Sold; Thank you. Salt Lake, UT
Diameter:11cm Height 8cm
Does not come with a box or original box from the artist.
Bowl contains the name of Ninsei but the work is based on an existing original
Size: Diameter 4.9" Height 3.0"
Ninsei is the famous Kyoto ware artist Nonomura Ninsei (active 1646-1694). During the 19th century and onwards many kilns surrounding Kyoto copied and emulated Nisei's designs and styles which became the standards for Kyoto ware ceramics. Work comes with a wood storage box.
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: 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.
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Comes with a museum catalogue from the University of Virginia.
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.
Artist Gyokusen Sanjin
Edo Period, 18th-19th centuries
Size:Length 208cm Width 87.5cm
Scroll is missing its roller ends. The scroll mounting has folds and creases. Repair work has been done on the painting.
Observing the seals and the work, the artist may have been trying to do a study on the noted Ming dynasty painter, Dai jin (1388-1462). The seals are using the artist's different names found in the record. Copies of Ming mast...
Size: Length 8cm Height 7cm
From a California estate of Chinese fine arts.
The rich multitude and amount of Jade carvings, especially from the period of the Ming dynasty provides various insight to the culture, arts, and materiality of Ming society. This piece may have been a burial object or was part of a collection of Jade of a scholar.
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.
Attributed to Kano Naonobu, active mid 17th century
Painting from the Edo Period
Size: Width 45.2cm Length 166.5cm or 17.7" x 65.5"
No box or other packaging comes with the scroll.
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.
Oba Gakusen (1822-1899)
Late Edo to Meiji Periods
Size: Scroll: Width 72cm Height 191cm Painting: Width 54cm Height 124cm.
Condition: Scroll is missing its end. The top section of the scroll has insect damage. The main painted surface has no significant damages but folds and wrinkles.
Study of Ukita Ikkeisai (1795-1859)
Late Meiji to Showa Period
Size: Scroll: Width 92cm Height 211cm, Painting: Width 71.5cm Height 152cm
A large painting done on silk depicting court nobles picking pine seedlings. The practice was done during the Heian period where young sprouts of pine trees would be picked and used for the new year. The work contains a signature and seal of the noted Edo period artist, Ukita Ikkei but the painting might be a st...