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Japanese Imari Bowl

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1297705 (stock#5643a)

Japanese Imari Bowl
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Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
Tel.212-223-4600



 

An exquisite Imari porcelain bowl with slightly flared rim and double- ring base. Encircling the exterior is a diamond-patterned band and fan-shaped cartouches with groves of kiku and butterflies alternating with stylized gilt phoenix. A similar band of alternating phoenix and fan-cartouches decorates the inner walls of the bowl, its hexagonal center a rondel with two shishi on a bed of stylized chrysanthemums. Beautifully worked in gilt, slate-blue, iron red, lavender and green glazes, this bow ...click for details


Antique Japanese Hirasa Porcelain Vase

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1297661 (stock#094)

Antique Japanese Hirasa Porcelain Vase
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HIRASA VASE

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Ko Imari Botan-zu Soba Choku c.1760-80

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1297474 (stock#2855)

Ko Imari Botan-zu Soba Choku c.1760-80
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EastWest Gallery




£40 - $75 

An Arita soba choko, inoguchi, decorated with two panels of quite crudely painted Peonies, and two narrower panels containing a Peach branch with three fruits. An hakami border to the base of the beaker. Diaper border to the rim and gobenka motif within a double ring to the well of the beaker. It measures 8.3cm in diameter and stands 6.8cm high and is in good condition with no cracks, chips or restoration. Shipping at Cost


Ko Imari Hasami Soba Choko c.1780

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1297473 (stock#2854)

Ko Imari Hasami Soba Choko c.1780
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EastWest Gallery




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A straight sided soba choku, inoguchi, hog mouthed beaker, probably originating from the Hasami kilns in the Saga fief, decorated with what appears to be a branch of a Peach tree displaying three Peaches, momo, symbols of longevity inset in a window within a pattern of sarasa, bamboo leaves, and crossed bamboo canes. The inner rim decorated with a diaper border, and a stamped gobenka within a double ring. The bulls eye base, janomi, shows evidence of some sort of dark grey slip applied to the un ...click for details


Ko Imari Karahanamon Soba Choku c.1760-80

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1297464 (stock#2853)

Ko Imari Karahanamon Soba Choku c.1760-80
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EastWest Gallery




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An Arita Soba Choko painted a ground of triangular shaped reserves with a window containing a so-called Tang flower, karahanamon, a flower of precious appearance. The foot is decorated with a so-called hakama border pattern, and the interior of the rim is decorated with a diaper border and a Three Friends of Winter ring, kanjō shōchikubai, within a double ring within the well of the beaker. The beaker dates to the late mid Edo period Horekei to Meiwa. The beaker measures 8.7cm in dia ...click for details


Ko Imari Takaramono Soba Choko c.1760-80

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1297463 (stock#2852)

Ko Imari Takaramono Soba Choko c.1760-80
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An Arita Soba Choko decorated with an overlapping pattern of Peony petals, sō botan hanabira bun, with a window containing a pair of auspicious Precious Objects, a Fly Whisk and three Scrolls bound, by ribbons, mado e takara. This motif appears to have been borrowed from Chinese Kraak style patterns of the late Ming period. The foot is decorated with a band of stylised stiff leaves, and the interior of the rim is decorated with a diaper border and a Three Friends of Winter motif, kanjō ...click for details


Ko Imari Seigaihamon Soba Choko c.1780

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1297462 (stock#2851)

Ko Imari Seigaihamon Soba Choko c.1780
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An Arita soba choko or inoguchi, hog mouthed beaker, decorated in underglaze blue with a pattern of imbricated “wave pattern” roundels, seigaihamon marumon, set against a cross hatched ground, Kōsa-sen bun, framed by vertical pillar divisions with demi floret terminals. The base of the beaker decorated with a simplified stiff leaves and flowers border. The inner rim decorated with a diaper border and the interior with a gobenka motif within a double ring. The cup dates to the late mid Edo ...click for details


Pair of Arita Ovoid Jars c.1660

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1297365 (stock#2850)

Pair of Arita Ovoid Jars c.1660
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EastWest Gallery




£900 - $1450 

A pair of very early Arita jars of ovoid form, apparently following a Dutch Delftware interpretation of a Chinese late Ming original. The design seems to be a combination of two late Ming patterns arranged on top of each other. The first of two squatting scholars, and the second of a scholar with attendant, a boy carrying writing instruments in the Chinese original, and apparently here a man carrying a large tray of steaming hot pies, The vases are not flawless, as one would expect, one has ...click for details


Rare Arita “Birdes in Branches” Ewer c.1660

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1297363 (stock#2849)

Rare Arita “Birdes in Branches” Ewer c.1660
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EastWest Gallery




£430 - $690 

A good early Arita Ewer of European form, probably derived from a German stoneware precedent, and decorated in the style of Chinese Transitional export ware with a repeating pattern of bands of Birds and flowers. The jug stands 21.5cm and is in good condition with no chips or restorations, a short trivial hairline to the rim and to the handle, see image no 5. These are usually dated to the period 1660-80. See The Voyage of Old Imari Porcelains No 132 for a Jug of similar form and decoration th ...click for details


Rare Ko Imari Namban and Shou Bowl c.1750 No 2

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1297353 (stock#2848)

Rare Ko Imari Namban and Shou Bowl c.1750 No 2
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EastWest Gallery




£100 - $160 

A very unusual dish decorated in somenishiki-de style with a fanciful landscape featuring a Namban figure, a Portuguese perhaps rather than a Dutchman, accompanied by a servant with parasol, walking to and from some sort of compound in the background with a curious barrel shaped tower. The well of the bowl and the exterior decorated in underglaze blue with a Shou symbol, Kotobuki, and three pussy foot Dragons to the exterior of the bowl. The bowl has no attached foot-rim as such, but an unglazed ...click for details


Rare Ko Imari Namban and Shou Bowl c.1750 No 1

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1800   item# 1297351 (stock#2847)

Rare Ko Imari Namban and Shou Bowl c.1750 No 1
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EastWest Gallery




£300 - $480 

A very unusual shallow bowl decorated in somenishiki-de style with a fanciful landscape featuring a Namban figure, a Portugese perhaps rather than a Dutchman, accompanied by a servant with parasol, walking to and from some sort of compound in the background with a curious barrel shaped tower. The well of the bowl and the exterior decorated in underglaze blue with a Shou symbol, Kotobuki, and three pussy foot Dragons to the exterior of the bowl. The bowl has no attached foot-rim as such, but ...click for details


Rare Ko Imari Hollander Rice Bowl and Cover c.1820 No 2

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1297336 (stock#2846)

Rare Ko Imari Hollander Rice Bowl and Cover c.1820 No 2
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EastWest Gallery




£230 - $360. 

A fine Arita Chawan, rice bowl and cover, decorated with a tripartite scheme. The design quite cleverly incorporates the three principal styles or schools of Japanese Art of the late Edo period, the Namban, the Rimpa and the Bunjinga School. The first panel shows a Dutchman, gaijin, holding a cane standing in front of a table upon which there is a crackle glazed vase with Peacock feathers and a brush-pot. The rather stiff almost naïve style of the composition seems to have its origin in cont ...click for details


Rare Ko Imari Hollander Rice Bowl and Cover c.1820 No 1

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1297335 (stock#2845)

Rare Ko Imari Hollander Rice Bowl and Cover c.1820 No 1
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EastWest Gallery




£230 - $360. 

A fine Arita Chawan, rice bowl and cover, decorated with a tripartite scheme. The design quite cleverly incorporates the three principal styles or schools of Japanese Art of the late Edo period, the Namban, the Rimpa and the Bunjinga School. The first panel shows a Dutchman, gaijin, holding a cane standing in front of a table upon which there is a crackle glazed vase with Peacock feathers and a brush-pot. The rather stiff almost naïve style of the composition seems to have its origin in cont ...click for details


Antique Japanese Imari gilt enamel charger late Edo to Meiji

Artists: Ceramics: Porcelain: Pre 2000   item# 1296837 (stock#9158)

Antique Japanese Imari gilt enamel charger late Edo to Meiji
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One of a Kind Antiques and Art
860-526-9736



$750.00 

Antique Japanese Imari gilt enamel charger. Late Edo to Meiji period, circa 1860-70. Unusual asymetric design with mythical bird, serpent, and auspicious symbols. Surface shows gilt and enamel loss but no chips or cracks. Measures 16.5 inches across. .....If you wish to browse our entire inventory please go to www.oneofakindantiques.com...... We also offer a consultation service www.AntiquesConsultant.com,..... as well as an online price guide at www.PriceMyItem.com.


Meiji-Taisho Period Kutani Vase by Shimizu Bizan

Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1920   item# 1296004

Meiji-Taisho Period Kutani Vase by Shimizu Bizan
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Meiji Bijutsu
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A wonderful porcelain vase from the Kutani tradition, one of the finest and most renown Japanese ceramics. It was made by a recognized craftsman named Shimizu Bizan (born Shimizu Tokutaro 1861-1926).

Shimizu Bizan learned painting and Satsuma porcelain techniques. These influences make for unique designs. This particular vase is decorated with two "Ho-o" (Fenghuang, in Chinese), one male and one female, ...click for details

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