The large size is rather unsual and not often seen in comparison to the standard size tsutsu chawan.
Age: Late 20th century.
Size: Diameter 4.3 in : Height 4.1 in
Cut glass technology first appeared in Satsuma in Kyushu during the late Edo Period around the 1840-1850 period...
Piece contains a mark reading jungin, the notation used to denote Japanese sterling silver which is close to 96-98 percent purity.
Age: Late Showa Period (1960-1970)
Size:Diameter 7.25". Height 2.25"
All the eight islands of Hawaii thinking like sages, everyone is past and rested is the debate on ethnicity, people were all originally from the surrounding ocean and from the womb.
The exterior of the box is inscribed with the title of the piece, Zen Master Arai's visit to Hawaii...
Age: 19th-20th century.
Size: 16" H x 28" L x 1 1/2" thick
Japanese: Dangai zeppeki atsumete kaku nari. Manmoku kaze to hikari ni kezurare gyokusei kosenjo eikou musai. Hanbun no yama ha kumo ame ni owarete, ato no hanbun wa hare.
English: Gatherting thoughts to portray the high cliffs, the eyes are full of the landscape carved by wind and light...
Diameter: 7.29" Height: 9.25"
Age: Showa Period.
Size:Length and width 4" height 5.5"
Age: 20th century...
Age: Showa Era (around 1960-1970).
Size: Scroll: 57.75" x 15.5" with ends: 18".
The work was done during the mid to late Showa era and contains a signature on the bottom with the name of the kiln.
Size: Diameter 7.25" Height 11"