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Fine Large Arita Transitional Style Kendi c.1670

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1090460 (stock# 2307)

Fine Large Arita Transitional Style Kendi c.1670
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A large Kendi made for export to South East Asia of typical form with a Chinese transitional style pattern of landscapes. It measures 21.5cm high, the body of the vessel having a diameter of approximately 15cm excluding the spout, and is in good condition with no chips, cracks or restoration, a small kiln flaw to the tip of the nipple of the spout. See Shibatta Collection no 1828 for a similar but smaller example dated 1670-90. Shipping at Cost.


Nabeshima Style Mukozuke / Food Container

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1910   item# 1086284 (stock# 2205)

Nabeshima Style Mukozuke / Food Container
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$75 

Hexagonal Nabeshima style mukozuke or food container with blue orchid Koransha-Fukagawa mark. Finely potted translucent porcelain decorated with underglaze cobalt blue and iron red enamel over milky white ground. The foot rim is unglazed. About 6.5cm H x 10.5cm W at top. No damage. Most likely Meiji (1868-1912). Insured shipping at cost.


Sake Cup by Poet-Potter Otagaki Rengetsu

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1900   item# 1084716 (stock# 2202)

Sake Cup by Poet-Potter Otagaki Rengetsu
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Sake cup made and signed by the poet-potter Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875). About 2.4-2.6"(6.2-6.7 cm) W x 1.8" (4.5 cm) H. Excellent condition save one hairline (please see our images). Additional images on request. Insured shipping at cost.


Ai Kakiemon Tako Korakusa Foliate Dish c.1680 No2

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1082567 (stock# 2299)

Ai Kakiemon Tako Korakusa Foliate Dish c.1680 No2
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£100 - $160 

A fine moulded dish of eight petal scalloped foliate form the rim dressed with a fuchibeni dark iron brown glaze. The border decorated with a wide band of continuous scrolling octopus karakusa, stylised lotus, and a central gobenka, five petal flower motif. The reverse painted with a simple lotus scroll, and a spiral fuku with a double seal. The dish measures approximately 19cm in diameter, roku-sun-zara, and stands 3.2cm high, and the diameter of the footrim is 12.2cm. The dish is in good c ...click for details


Ai Kakiemon Tako Korakusa Foliate Dish c.1680 No 1

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1700   item# 1082560 (stock# 2298)

Ai Kakiemon Tako Korakusa Foliate Dish c.1680 No 1
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£200 - $320 

Ai Kakiemon Tako Korakusa Foliate Dish c.1680 A fine moulded dish of eight petal scalloped foliate form the rim dressed with a fuchibeni dark iron brown glaze. The border decorated with a wide band of continuous scrolling octopus karakusa, stylised lotus, and a central gobenka, five petal flower motif. The reverse painted with a simple lotus scroll, and a spiral fuku with a double seal. Dating late 17th century circa 1680-1710. The dish measures approximately 19cm in diameter and stands 3.2c ...click for details


Finest Hirado Double-dragon Dish

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1900   item# 1082309 (stock# 2297)

Finest Hirado Double-dragon Dish
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Finely potted, milky white, unmarked Hirado dish with slightly everted rim and unctuous surface, decorated with two finely painted three-toed dragons. Japanese dragons are similar to those of China, but are more serpentine in shape, have only three claws on each foot, and fly less frequently. They have three toes/claws because the Japanese believe Eastern dragons originated in their native homeland. Their belief was that when the dragons began to leave Japan, they gained toes. The further the dr ...click for details


Pair Staffordshire Figures of Jobson and Nell Mid 19C

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1900   item# 1079842 (stock# 2293)

Pair Staffordshire Figures of Jobson and Nell Mid 19C
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£40 - $80 

A pair of well modelled Staffordshire pottery figures of Jobson and Nell, a pair of characters from a popular early 19th century Nursery Rhyme,” The Entertaining History of Jobson and Nell”. Near the sign of the Bell Liv'd JOBSON and NELL, And cobbling of shoes was his trade; They agreed very well, The neighbours did tell, For he was a funny old blade. And so on ....... Originally from a ballad play "The Devil to Pay or,The Wives Metamorphos'd", first performed in 17 ...click for details


Set of Five Early 18th C. Imari Cups

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1700   item# 1078025 (stock# 2289)

Set of Five Early 18th C. Imari Cups
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$225 

Set of five matching Imari cups dating to the first quarter of the 18th century. Perfect, original condition save normal wear to gilt on the rims. No chips, frits, cracks, hairlines or repairs. About 3.125" (8cm) at widest point x 2.75" (7cm) high. Decorated in the Imari palette with underglaze cobalt blue, overglaze iron red, colloidal gold (pink wash) and gilt, which seems to be 100% intact save normal wear at the rim. It's rare to find a complete set of these in near-pristine co ...click for details


Fine Ai Kakiemon Akikusa-de Pattern Dish c.1680 No 1

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1700   item# 1077699 (stock# 2287)

Fine Ai Kakiemon Akikusa-de Pattern Dish c.1680 No 1
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A decagonal moulded form dish, o-zara, decorated with an autumnal composition. The cavetto painted with a continuous frieze of three Wild Geese, kari, with various autumn plants, including Basho, plaintain, a motif suggestive of the impermanence of life, as its leaves are easily damaged in the autumn winds, bellflowers, kikyo, one of the seven plants of Autumn, and Clematis, tessen, tenaciously gripping a rocky outcrop. The centre decorated with a gobenka-mon and the rim of the dish finished wit ...click for details


14th - 16th C. Vietnamese Lime Pot

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Ceramics: Pre 1492   item# 1077133 (stock# 2280)

14th - 16th C. Vietnamese Lime Pot
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$150  

Vietnamese or Annamese lime pot with fragile, pale lime-colored glaze and iron red band above the foot. About 3-3/4" H x 3" wide at widest point. Good condition with signs of use (please see our images). Still contains old bits of lime. Additional images on request. Shipping at cost.

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