A set of four matching Tokkuri depicting courtiers among a flower strewn garden on the edge of a palace with exquisite moriage designs around the neck, shoulder and base. Gold and over-glaze enamels on white porcelain, signed on the base Kutani Ishida Sei. Each is roughly 6-1/4 inches (16 cm) tall and all are in excellent condition, dating from the last decade of the 19th or first decades of the 20th centuries (Meiji-Taisho period).
This was made for Edo period. And it is Katazome where a natural indigo plant, black, gray, rouge were used for.
This is the Shipo- filler of the Amaryu- dragon and a deep red pattern of the lozenges. As for this, cotton is spun by hand and is slightly thick.
As for this, a small hole is it in two places and a few stains, but does not stand out. There is not the damage. Size 156cm x 67.5cm (61.1 "x 26.5") ek2
A golden brocaded basket suspended in air and filled with flowers. A bird resting on a branch while another flutters about surrounded by the joy of spring. This cup and saucer is one of my personal favorites, delicate and translucent and without flaw; the gold accentuates the weaving of the basket, the flowers well arranged, and every detail seems to spring to life. Our treasure is perfect in every way, except for very minor wear along the raised spines of the foliated saucer...
Roll of hemp cloth for kaya (mosquito net) whose wefts and warps are hand-plied. In excellent condition. Late 19th to early 20th century. 40cm x 10.5m (approxi.)
This is Noshime used in a district for the Meiji period. This is woven with silk and cotton. The line of the part of the waist is drawn on this freely by hand. This has several places of changes of color of the aging, but does not stand out. This does not have damage. This is Kyougen clothes used in a local side. In the present age, this is not seen very much.
Size 130cm x 131cm (51.1 "x 51.5")
Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861).
Subject: Yakusha-e (kabuki actor print), Iwai Tojaku (1776-1847) as Osode.
Signature: ichiyuusai Kuniyoshi-ga.
Publisher: Joushuu-ya Kinzou.
This is a pair of kusari-gote (gauntlet) which are made of urushi coated iron, kusari (mail), plain and katazome asa (hemp) cloth, silk cords, buttons made of animal bone etc. The warps and wefts of the asa cloth are hand-plied. Generally in good condition but has some holes in the asa cloth and urushi came off in the back of the hands as they were actually used. It reads "27" in Kanji letters in the top. Edo period. 19.5cm x 68.5cm
Vivid colors on this C.1920 'koi' carp Boy's Day Festival streamer. Natural dyes on cotton with crest on top. Excellent condition with a minor spot. 84" long by 15" wide. Ask for shipping quote.
This is Patchwork komebukuro of kinran damask nishiki in Edo period(1800-1867).
It is a bag that did fabric of wonderful Nishijin textile in the patchwork. The lining is red silk. All are original. There is little damage. However, the state is very good. It recommends it for your collection.
size:40cm x 28cm (15.7" x 11")
This is a haori of the children of the family coat of arms of the Shimazus. It is a child haori of the Taisho era.
There is the family coat of arms of the cross in one of the oldest crests from the Kamakura era. This has a thin stain, but there is not damage. The lining is kaiki of the silk.
size:85cm x 95cm (33.5" x 37.4")
Enshrined sacred wood carving phallus with such sublime vigor called 'Goshintai' (lit. 'Body of Kami (God)') in Shintoism. Early 20th century, Japan. approx...
Japanese ceramic water dropper, squat globular vase form with stout body, slender short neck, everted mouth rim and control aperture near the neck, covered in a translucent olive brown glaze stopping short of the flat unglazed base. Seto kilns. 3-1/4 inches high x 3-1/4 inches in diameter. Late 19th century.
48 SAMPLES OF NOSHI CONGRATULATORY GIFT CASE
48 samples of ‘noshi’ (traditional Japanese envelopes in which to put congratulatory gift of money) contained in ‘tatoshi’ (wrapping paper for kimono). Late 19th - early 20th century, Japan.
Each piece has each name and number, and also seal for reconfirming the instructions when unfold. Tatoshi: approx...
Shigenobu (Hiroshige II) 1826-1869. The oban tate-e triptych depicts Minamoto no Yorimitsu, Sakata no Kintoki and Watanabe no Tsuna entering the mountain home of the demons. Circa 1851-1853.
Shigenobu was a pupil of Ando Hiroshige and adopted his name to become the second generation after his master's passing in 1858. Condition of these prints are faded, wrinkles - some creased, margins trimmed and uneven, light wormage and pin holes, light foxing and soil...
Japanese antique beautiful natural & handspun indigo dyeing hemp thick kimono with the family coat of arms.It has the stain. It is no damage.They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.
size:Length 134cm (52.7inch) sleeve to sleeve 126cm (49.6inch)
This is Meiji(1868-1912) hemp Horse cover tsutsugaki Indigo dye textile.
Very, warm to be hand spun of touch.
There are a thin stain and damage.
It is a charming horse cover with very beautiful indigo. It recommends it for you.
size:68cm x 115cm (26.8" x 45.3")
An intricate pattern of blue, silver and gold gives this early 20th century Japanese silk obi the look of old French tapestry. Both the colors and design are somewhat unusual for Japanese kimono belts, or obi, which typically have larger patterns and bolder palettes. Although metallic silver and gold threads were used for this obi, the shine was muted by the type of weave so that they have only a subtle gleam in direct light...
This is child's hakama in Edo period(1800-1867).
It designs with katazome thick very cotton.
It is a very beautiful hakama. It is a good very design of the history of the coral and the wave. Textile seems to be hand spun and wovenIt is umanori-hakama. There is a little stain. There is no damage. I recommend it for your collection.
This is cotton child Kasuri kimono of Edo period. As for this, a pattern is Hagoita, Hane and Hami of the harness. Hagoita play is play of New Year holidays. As for this, Yokote Kasuriga is used for Edo period of Akita. This has two or three places of stains, but does not stand out. This does not have damage. The state is complete.
Size 90cmx 91cm (35.4 "x 35.8")
This is shirushi hanten of very rare indigo dye cotton in Edo period. It is shirushi hanten of the buddhist temple in Kyoto. The motif of the back and the chest is [de] very impressive.
There is a little stain. There is one pinhole. However, it doesn't stand out. The state is very good in thick cotton. Warm touch of the indigo dye cotton in Edo period is wonderful. I must feel it for the hand. It recommends it for your collection.
size:91cm x 124cm (35.8" x 48.8cm)
A good example of an “Ai Kutani” style dish decorated with a continuous scrolling vine of Peony flowers with Peony leaves and Buds set against a “frog spawn” type ground, which is typical of the period; see Volume II of the Shibata Collection no 347 for an identical border arabesque there dated circa 1670-80...
UNIDENTIFIED WOODEN BOX WITH THREE WINDOWS
Curious box with two small windows at front surface and a long and narrow window at backside.
Probably dated back to the Edo period, 19th century at least for its use of 'wakugi' Japanese nails and its maturity of wooden texture.
Japanese anrique silk beni-itjime katazome yosegire patched kimono of the edo era(1800-1867).The pattern of the chestnut is very charming and precious.Tempered yarn is old hemp yarn, lining is also old red silk. Very well kept condition, it is a wonderful condition.
It has a few thin stain. But it is not outstanding...
This is hemp cloth woven in Shounai area for Edo period. This is spun by hand and is thick. This has some uneven weaves, but does not stand out. There is no damage.
Size 970cm x 34cm (381.8 "x 13.3")
This is a Japanese antique silk kinran gold weave maru obi of Phoenix and Dragon & chrysanthemum pattern of Meij in the 19th century.
The same pattern repeats on both sides.
It has no stain or damage...
This is Kyogen Hakama which the child of the rich civilian of Kyoto used for the Meiji period.
This has the crest that Kyogen is characteristic of the part of the waist. As for this, the whole is dyed with an indigo plant by Katazome. This has several places of thin dirts. And this has several places of extremely small holes. As for this, cotton is thin. Kyogen Hakama of the child is very rare.
Size 85cm x 56cm (33.4 "x 22")
Japanese antique Hemp Safflower dyeing han jyuban.
There are thin stains in several places. However, it has no damage.I will recommend this to your collection.
It is ideal for Good for home decor,wall display,remaking materials such as the patchwork and craft projects and boro quilting and You enjoy it....etc
size:Length 77cm (30.3inch) sleeve to sleeve 125cm (49.2inch)
This is Shina-fu Tsutsugaki Noren where is in a very good state produced at the last time of the Meiji period. This is dyed with a natural indigo plant. This Shina-fu is spun by hand. And it is a big thread.This does not have stain damage. The state is very good.
Size 89cm x 92cm (35 "x 36.2")オレンジケース１０１
Rare item. Yazutsu (quiver) made of "koyori" which is twisted washi (Japanese handmade paper) strings. The crafts made of koyori and coated with urushi were called "Kami-Nagato" and they were popular handicrafts in Edo period, such as tabacco cases, bowls and sake containers in hyotan shape and so on. It has 15 arrows made of bamboo but feathers are worn out. The quiver is in excellent condition. The 19th century. L:94cm Diameter:7.5cm
This is Japanese tengu and okame cotton hanten textile. It is a very unique, charming design. There is a thin stain. The patchwork of the collar has come off slightly. The state is very good.
size:72cm x 96cm (28.3" x 38.2")
It is antique hand-spun and natural indigo dyed cross stripes cotton yogi kimono.It is a very good condition.It does not have a stain and the damage.cross stripesSlightly thick kimono yogi.
size:Length 173cm (68.1")
Width of the shoulder 78cm(30.7")
sleeve to sleeve 153cm (60.2")
A set of two Japanese porcelain cups and saucers with fine decoration in the Imari palette, underglaze blue, iron red and abundantly gold. Cups with a blossom mark. Condition: fine, saucers with kiln grit residue. Dimension: cup: c. 7.1 diameter, 4.6 cm high, saucer: c. 12.2 cm diameter, 2.3 cm high.
This is Fukusa of beautiful embroidery made in Kyoto in the Edo era.
As for the embroidery, the thread which gold leaf was rolled round is used and is made all by hand. The surface does not have a stain and the damage.
And there are a few stains to the lining. It does not stand out.
This is embroidery of a lucky bird.
Size 71cmx 67cm (27.9 "x 26.3")
This is Indigo dye katazome thick cotton kimono of the Meiji era(1868-1912). It is very beautiful Indigo dye katazome. The size of okuri( version) of katazome is 19.5cm. There is a thin stain. There is not damage. It is very good state. It is made of hand-spun cotton and natural dyed.
size:140cm x 123cm (55.1" x 48.4")
This is nobori flag Textile at the Meiji era.(1880~1890) Samurai and horse's motifs draw in cotton by the hand. There is a little stain. The state is very good. It is a very impressive motif. It is touch of the cotton of a warm indigo dye. It is a wonderful, beautiful excellent article. Please add to your collection.116cm x 34cm (45" x13")
Wood carving statue of 'sarumawashi' (wandering Japanese street performer who trains performing monkeys) with monkey on the shoulder, which applies the natural form of wild tree root (or gnarl) itself to the main body part standing in exquisite balance. 19th century, Japan. Impressive appearance of Edo period's sarumawashi with 'chonmage' (topknot) dressed for the road with baggage...