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1920s tea ceremony copper silver BOWL

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1930   item# 1240752

1920s tea ceremony copper silver BOWL
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$125 

Taisho period (1920s) Japanese hammered copper chakin tarai - bowl used in tea ceremony for soaking tea cloth & whisk. Excellent piece in arts and crafts spirit, hammered body with petal-shaped rim and silvered inside. Obvious signs of usage on the inside, beautiful 2-colored patina on the outside. Stamped on the bottom with a 4-character maker’s mark on the bottom. Produces very pleasing and long lasting sound when tapped. Diameter 7 1/4 inches, height 2 inches.


Japanese lacquer tea ceremony CHASHAKU by SENSEKI

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1980   item# 1232638

Japanese lacquer tea ceremony CHASHAKU by SENSEKI
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$150 

Japanese bamboo chashaku (tea scoop used for powdered tea during tea ceremony) of simple elegant shape with gold on black lacquer decoration of cherry flowers on branches. Superb quality work, in perfect condition. Comes in original box with cord for securing the lid, and with wrapping cloth, must be about 30 years old. Signed on the top of the box SENSEKI with red seal of the lacquerer, and inscribed WAJIMA NURI CHASHAKU. Excellent elegant object. Chashaku length 7 5/8 inches, box length 8 1/2 ...click for details


1930s Japanese bronze tea ceremony HIBASHI Myochin

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1940   item# 1060637

1930s Japanese bronze tea ceremony HIBASHI Myochin
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$195 

1930s Japanese bronze tea ceremony hibashi (chopsticks for handling charcoal in hibachi brazier) in original signed box. Finely made of bronze with high copper contents, elegant and practical shape with thinner and thicker areas for convenience of holding, embossed areas at the working end for better handling of charcoals. Superb patina, beautiful wear, pleasantly heavy. Each chopstick is marked HYAKUO MUNEYUKI SAKU (made by Hyakuo Munechika), and I believe the maker to be a member of Myochin fa ...click for details


1920s tea ceremony copper silver BOWL

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1930   item# 1060632

1920s tea ceremony copper silver BOWL
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$135 

Taisho period (1920s) Japanese hammered copper chakin tarai - bowl used in tea ceremony for soaking tea cloth & whisk. Beautifully hammered body with petal-shaped rim and silvered inside. Obvious signs of usage on the inside, very nice delicate malachite colored areas on the outside. Signed in the center of the bottom MASAYOSHIDO TSUKURU (Made by Masayoshido) with surrounding inscription which can be translated as “Great Bear Bank Corporation” - the bowl must have been a company gift. Produc ...click for details


Japanese tea ceremony CHASHAKU for natsume

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1960   item# 1060615

Japanese tea ceremony CHASHAKU for natsume
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$125 

Unusual Japanese bamboo chashaku (tea scoop used for powdered tea during tea ceremony). This wide chashaku is used for transfer of powdered tea from the natsume to the tea bowl, and I believe this form of chashaku is called Su-Goshi. Comes in paulownia box and with wrapping cloth, must be about 50 years old. Excellent elegant object in perfect condition, beautiful patina from use. Chashaku width 11/16 inches, length 7 1/2 inches, box length 8 5/8 inches.


Japanese bronze tea ceremony HAISAJI spoon for ashes

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1960   item# 1060614

Japanese bronze tea ceremony HAISAJI spoon for ashes
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$100 

Unusual Japanese bronze / brass haisaji - spoon for ashes from hibachi used during tea ceremony. Good design, hammered spoon part, braided wire nicely imitating cord. Comes in paulownia box with wrapping cloth, must be about 40 years old. Wonderful object in great condition, beautiful patina from use. Spoon length 8 1/2 inches, box length 9 1/4 inches.

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