Japanese Antiques by Kodo Arts
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #1273163 (stock #pd769)
Kodo Arts
$375.00
Lovely set of 5 Oribe ceramic tea ceremony sweets plates (set of 10 available). This famed stoneware with the trademark olive green glazes and feldspar iron geometric glazes makes a wonderful art deco impression. C.1915 earlier Taisho Period. 8" long x 4" wide. Seal on back. Ask for shipping quote.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #856079 (stock #KA650)
Kodo Arts
$750.00
Wonderful wood fired ash glaze with a dripping green overglaze which has created a fantastic Art Deco look. The Shigaraki kiln area is one of the most famous pottery traditions in Japan. They created the tea jars to transport tea leaves to Kyoto as well as sake jars and tsubos. Favored by the emperor and collectors. c.1920. (17" x 15") (43cm x 38cm). EMS Shipping/Insurance to USA or Western Europe $200.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1900 item #844376 (stock #KA639)
Kodo Arts
$1100.00
Lovely wood fired ash glaze on this pure Tamba yaki ceramic tea leaf storage jar from the Meiji Period, c.1885 make it a museum piece. Perfect condition. A Tamba ceramic collector's dream. c.1885. (12" x 7") (30cm x 18cm). EMS Shipping/Insurance to USA or Western Europe $100.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #780830 (stock #KA595)
Kodo Arts
$450.00
Brilliantly cloaked in trademark Mashiko brown, black and white, this tokkuri sake jug has three art deco circles and is in perfect condition. Mashiko is a famous kiln area in Gifu Prefecture. c.1920. (12" x 8") (30cm x 20cm). EMS Shipping/Insurance to USA or Western Europe $80.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1837 VR item #546204 (stock #KA220)
Kodo Arts
$750.00
In the original box signed "mukozuke" meaning set of side dishes, this set of 5 stunning antique Japanese oribe olive green and beige dishes has a beautiful rectangular design on the inside bottom flanked by connecting rings on each end. Each dish has three tiny legs. Oribe was a famed kiln center in Edo Japan 1614-1867 known for it's avant garde designs and elegant serving dishes. All 5 in perfect condition. c.1830. (5¾" x 4" x 2") (15cm x 10cm x 5cm). Shipping/Insurance included in price.