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Chawan Shards From Collapsed Kiln Firing

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1900   item# 1143966 (stock# 1724-9M46)

Chawan Shards From Collapsed Kiln Firing
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Tokugawa Antiques
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$ 110.00 

A firing failure in an old kiln resulted in this collapsed stack of chawans. Intriguing remnant of Japan's legendary pottery-firing history. Dates Edo or earlier.

Height: 5 3/4"
Diameter At Top: 6 3/4"
Weight Unpacked: 5 Pounds 8 Ounces

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Japanese Buddhist Wood Temple Box, Edo 1835

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1138907 (stock# 1712-9M441)

Japanese Buddhist Wood Temple Box, Edo 1835
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$ 345.00 

A Buddhist Temple wood box with iron lock and inner drawer. The lock is no longer functional and part has been replaced with a wood knob and underplate. The box has carved arabesque pattern on the top and face of the box. The sides and box end have stenciled arabesque pattern, lotus and mon. The maker of the box is Tsujii, Ukichi. It is dated 1835. The double line of kanji is on the bottom of the box and and single line of kanji is on the bottom of the inner box. There is wear to the box, nicks, loss on wood on one foot end and lacquer wear.

Length: 6 3/4"
Depth: 9 3/8"
Height:4 7/8"

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Japanese Seto Stone Glaze Ware Low Bowl

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Stoneware: Pre 1900   item# 1134667 (stock# 1706-6H710)

Japanese Seto Stone Glaze Ware Low Bowl
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$ 165.00 

Low stoneware bowl with cobalt underglaze of flowers and moving water. There are 6 firing spur marks, pitting of the old glaze and other imperfections found on this late 19th century bowl. The foot is unglazed. Please see photos for condition. Probably from the Seto area kilns.

Diameter: 12 1/4"
Height: 3"

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Japanese Burl Wood Tobacco Bon

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1920   item# 1134115 (stock# 1705-10M94)

Japanese Burl Wood Tobacco Bon
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$ 139.00 

This tobacco bon made of wood burl has a copper liner to contain the coals and bamboo receptacle to hold the ashes. There are age related stress fractures due to the contracting and expanding of the wood. The liner has oxidation. Please see photos for condition.

Length: 11 1/2"
Width: 8 1/2"
Height: 3 3/4"

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Japanese Porcelain Imari Fluted Bowl, Enamel Overglaze

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1910   item# 1127736 (stock# 1690-10M53)

Japanese Porcelain Imari Fluted Bowl, Enamel Overglaze
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$ 395.00 

Porcelain Imari Bowl with cartouches of Chinese figures, birds and flowers & trees. There are 6 scallops in the body of the bowl and the gilding from the rim is well worn. Dates from the Meiji period. It is in good condition with no chips, cracks or repairs.

Diameter: 9 7/8"
Height: 3 1/4"

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Japanese Sake Pourer, Katakuchi

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Porcelain: Pre 1910   item# 1122640 (stock# 1679-7E357)

Japanese Sake Pourer, Katakuchi
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$ 110.00 

This vessel was used to pour warm sake. The katakuchi's underside is blackened from being placed on coals. The spout has some roughness and there is a crack on one side - please see photos. Dates circa 1900's.

Height: 4 3/4"
Length Including Spout: 5 1/2"
Diameter: 4 1/2"

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Pair Japanese Bronze Hibachi With Elephant Handles

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Metalwork: Pre 1910   item# 1122516 (stock# 1678-10M18)

Pair Japanese Bronze Hibachi With Elephant Handles
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$ 425.00 

Offered for sale is this pair bronze hibachi with high relief scenes and elephant handles. On one side is Chokwaro, a mountain genie or Sennin who possessed a magic gourd. Upon command, a horse would emerge from the gourd on which he could ride away. The pair hibachi have not been polished but left as they were when last used. There is oxidation on the insides and small amount on the bodys' exteriors. There is some wear and loss of patina from use. Date circa 1900's. Additional photos may be viewed on our webise Tokugawa Antiques.

Height: 9 5/8"
Diameter; 10"
Width Including Handles: 12 1/2"
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Japanese Copper Tea Kettle

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Metalwork: Pre 1920   item# 1113329 (stock# 1653-10M50)

Japanese Copper  Tea Kettle
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$ 165.00  

Japanese Copper Kettle for the tea ceremony. The surface has been wonderfully sculpted into trenches or channels. It is lined with some type white metal and dates from the early 20th century. The kettle was filled with water for 24 hours and it did not leak. There is some oxidation - please see photos.

Height Including Handle: 10"
Width Including Spout: 10 1/2"
Diameter At Widest: 8 1/2"

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Japanese Kerosene Lamp With Storage Box/ Stand

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Pre 1910   item# 1099198 (stock# 1629-9M425)

Japanese Kerosene Lamp With Storage Box/ Stand
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$ 295.00  

This is a turn of the century glass kerosene lamp with its storage box which also serves as the lamp's stand. Kazuko Koizumi in his book, TRADITIONAL JAPANESE FURNITURE shows other examples of Japanese kerosene lamps made at the turn of the century which reflect Western influence. The tapered wood case has a copper knob to lift out the front panel. The panel is difficult to lift out. The storage box has a safety feature to securely place the lamp while it is in use. The glass lamp itself is petite in comparison to western kerosene lamps, it is close to the size range of the Victorian miniature lamp. The base of the lamp has 2 chip areas - please see photo.

Storage Box Dimenions: 12 1/2" Height, Box Tapers From 5 1/4" At Top To 7" At Base
Lamp Height Including Chimney: 11 1/4"
Height Assembled Box & Lamp: 22 1/2"

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Japanese Hot Water Wood Ewer, Yuto

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1920   item# 1090355 (stock# 1612-9M198)

Japanese Hot Water Wood Ewer, Yuto
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$ 85.00 

This hot water ewer was used in bathing. It is constructed of wood and is sealed with lacquer or a varnish. It has expected wear from usage but is in overall good condition. Please see photos for chips and rough areas. Dates from turn of the century.

Height: 7 3/4"
Width Handle to Spout: 14"
Diameter of Tub: 8"

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