Here's a beautiful and unique way to accent your indoor or outdoor garden space with this treasure from Japan!
Japan, an authentic and handsome small "Oribe" influenced granite stone lantern, carved from solid granite stone, three pieces (includes the base with feet, round firebox, and top),nice patina from age, 20" high and 20" diameter. This scarce size and style lantern would make an ideal choice for an intimate installation.
Many of our customers place "oil candles" inside the main section making a romantic and enjoyable decorative accent for entertaining friends and family. It's a perfect choice for your indoor or outdoor garden space.
This lantern is one-of-a-kind and comes from an old Japanese Nagoya area garden.
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Schneible Fine Arts has been dealing in authentic Japanese antique garden lanterns and water basins for many years. Mr. Schneible personally travels to Japan each year to meet his network partners who assist him in finding best examples. He personally inspects each antique lantern to ensure its old age, authenticity, and quality condition. After accumulating a group, they are imported to Vermont and Maine in large containers. This method keeps shipping costs low and enables us to offer them to you at reasonable prices. We carefully pack and ship to clients all over the USA and at reasonable shipping costs.
LIFETIME GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY: All of our Asian works of art come with our Lifetime Authenticity Guarantee.
We are members of the North American Japanese Garden Association (NAJGA) specializing for ten years now in old and authentic Japanese stone garden ornaments.
Please come visit us June 15-Oct 10, to our expansive Maine annual summer garden and indoor gallery Exhibition "Treasures from Asia" 149 Main St, Northeast Harbor, Me 04662 (Mount Desert Island-just 15 minutes from Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park). This, our seventh annual exhibition, features hundreds of antique, and many unique Asian and non-Asian garden ornaments including a fine selection of authentic Japanese lanterns and water basins (tsukubaI) as well as an indoor gallery chock full of select antique Asian Buddhas, old jades, fine pottery, woodblock prints, Japanese screens, and much more. We hope to see you there !
History of "Oribe" lantern style:
The 16th century samurai warrior and tea master of Japanese tea ceremony, Future Oribe, was taught this ritual ceremony by none other than Sen no Rikyū. He became the foremost tea master in the land after Rikyū's death, and taught this art to the shōgun. The kind of tea ceremony he established is known as Oribe-ryū and the style of ceramics that are attributed to his artistic influence are known as Oribe-yaki. He also designed a style of stone lantern (tōrō) for the roji tea garden, and it has come to be known as Oribe-dōrō.