Name: Yozakura (Evening Cherry Blossoms)
Box Inscription: Horinouchi Sokan, Kenchusai (1919-2015)
Artist: Tanaka Kenchi
Size: Diameter 7cm Height 5.5cm
Tanaka Kenchi is noteworthy lacquer artist from Kanazawa.
Size: Diameter 7.6cm Height 5.5cm
Comes with a tomobako.
Wada Kinsai is a makie artist based in Yamanaka, Ishikawa Prefecture.
Late 20th century
Size: Diameter 9.7cm Height 9.9cm
From a Japanese collection of tea objects.
Often black raku ware tea bowls are made into the standard forms as seen with earlier works seen from the late 16th century. This work emulates an example during the Edo period by a master from the Raku Kichizaemon lineage. The glassy look is distinct and has the marks from the pliers when removed from the kiln.
Size: Diameter 11.4cm Height 7.5cm
No box or tomobako comes with the piece. The work comes from an estate in the Osaka-Kyoto Region of Japan.
Size: Diameter 10.7cm Height 8.5cm
Does not comes with original box or additional wooden box.
Diameter:11cm Height 8cm
Does not come with a box or original box from the artist.
Diameter 7cm Height 1.6cm
No box or tomobako comes with the piece.
Size: :Length: 16.4cm Width 16.4cm Height 2.7cm
Work is done where the lacquer expresses the wooden grain of the work. Overall the object has been used and no significant wears are seen.
Size: Diameter 11.6cm Height 8cm
The piece is vintage and has some wears and use. Please note item is as is.
Size: 53cm x 194.8cm / 20.8" x 76.6"
Condition: There are some damages to the mounting on the upper area. Mostly on the back side of the scroll.
Size: Diameter 9.6cm Height 10.1cm
Akahada is a ware produced in Nara prefecture. Kobori Enshu, the noted tea master of the early Edo period selected the simple forms of Akahada and part of a group of various wares Enshu preferred.
Jingdezhen Meishu Hezhou Studio
The common depiction of Kwan Yin in China and often found on the altar of Chinese Buddhist and Daoist homes. Interestingly, this piece contains a seal impressed on the bottom which is not often found.
13th Asahi Kosai (1891-1947)
Name of Chawan: Kuri, Chestnut
Size: Diameter 12.2cm Height 7.4cm
Comes with an original tomobako signed by the maker.
The tea bowl is formed in the shape of a chestnut but done in a gohon style glaze. The Asahi kiln is known within the Enshu tradition as one of the few kilns selected by Kobori Enshu.
Size: Diameter 7.62cm height 4.6cm
From a Osaka estate of Japanese sencha equipment and other items.
Size: Diameter 5.5cm Height 7.5cm
One section of a bamboo node is used to create this tea caddy. The top and bottom are retaining the natural expressions seen in the bamboo.
Sold; Thank you. Kyoto, Japan
Kodaiji Kiln, Kyoto
Size: Diameter 13.2cm Height 5.2cm
Does not come with a tomobako for the bowl.
A flat ceramic tea bowl with branches of greenery decorating the inside and outside of the bowl. The bottom contains a seal of the kiln.
Late 20th century
Size: Diameter 12cm Height 8cm
Comes with a tomobako with the artist signature and seal.
The biwa motif would be perfect for gatherings such as tanabata or the festival of the seventh day of the seventh month.
Size: Length 8cm Width 6cm Height 6cm
A seal is found on the side of the sculpture, but rather difficult to read.
Condition: No damages, chips, or issues are found on the piece.