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All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1920 item #1238211 (stock #T-H580)
This refined incense burner by Miyagawa "Makuzu" Kozan has a taste of old Satsuma ware, which Kozan intentionally tried to revisit and to bring out the achievements of their predecessors. Some of Makuzu ware were made by imitating the style of their forefathers, such as Rimpa school, Nomura Ninsei or old Satsuma ware. By learning and copying their traditional styles, Kozan tried to search for the spirit of old traditional Japanese arts and beauty...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1920 item #1236510 (stock #T-T667)
A fabulous shippo large box made by old Ando Shippo company, a famous Shippo company known for its high grade cloisonne ware since Meiji-period. This excellent cloisonne box decorated with rose, lily, chrysanthemum and various flowers on copper ground, using elaborate "Moriage-shippo" or raised enamel technique. The base material is old copper that has a taste of chic and good old-fashioned. The inside box is finished with silk. Inside of the lid, it has family crests with metal...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1980 item #1235751 (stock #T-M753)
A delicate and elaborate bamboo box was made by bamboo art master, "Iizuka Shokansai" who was a Living National Treasure of Showa period. The lid is decorated with a butterfly, and the inside box is with hydrangea in black and red colored bamboo.

Shokansai graduated from the Tokyo School of Fine Arts in 1942 with a degree in oil painting and then went on to study bamboo craft under his father...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1900 item #1235563 (stock #T-H374)
An elegant three-case Inro decorated with gold and silver "Takamaki-e" (raised makie) on very fine Nashi-ji (or pear peel ground) finish ground. It has a red coral ojime that keeps the woven silk string in place, and a lacquered Netsuke which is rather modern style. The technique of takamaki-e involves building up design patterns above the surface through a mixture of metal powder, lacquer, and charcoal or clay dust ...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1940 item #1232361 (stock #T-T786)
Elegant silver jewelry box from the early Showa period, carved with seasonal flowers that represent the Japan ease four seasons. Cherry blossom, Japanese wisteria, peony, Japanese apricot, chrysanthemum... such simple, sophisticated and lovely flower motifs still appeal to our modern eyes. Inside of the double door, there are three beautiful velveteen drawers with silver knobs inside...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Pre 2000 item #1223032 (stock #T-H1078)

It is a dish shaped flower of chrysanthemum with very beautiful color of yellow by Miyagawa Kosai.

Makuzu-yaki (Makuzu ware) is a pottery that Miyagawa Kosai produces pottery at Higashiyama in Kyoto.
Miyagawa Kosai mainly produces the pottery used in the tea ceremony.
The Miyagawa family came to Kyoto in the late 1600's and set up a pottery materials and repair business.
Later, the Miyagawa family split into two main branches, lead by Jihei and Chobei, and both branches con...
All Items : Archives : Pre 1920 item #1220247 (stock #T-h1102)

This antique lacquer plate is formed as a fish.
A part of body is a lid and it can dish up cooking etc. to inside. The tray is also a set.

It is a plate of the auspicious lacquer ware used for the auspicious banquet in old Japan.
It is a very new excellent piece.

We also have small size of the same type as this form.
Please ask in the case of an order...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1920 item #1219506 (stock #T-o1106)

A design with a calmly person and the brave cow.
The person which look also like a hermit and cow.
It is an incense burner of the first Makuzu Kozan with elaborate and the high quality design.

Makuzu Kozan(1842-1926).
Miyagawa (Makuzu) Kozan (1842-1916) was appointed artist to the Japanese Imperial household and was one of the greatest potters of the Meiji Era.

The condition of this article is in very wonderful...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1216993 (stock #T-h1093)

A pale blue cloisonne vase is decorated with carp.
The excellent work which made full use of the shippo technology in Meiji period.

Originally, cloisonne is made a division by a line, and glassy glaze pours in it, and it become fixed to firing.
However, wireless cloisonne is the difficult work since removing the line on the way of the process.
Therefore, the softness depended for fading and the color by delicate mixture of glaze which are not in wire cloisonne(Yusen-shipp...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1212743 (stock #T-BN1038)

Detail of Japanese flowers varieties ornamented as the central theme on a vase.
A full-bodied silver-wired cloisonne vase with wisteria, magnolia, peony, iris, golden-rayed lily-of-Japan and wild chrysanthemum with multi-colored detailing covering its eggplant purple surface.
The cloisonne with silver wires is imparting a luxurious touch rather than the cloisonne with brass wires.

The condition of this cloisonne vase is in excellent, no chip, no crack and no restoration.

All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1212345 (stock #T-h1089)

Date : Taisho period(1912-1926).

A pair of black roiro lacquered letter(paper)case with gold makie designed autumn grass and flowers, inside has fine silk cloth with flower motif.
A bordering of case is gold makie finish.

The condition of this case is in excellent except slight minor chip on the edge in one case.
It comes with fitted kiri-box.
It can put the paper of A4 size in the box of the smaller one exactly...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1210608 (stock #T-P1054)

The fine taste in Meiji period.
It is decorated with beautiful flower arabesque pattern colored by milky yellow, pale blue and gosu blue on the cream colored ground.
There are three foots that are designed to part of the floral design in this incense burner...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1210319 (stock #T-O1042)

This is a cloisonne jar which is called "Henko"(flat pot).
It is decorated with Raptores, songbird and the peony of winters on the center of the body...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1920 item #1209740 (stock #T-O1058)

A charming works by bronze made.
Artist name "Kozan" is chiseled on the belly of the bird and Tomobako.
The work which a pair of wagtail perches on a old branch and the rock is very pretty, and is lively.
The condition of it is in excellent, no chip, no crack and no restoration.

Date: Taisho period.

It comes with the original signed Tomobako.

Measurements about : 31cm(12.2")Width, 12.7cm(5.0")Height.
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Pre 1910 item #1208440 (stock #T-h1064)

Hata Zoroku 1st manufactured only 100 iron teakettles during the whole life.
This is one of the 100 pieces.
The spout is a brute form.
A design is a tradition pattern of ancient China.
An acknowledged masterpiece.

Hata Zoroku 1st(1823-1890)became a Ryubun-do disciple in 1833 and studied the casting method...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1920 item #1206857 (stock #T-h1056)

Katsukawa Shunsho is an ukiyoe painter in the middle of Edo (1726-1793), and it is famous for having left the masterpiece of the beautiful-woman picture.
This "Scenes of Women’s Lives in the Twelve Months" is especially called highest peak of the ukiyoe beautiful-woman picture.
Katsushika Hokusai was a disciple of Katsukawa Shunsho.
One image of a Japanese painting has been formed through the influence on the Kaburagi Kiyokata and others till today...
All Items : Archives : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Pre 1900 item #1206394 (stock #T-BN1037)

Date : Meiji period, 19st century.
Quite a lot of work elaborately design and technique, luxurious touch.
This item is a work of the overwhelmingly wonderful wire cloisonne of the Meiji term.
This pair of flower vase is an excellent piece that reminds one of Hayashi Kodenji which is a typical work of "Vase with Doves and Flowers".

Artist Unknown.

The condition is in excellent, no chip and no crack.
It comes with fitted kiri-box.
Size is not so large, and so c...
All Items : Archives : Pre 1950 item #1205436 (stock #T-O1060)

Inami, a small town in the Toyama prefecture, is anchored by a celebrated Buddhist temple precinct, a strong reason for the town's craft industry of woodworking.
By the Meiji period (1868-1912), specialist woodcarvers had began to produce items of a more general nature including transom for domestic housing and Okimono.
The principal timbers now used are camphor (Cinnamonum Camphora), zelkova and paulownia.
The woodcarver using upward of 200 different chisels and woodcarving knives...