All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Enamel : Pre 1920 item #1209575 (stock #T-P1055)
This beautiful set is in all excellent condition.
The cloisonne teapot has an elegant handle, its lid with flower-shaped finial and lid of the sugar pot has same design also.
The enameled body has beautiful colors as jewel-toned greens, turquoise blue, white, pinks, orange, yellowish green and indigo.
In a highly technical and intricate style, circle-shaped cartouches of floral and butterfly patterned brocades...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1900 item #1221649 (stock #T-H1084)
Antique chabako(tea box) set in Edo period.
A set of 5 pieces article, a black lacquered gourd shaped tea box with gold maki-e designed a horse, blue and white tea bowl by Eiraku Zengoro, ivory chashaku(a spoon-like utensil used to transfer powdered tea from a tea container.), lacquered chasentate(there is a stand for the tea whisk.) and two silk shifuku(for holding the tea box and tea bowl.).
Eiraku zengoro is a member of the Senke's ten designated craftsmen families...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Paintings : Pre 1900 item #1220254 (stock #T-H1073)
The hanging scroll of the Tanzaku specially decorated in the room of the tea ceremony.
Chinese poetry small hanging scroll which can be called zenith of beauty of Japan...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1197192 (stock #T-M1017)
A celadon incense burner with neat form and simple design and carved in silver made globe with phoenix design.
The scene in which a scent is emitted from the phoenix danced on a globe is imagined.
Suwa Sozan came from a military family.
He worked in porcelain, first in Tokyo in 1875; from 1879 to 1900 he worked in Ishikawa-ken, then moved to Kyoto, where he worked with Kinkozan until 1906, when he set up his own workshop in Gojozaka.
He seems to...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1920 item #1223027 (stock #T-H1074)
Hiki Ikkan(1578-1657) is a papier mache style lacquerer.
His famliy is now in the 16th generation, Satomi, a woman, is now the head of this craft family.
Hiki Ikkan is a member of Senke's ten designated craftsmen families.
The families who have for generations made utensils in the Senke style are called 'shokka'.
These days they are generally called 'Senke jushoku'...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1220641 (stock #T-O1105)
It is called "Haisen" in Japan, a small basin for rinsing sake cup, has been used at the party and cha-kaiseki(a traditional multi-course Japanese simple meal before a ceremonial tea.).
This refined maki-e bowl is made by two famous craftsmen, Nakagawa Joeki (metalworker)and Nakamura Sotetsu (lacquerer).
Two men are member of Senke's ten designated craftsmen families.
The families who have for generations made utensils in the Senke style are called 'shokka'...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1106863 (stock #T-H368)
A really beautiful Nashiji little box.
Small and lovely size installed on one hand.
The gold and silver lacquer is magnificent and a detailed technique to be surprised is wonderful.
It has extraordinary work of gold Takamakie(rise makie) of aster and bellflower with gold finish,and a half-moon with silver finish.
The condition of box is excellent, no chip, no crack and no hairline...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Earthenware : Pre 1910 item #1159678 (stock #T-H552)
Dating from Meiji.
The 4th generation Kiyomizu Rokubei(1848-1920)work.
The kyo-yaki earthenware bowl is called "mukouzuke" which is a side dish(not rice or soup) at a Japanese style banquet.
Kiyomizu Rokubei is one of the head families of Kyoto ceramic ware.
The first generation Kiyomizu Rokubei is started to Kyoto Gojo-zaka in the second half of Edo.
A style is left to each family heads' creativity...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1220250 (stock #T-H1077)
A small incense container is decorated in blue and white "Sometsuke" design with flower and bird.
A works of First or Second generation Makuzu Kozan.
It is formed as an oriental melon.
Very lovely and good sense articles.
Signed "Makuzu" on the base.
It comes with original wooden kiri-box, Tomobako.
The condition is in excellent, no chip and no crack.
Measurements about : 3.7cm(1.5")Body Diameter, 5.3cm(2.1")Height....
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Wood : Pre 1920 item #1225124 (stock #T-O1110)
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This fine wooden tray was made by Shina Ashida, a traditional tea utensils joiner in Osaka.
It is a simple and sophisticated Japanese incense tray used for tea ceremony.
Both top of the frame and foot are decorated with spotted bamboo...