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19c JAPANESE CLOISONNE tea ceremony KOGO

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1900   item# 1251705

19c JAPANESE CLOISONNE tea ceremony KOGO
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$175 

19th century round Japanese kogo (covered box for incense during tea ceremony) made in cloisonne technique. Simple elegant shape with decoration of two roundels inside a spade shaped reserve, all on a karakusa (scrolling vine) ground. Beautiful work, great quality enameling, flecks of avanturine glass enamel in the black enamel of the spade. Very pleasant finish with original pitting, rare and early piece in terms of Japanese cloisonné, from the period of transition from Chinese to Japanese styl ...click for details


19c Japanese porcelain celadon tea ceremony CHAIRE

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1910   item# 1247964

19c Japanese porcelain celadon tea ceremony CHAIRE
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$275 

Late Meiji - early Taisho (1910s-1920s) Japanese porcelain chaire (tea caddy for storing powdered green tea used in tea ceremony) of classic shape with cover and shifuku (silk brocade storage bag). Elegant potting, beautiful celadon glaze with wonderful tiny bubbles, pooling by the neck giving it a deeper hue. Bone lid lined with gold lacquer paper on the inside. Beautiful piece in great condition. Height with cover 2 5/8 inches.


19c Raku chawan tea ceremony bowl TORII gates & pines

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1900   item# 1232642

19c Raku chawan tea ceremony bowl TORII gates & pines
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$325 

19th century Japanese ceramic chawan (tea bowl) for tea ceremony with crackled orange / cream glaze and underglaze blue decoration of torii gates among pines and birds in flight. Superb free painting, Raku pottery produced in the Kyoto region. Beautiful potting with spiral line on the bottom of the bowl showing the way potter finished turning the piece. Stamped with potter’s seal on the lower body. Well-used, in great condition, 3 old Japanese gold lacquer repairs on the rim testifying to the va ...click for details


19c Japanese ORIBE tea ceremony CHAIRE marked

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1900   item# 1232641

19c Japanese ORIBE tea ceremony CHAIRE marked
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$275 

Rather unusual 19th century Japanese pottery Oribe ware chaire (tea caddy for storing powdered green tea used in tea ceremony) of square section with ivory cover. Characteristic rich green glaze pooling and forming drops at low points, beautiful crackled glaze, great patina. Oribe ware (named after Furuta Oribe - a famous 16th century tea master) was produced in Mino and Seto kilns: it is particularly Japanese in taste and was never made for export. The foot shows stoneware body, stamped with th ...click for details


19c Japanese CLOISONNE tea ceremony KOGO clam shell

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1232640

19c Japanese CLOISONNE tea ceremony KOGO clam shell
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$225 

Unusual early 19th century Japanese cloisonne kogo (covered box for incense during tea ceremony) made in a shape of a clam shell and decorated with various flowers on the background of scrolling vines. Rims are silvered (some wear), white enamel background on the outside, blue enamel on the inside. Very pleasant finish with original pitting, rare and early object in terms of Japanese cloisonné, from the period of transition from Chinese to Japanese style. Great piece in Japanese taste. Length 3 ...click for details


19c tea ceremony KOGO DAIKOKU with rice bale

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1900   item# 1232639

19c tea ceremony KOGO DAIKOKU with rice bale
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$195 

Late 19th century Japanese stoneware kogo (box for incense during tea ceremony) in a form of Daikoku holding a rice bale in front of him. Daikoku is one of the 7 Gods of Good Fortune, that of rice, and, as a consequence, of wealth. Stoneware with wonderful potting, beautiful celadon glaze, very pleasant patina. Great piece in Japanese taste. Height 2 inches.


19c Japanese CLOISONNE tea ceremony KOGO butterfly

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1900   item# 1232637

19c Japanese CLOISONNE tea ceremony KOGO butterfly
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$150 

Unusually small 19th century round Japanese kogo (covered box for incense during tea ceremony) made in cloisonne technique. Simple elegant shape with decoration of butterfly in flight among flowers on dark blue ground, similar motif on the bottom. Very pleasant finish with original pitting. Rims are silvered (some wear), blue enamel on the inside. Inscribed box with wrapping cloth: box may not be original, but that is how it came. Great humble piece in Japanese taste. Diameter 1 5/8 inches.


19c Japanese cloisonne tea ceremony KOGO IRIS

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1900   item# 1094215

19c Japanese cloisonne tea ceremony KOGO IRIS
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$125 

19th century round Japanese kogo (covered box for incense during tea ceremony) made in cloisonne technique. Simple elegant shape with decoration of an iris growing by a stream, and cherry blossoms and petal on a dark blue background with scrolling wires. Rim is silvered on the inside, nice finish with original pitting, green enamel on the inside with original firing bubbles. Great humble piece in Japanese taste. Diameter 2 1/2 inches.


19c Raku chawan tea ceremony bowl FUTEN by RAKUSHO

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1900   item# 1060647

19c Raku chawan tea ceremony bowl FUTEN by RAKUSHO
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$250 

19th century Japanese ceramic chawan (tea bowl) for tea ceremony with crackled cream glaze and enamel decoration of the Wind God Futen with his characteristic face of a demon and billowing scarves, emptying his bag in the clouds, thus creating wind. Wonderful free painting with color palette of pink, green, white, black and yellow enamels. Raku pottery produced in the Kyoto region. Beautiful potting with spiral line on the bottom of the bowl showing the way potter finished turning the piece. Gre ...click for details


19c Aka-Raku chawan tea ceremony bowl

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Tea Articles: Pre 1900   item# 1060645

19c Aka-Raku chawan tea ceremony bowl
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Dmitry Levit Asian Art
617-945-5920


$200 

19th century Japanese ceramic chawan (tea bowl) for tea ceremony with mottled orange and white glaze. Aka-Raku (red Raku) pottery produced in the Kyoto region. Excellent design, beautiful potting with body first turned and then formed by fingers, spiral line on the bottom of the bowl showing the way potter finished turning the piece. Great crackled glaze, inscribed by the potter on the body by the foot. Very attractive object, well-used, in great condition. Comes with new box inscribed on the to ...click for details

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