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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1950 item #1339328 (stock #AG1206)
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$50.00
Rare and attractive wooden tabi molds. Thin shaped mold with subtle writings (numbers in Kanji character) in sumi ink. Beautifully aged(some wears and scratches from use) and possesses such an attractive graphic charm. Rare pieces. Ca. Early to mid 1900s. The price for the both piece. Approximately 3 1/2" wide 10" long 1/2"thick. Please inquire about shipping arrangement. Thank you.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Dolls : Pre 1950 item #1323528 (stock #AG1010)
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$160.00
We love Japanese clay dolls. They possess such a warm and genuine charm, transcending their age and simplicity. These dolls are one of a very popular figure, showing youth, purity, and innocence. These dolls are made from simple clay (molded and low fired) and hand painted individually. Each doll holds a slightly different expression yet they all possess heartwarming face. The bottom of these dolls are enclosed and there are a few "beads" inside to create rustic but sweet sounds...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #1322106 (stock #MISC1405)
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$85.00
A rustic and attractive condition sake-bukuro with many old mending stitches. Made from cotton canvas dyed with persimmon juice to strengthen the fabric. One side is a lot darker, chocolate brown, than the other side. 12" x 30"
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1940 item #1321298 (stock #KIM1501)
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$820.00
This summer Akaso kimono is one of the rarest kasuri kimonos, simply because the production itself gradually disappeared around the Taisho era (the early 1900s) of Japanese history. Akaso, literally means 'red hemp', was a part of the finest hemp textiles in Omi area (current Shiga prefecture). Red hemp was used for the meticulous production process and it was a very high quality textile. The patterns used on Akaso are commonly abstract or small as you see on this particular kimono...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1940 item #1315553 (stock #MISC1502)
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$180.00
The ojiya chijimi is originated in the Echigo region (curretnt Niigata prefecture) back in 17th century. The hemp fabric like this piece is woven by spinning the weft thread tightly, creating a distinctive crease called a shibo, a vertical texture pattern. Throughout the history of the textile making, the Echigo-jofu hemp has been one of the finests and they are almost silk-like feel as you touch them. This fabric, a feather like lightweight, shows a simple and abstract kasuri pattern...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1950 item #1313804 (stock #OBI1502)
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$110.00
Bold and multicolor and irregular stripes which create sakiori ori obis like this peace so unique and precious. Rustic surface and warm textures are another attractive elements of those. This particular obi, we brought back from Shimane prefecture, shows lovely peppermint green and burgundy red, along with cherry blossom pink, bold black and etc. The condition is wonderful except one little ware from use and age (please see the image). Ca. early to mid 1900s. 5" wide 100" long...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1960 item #1312527 (stock #AG1015)
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$120.00
We found this beautifully aged and used 'yakan' kettle in Matsue city, Shimane of Japan. Historically Matsue city, as well as Kyoto and Kanazawa of Japan, has flourished with tea ceremony/culture, passionately supported by the lord Matsudaira in the Edo period. This yakan kettle is particularly called "Hishigi" style, based on the dynamic and large round indentations on its copper surface...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1950 item #1311046 (stock #AG1023)
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$160.00
Very handsome profile, having an approximately two inch foot below the tray surface. This one is originated from the old Aizu region, current Fukushima prefecture, traditionally renowned for 'Aizu-nuri' lacquer. The top tray area is lacquered in dark 'shu' Japanese "red" (rustic orange), while the rest of the tray is covered with rich black lacquer. The bottom interior is finished with dark brown stain. Aged with beauty, rustic element with fine scratches. A lovely Japanese Mingei folk art...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Furniture : Pre 1960 item #1307592 (stock #AG1201)
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$240.00
Lovely small drawer box for a small organization. There are three functional drawers with beautiful facade, along with original metal handles. The interior of the box is made from kiri wood (paulownia). The construction of the drawer box is done so well and meticulously with the traditional Japanese craftsmanship. The drawer has lacquer finish to enhance the beautiful wood grans. In beautiful condition. Ca. Early to mid 1900s. 8"wide 10 1/8" deep 9 3/4" tall. Please inquire for shipping.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1950 item #1303888 (stock #AG1006)
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$120.00
This gently smiling Hotei figure is one of 'shichifuku-jin' Seven Gods of Fortune of Japan. Hotei represents a god of fulfillment and happiness and also is regarded as a guardian of children. Hotei, meaning a cloth bag, often carries a large bag with a full of treasure. This figure instead carries an oogi fan that symbolizes a wish giving fan. Most of color pigments are gone yet the remaining paints still add the doll a rustic beauty . Ca. Early to mid 1900s. 4" wide 2.5" deep 6.5"tall
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1960 item #1303151 (stock #AG1022)
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$60.00
A small and beautifully aged wooden tray. This 'Itome-bon, meaning a fine thread like pattern, is hand carved and skillfully lacquered. A simple and traditional pattern like this has attracted people of numerous generations in Japan. The rim of the tray is orange-brown lacquer. The keyaki wood, zelkova, shows dynamic and elegant grain texture. It is a functional piece for serving such as tea or food, or can be used as a tasteful display tray. Ca. Mid 1900s. 10 3/4" diameter
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1960 item #1300793 (stock #AG1016)
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$120.00
Sophisticated and gentle form, beautifully designed lid. A few Oribe green glaze spots are applied on the both sides of the pot to created a minimum accents. The handle is beautifully made from grapevine. Despite of the age, it shows the pot has never been used. Ca. mid 1900s. 5" x 4"x 6 3/4" tall.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1960 item #1290214 (stock #AG920)
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$40.00
Lovely old-fashion glass floats. These are slightly rarer than the round ones and still create attractive decor for both indoor and outdoor. Beautiful handblown glasses with subtle "characters" to be individually unique. Ca. early to mid 1900s. approximately 2" round 5 3/4" long each (a set of three)
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1950 item #1286462 (stock #KIDSKIM49)
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$180.00
A lovely true red (the site may show you in "orange-red" but it is a true crimson red) kimono for girl, depicted with 'Takara-bune' treasure ship (an auspicious symbol), two children riding on the ship, and many graceful cranes flying over, a dynamic, cheerful, and rare design, made from fine chirimen silk and fully lined with a red silk fabric, in exquisite condition (never been worn) Ca. Early to mid 1900s. 48"wide 52"long. Please contact us for a shipping fee and information.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Wood : Pre 1950 item #1283359 (stock #AG906)
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$60.00
A small carved wood figure, assumed to be Nichiren monk. Gentle lines with aged pigments (well kept in the back however). The bottom pedestal is lacquered finish. Slightly looking down profile, with a peaceful expression. Ca. early to mid 1900s. 2 3/4" 1 3/4"d 4"h
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1950 item #1282621 (stock #AG513)
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$120.00
While it is a small piece, the incense holder profoundly possesses a harmonious balance in the bold and colorful design. The box cover depicts a bird flying over a large camellia flower. Traditional Kutani yellow, green, and blue are used. The bottom of the box shows 'kaku-fuku' mark. Ca. early 1900s. 2 3/4" diameter 1 3/8" tall
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #1265775 (stock #KIM902)
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$120.00
A bold and dynamic Taisho era meisen kimono, patterned with ikat weaving of vivid red jyuji (cross) and igeta (the pattern originated from wood/bamboo frame on the edge of the above-ground parts of the well), unlined 'hitoe' kimono for summer use. Ca. Early 1900s (Taisho era). Dimensions: Sleeve to sleeve 50" Shoulder to the bottom hem 61"
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1950 item #1262162 (stock #OBI820)
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$40.00
Possessed such a warm surface texture, made from persimmon juice dye (kakishibu) hand-span cotton, slightly worn and color fading areas due to the use and the age, both ends with small indigo thread stitches, Ca. early 1900s. 3.5"wide 114"long