows with head upright, arms folded, and feet slightly raised. Chocolate brown slip glazed accents highlight his collar, tufts of hair, wrist band, and facial features. There is a small vent hole in his backside. Guangxu period (circa 1900). 15” long x 9 1/2” high x 6” wide. Very good overall condition. Old browned crazing is evident and ther ...click for details


Japanese Meiji Imari Porcelain Pear Form Lidded Jar

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1176153

Japanese Meiji Imari Porcelain Pear Form Lidded Jar
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(520) 293-8355


Donated to the Asian Arts Council of the Phoenix Art Museum 

Japanese Meiji period Imari porcelain jar of inverted pear form covered with a high domed lid topped with a bud form finial. The vertically ribbed body is decorated in underglaze cobalt blue and overglaze rust-red and coral enamel with gilt highlights and features four alternating panels of overglaze enamel butterflies, flowers, and foliage set against a white porcelain ground. The panels are bordered in underglaze cobalt blue patterned vertical strips. 9 ¾”H x about 5” diameter. Circa 1880-1 ...click for details


Two Qing Guangxu Pottery Joss Stick Holder Green Parrot

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Pottery: Pre 1900   item# 1140216

Two Qing Guangxu Pottery Joss Stick Holder Green Parrot
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(520) 293-8355


$300 Pair 

Pair of late Qing pottery joss stick holders in the form of parrots perched on a rocky base. The birds are painted on the biscuit in a green glaze with brown and yellow accents. 9 1/4” and 8 3/4” high. Late 19th to early 20th century. Very good overall condition. There are minor glaze flakes to the head of the tallest bird. From the private collection of a former American expatriate to Guangzhou in 1983-1984.


Japanese Treebark Ceramic Cloisonne Vase Landscape

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Pre 1920   item# 1056365

Japanese Treebark Ceramic Cloisonne Vase Landscape
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(520) 293-8355


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8 3/8" high Japanese treebark vase decorated on the front with a landscape motif. Tree-bark (Jitaisome Jippo) is a form of ceramic cloisonne in which the colors are done using lacquer rather than enamel. Using lacquer to cover the porcelain jar to resemble treebark, the wires are set into the lacquer to form the designs and the cells are filled with lacquer and polished. This lacquer is not fired. Dates from the Taisho to early Showa period. There is a very worn unidentified stamped mark on ...click for details


Pair Large Japanese Meiji Imari Porcelain Lidded Jars

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Pre 1900   item# 1011575

Pair Large Japanese Meiji Imari Porcelain Lidded Jars
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(520) 293-8355


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Matching pair of Japanese Imari porcelain jars of inverted pear form covered with a high domed lid topped with a round chrysanthemum bud form finial. The vertically ribbed body is decorated in underglaze cobalt blue and overglaze rust-red enamel and gilt highlights. A large panel on the front features two shishi on opposing sides of a prominent floral pattern while the back holds a smaller cartouche with a bird and flower motif. 18-petal chrysanthemum (kiku) mon are also set against a backgro ...click for details


Japanese Edo 7" Dia. Imari Porcelain Bowl Chenghua Mark

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 991598

Japanese Edo 7" Dia. Imari Porcelain Bowl Chenghua Mark
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Petrie-Rogers Gallery
(520) 293-8355


$55 

Japanese 19th century Imari bowl with foliate rim decorated on the interior with a flowering plant executed in underglaze blue and overglaze enamels with gilt highlights set against a white porcelain ground. Eight underglaze blue cloud forms decorate the exterior. The base is marked with an apocryphal Chinese Ming dynasty "Chenghua year made" mark. 7" diameter x 2 1/8"H. Very good overall condition with typical minor wear to the gilt and enamels. This bowl is from a Santa ...click for details


Pair of 6.5" Dia. Japanese Meiji Imari Porcelain Dishes

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1910   item# 990546

Pair of 6.5" Dia. Japanese Meiji Imari Porcelain Dishes
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(520) 293-8355


$75 Pair 

Two Japanese Imari porcelain octagonal form dishes measuring about 6 1/2"L x 5 1/2”W x 1 1/2"H. Each dish is decorated in underglaze blue and overglaze polychrome pigments with gilt highlights and features a central medallion with a bird flying above a landscape. The interior border consists of eight alternating geometric and floral panels. The exterior circumference is decorated with an underglaze blue karakusa motif. The dishes appear to date from the late Meiji to Taisho period (ci ...click for details


Pair 6" Diameter Japanese Meiji Imari Porcelain Dishes

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1910   item# 990366

Pair 6" Diameter Japanese Meiji Imari Porcelain Dishes
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(520) 293-8355


$75 Pair 

Two Japanese Imari porcelain round form dishes measuring 6" diameter x 1 1/4” high. Each dish is decorated in underglaze blue and overglaze polychrome pigments with gilt highlights and features a circular central floral medallion surrounded by six alternating panels, three painted with flowers in a garden and three decorated with birds set against an underglaze blue background with gilt scrolling vine highlights. The exterior circumference is decorated with underglaze blue stylized forms. ...click for details


Two Japanese Kutani Plates Yamashita Hotei Fudo Dragon

Catalogue: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Pre 1930   item# 965429

Two Japanese Kutani Plates Yamashita Hotei Fudo Dragon
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(520) 293-8355


SOLD 

Pair of Japanese Kutani foliate form export porcelain plates very finely decorated in overglaze enamels and gilt highlights. One plate features a central Hotei figure (one of the Seven Gods of Good Luck) and the second the diety Fudo Myo-o, carrying in his hand the rope with which he binds the enemies of the Buddhist faith. Two dragons among clouds encircle the exterior cavetto. Various family crests are scattered around the front and back. The bases are marked “Japan Yamashita made” (possib ...click for details


8.5" Japanese Meiji Kutani Porcelain Deep Bowl Peacock

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 957474

8.5" Japanese Meiji Kutani Porcelain Deep Bowl Peacock
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(520) 293-8355


$175 

Japanese "aka-e" (red) Kutani porcelain deep bowl decorated in overglaze rust-red and polychrome enamels with gilt highlights and featuring a central scene with a peacock on a craggy ledge in a landscape with flowering plants and a bird overhead. The interior and exterior sides are decorated with alternating floral and geometric panels. The base holds a red mark reading in Japanese "Kutani" plus an additional unidentified mark. 8 ½” diameter x 3 ½” high. Meiji period (late ...click for details


Japanese Edo - Meiji Arita Imari Porcelain Covered Bowl

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 897341

Japanese Edo - Meiji Arita Imari Porcelain Covered Bowl
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(520) 293-8355


SOLD 

Japanese Imari porcelain covered vegetable bowl measuring 5 1/8" diameter x 3 3/8” high. The bowl and lid are decorated in underglaze blue (sometsuke) and overglaze polychrome pigments with gilt highlights and features six alternating floral panels. The interior is undecorated. A central square red seal is on the top of the lid and an underglaze blue square "fuku" mark is on the base. Dates from the 19th century (late Edo to Meiji perid). Very good overall condition.


Japanese Edo Arita Porcelain Sometsuke Nagazara Tray

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 897313

Japanese Edo Arita Porcelain Sometsuke Nagazara Tray
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Petrie-Rogers Gallery
(520) 293-8355


$100 

Japanese Arita porcelain nagazara rectangular tray decorated in sometsuke (underglaze blue enamel). The interior center features a shochikubai pattern, or “three friends” motif of pine, prunus and bamboo. The exterior is decorated with a sometsuke karakusa (scrolling foliage) design. The four edges have a cut corner finish. Similar examples of the pattern on the interior cavetto can be found on page 516 (plate 4070) and on 521 (plates 4111 and 4112) of the “Complete Catalogue of the Shibata Col ...click for details


Japanese Meiji Aka-e Kutani Porcelain Bowl - 8.5" Dia.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 889282

Japanese Meiji Aka-e Kutani Porcelain Bowl - 8.5" Dia.
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Petrie-Rogers Gallery
(520) 293-8355


$275 

Japanese Meiji period "aka-e" (red) Kutani deep bowl finely decorated on the interior with a dense geometric and floral pattern in overglaze rust-red and gilt highlights. A square cartouche at the center holds a gilt "ho-o" (phoenix) bird in flight. The exterior is decorated around the circumference with festive lanterns. The base holds a red three-character mark reading in Japanese "Kutani made." Dates from the late 19th century. 8 1/2" diameter x 2 5/8" ...click for details

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