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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1960 item #1298091 (stock #T-O1294)
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A precious set of “Kakiemon" Imari side dish plates made by Sakaida Kakiemon 13th (1906-1982) during Showa period. The first generation Sakaida Kakiemon (1596–1666) is said to be the first pottery in Japan to discover the secret of enamel decoration on porcelain, known as 'akae', which is a style of Japanese enameled ceramics, traditionally produced at the factories of Arita (Southern part of Japan) from the mid-17th century onwards...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1980 item #1293975 (stock #T-M1288)
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A gorgeous Makie Wajima lacquer Toso set or a set of sake utencils used for New Year’s cuisine made by "Keizuka Lacquer Studio" an old prestigious Wajima lacquer studio.

Toso is a kind of sake with medical herbs which is a staple part of New Year’s cuisine in Japan. Toso is used to clean up the evil spirits of the previous year to celebrate happy new year. Three sizes of cup are used starting with the smallest, and passed round with each family member or guest taking a sip...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1980 item #1292334 (stock #T-H1277)
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A beautiful Wajima cake box with handle made by Wajima Goshima Company, one of the precitigeous Wajima ware maker founded in 1924 in Wajima city. The art of lacquerware most likely arrived in Japan from China through the Korean Peninsula along with Buddhism and the Chinese writing system in the Asuka and Nara periods (6th through 8th centuries)...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1980 item #1291999 (stock #T-M1267AB)
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$800.00
An unique set of five lacquer lunch boxes with fruits motif made by Namiki Tsunenobu. Each round lunch box has different fruit motifs such as a persimmon, a chestnut, a pomegranate, an orange, and a pear. Namiki Tsunenobu was born in Tokyo and graduated from Tokyo National Univ. of Fine Arts and Music. He has received various art awards including Japan Fine Arts Exhibition.

This unique lacquer lunch boxes are in extremely good condition, as they have never been used...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1980 item #1291729 (stock #T-M1266A)
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A lovely lacquer lunch box with persimmon motif made by Namiki Tsunenobu. He was born in Tokyo and graduated from Tokyo National Univ. of Fine Arts and Music. He has received various art awards including Japan Fine Arts Exhibition.

This unique lacquer lunch box is so beautiful as it has never been used.

Condition: This refined lacquer lunch box is n excellent condition with no cracks, no damages or no restorations. They come with original Kiri-box...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1980 item #1290139 (stock #T-M1269)
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A simple yet impressive set of five lacquer soup bowls by Hattori Shunsho. These relatively large bowls are decorated with Japanese radish motif through inside out, which is very unique. Hattori Shusho was born in Kyoto in 1943. He had received various awards in lacquer ware, such as Japan Fine Arts Exhibition, and is a councilor of the exhibition.

Condition: This refined lacquer bowls are in excellent condition with no cracks, no damages or no restorations...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1970 item #1283975 (stock #T-M1219)
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A traditional “Tendo” (gods disguised as children) design cotton carpet made by Tatsumura Textile company in Kyoto. The cherubic infant motif is one of the typical auspicious pattern just like angels in the Western societies. This design pattern can be found various goods, such as tableware, tea cup, and kimonos.

Founded in 1906, the Tatsumura Textile company has been known for its high quality, traditional and artistic textile...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Metalwork : Pre 1960 item #1283700 (stock #T-M1234)
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$1,800.00
A splendid gold metal chasing work by Kashima Ikkoku (1898-1996) who was a living national treasure in metal engraving. The picture is depicted with an agile dragon. Ikkoku was born in Tokyo who learned metal chasing technique such as “nunome-zogan” (fabric-mark inlay) which is a one of techniques of metal ornamentation, by placing a burin against the iron surface to cut crisscross lines resembling those in fabrics...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Baskets : Pre 1940 item #1282668 (stock #T-M1222)
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A stylish bamboo flower basket made by Iizuka Rokansai (1890-1958). It is simple yet refined, and natural bamboo basket, which was made by a master of the Iizuka school (i.e. Iizuka Houou, Rokansai, Shokansai, etc.). Their bamboo crafts have been appreciated highly both domestically and abroad. Some of Rokansai’s crafts were chosen as an offering to the Emperor. His works also were awarded at Paris International Exposition in 1926 and Chicago International Exposition in 1933...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1970 item #1278390 (stock #T-M1213)
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$1,600.00
Fabulous set of lacquered soup bowls with Rosanjin “The Sun and The Moon” design made by Tsuji Sekisai 4th...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1960 item #1278072 (stock #T-H1242)
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$1,100.00
An elegant old fashioned set of five "Wajima" lacquer soup bowls, which has unique contrast. On the outside, these bowls are decorated with plain and simple black lacquer, on the other hand, the inside of them have very gorgeous gold Maki-e. It gives us joy of surprise whenever we open.

Generally, Wajima lacquer ware of those times have much higher quality in terms of the material, as well as, the craftsmanship. Currently most of the lacquer materials are imported from the lower mate...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Baskets : Pre 1950 item #1277712 (stock #T-M1223)
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A simple, yet delicate and orthodox bamboo flower basket made by Iizuka Rokansai (1890-1958) who was a master of the Iizuka school (i.e. Iizuka Houou, Rokansai, Shokansai, etc.). Their bamboo crafts have been appreciated highly both domestically and abroad. Some of Rokansai’s crafts were chosen as an offering to the Emperor. His works also were awarded at Paris International Exposition in 1926 and Chicago International Exposition in 1933.

The Japanese craftsmen started making bambo...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1970 item #1276592 (stock #T-M1212)
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A fine set of small lacquer plates made by Komori Kunie, a living national treasure lacquer artist. A set of five plates are simply decorated with gold with the grain, which has avery unique flavor.

Condition: This simple yet significant lacquer plates are in excellent condition, no damages and no restorations. It comes with original kiri-box, Tomobako.

Size:15cm (5.9") x 3.5cm (1.4”)

Age: Showa period
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Baskets : Pre 1960 item #1276343 (stock #T-M1224)
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A refined vintage bamboo basket made by Iizuka Shokansai who was one of the prestigious bamboo crafter of the Iizuka school (i.e. Iizuka Houou, Rokansai, Shokansai, etc.). Their bamboo art works have been appreciated highly both domestically and abroad.

The Japanese craftsmen started making bamboo artifacts by imitating the Chinese bamboo craftwork around the end of late Edo period. Later, as they obtain a mastery of fine bamboo artwork, their bamboo craft quality has been improved sig...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1950 item #1275988 (stock #T-M1217)
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$1,840.00
A traditional design cotton carpet made by Tatsumura Textile company in Kyoto. The textile pattern of the rug is called Oribe Baika Ryusui. This is one of the traditional Oribe style textile design pattern, which portrays Japanese plum blossoms against running water. This design pattern can be found various goods, such as tableware, tea cup, and kimonos.

Founded in 1906, the company has been known for its high quality, traditional and artistic textile. Since then their textile has ...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Baskets : Pre 1950 item #1275279 (stock #T-M1221)
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An elaborate vintage bamboo basket made by Iizuka Rokansai who was a master of the Iizuka school (i.e. Iizuka Houou, Rokansai, Shokansai, etc.). Their bamboo works have been appreciated highly both domestically and abroad. Some of his works were chosen as an offering to the Emperor. His works also were awarded at Paris International Exposition in 1926 and Chicago International Exposition in 1933.

The Japanese craftsmen started making bamboo artifacts by imitating the Chinese bam...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1960 item #1275135 (stock #T-M1220)
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$1,840.00
A traditional design cotton carpet made by Tatsumura Textile company in Kyoto. The textile pattern of the rug is called Taishi kanto, or chromatic cloth with splashed pattern textile, which was named after Shotoku Taishi or Prince Shotoku of 6th century.

Founded in 1906, the company has been known for its high quality, traditional and artistic textile. Since then their textile has been highly recognized both domestically and internationally. After the World War II, their name has ...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Earthenware : Pre 1920 item #1275046 (stock #T-M1228)
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$2,500.00
A set of orthodox, refined, yet artistic tea articles made by 9th generation Oohi Chozaemon during early Showa period. This set of Oohi ceramic ware tea articles, consists of a tea box, a tea cup, natsume (a tea caddy), chashaku (a tea spoon), chataku (a tea whisk), a tea whisk stand with Makie, and a tea cloth container.

Oochi earthen ware was developed in Kanazawa city in Ishikawa prefecture about 350 years ago, when the city was the richest domain outside the Shoguanate itself. It...