This is an item used in Shibai- costume for Edo period.
The crest of the family is made of paper. The crest can read a letter of Iwai. This is produced with cotton cloth dyed into brown. This cotton cloth is spun by hand. This has several places of changes of color part, but there is no damage. Size 102cm x 120cm (40.1 "x 47.2")
This is valuable Indigo dye Stripes-katazome Child kimono in Edo period(1800-1867).
The material is hemp. It is a material of nature. It pats it very much charming. It does and there is neither seeing nor damage. It recommends it for your collection.
size:50cm x66cm (19.7" x 26")
This is Japanese beautif silk katsugi-yuzen Kimono textile of the Meiji era(1868-1912). I am very elegant, and it is refined. It has a thin stain. However, it does not stand out, and there is not damage, and it is condition good at all.
size:127cm x 127cm (77.5" x 77.5")
Late 19th century ojime (slide bead for tightening the cord going from netsuke to inro) carved as a seated tanuki (badger) with one of its front paws raised. In Japanese folklore tanuki is a notorious trickster. Excellent carving - see its alert face, finely incised fur, great patina. Height 5/8 inches.
This is benibana-dye -shibori and katazome yosegire kimono textile of the Edo era(1800-1867).It has a few thin stains. It has a small damage in several places. However, it is in a state good generally.
size:140cm x 123cm (55.1" x 48.4")
PAIR OF INARI FOX GODS
Folk clay fox dolls as messengers of god based on 'Cult of Inari' (which was the most popular during the Edo period), enshrined at 'kamidana' (household Shinto altar) for the everyday life of ordinary people.
Relationship of 'A-Un' (Yin‐Yang as inspiration and expiration, or alpha and omega), as male image of 'A' and female image of 'Un'. Edo-Meiji period, 19th century. approx...
This hanjyuban is a very charming pattern.
It is expressing a samurai's jinbaori to the unique pattern.
And it is katazome of silk.
The portion of the pattern of tea-things is cotton. There are few remains of repair and a thin stain. They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.
size:86cm x 128cm(33.8" x 50.3")
A set of six silver spoons with diversely worked figural handles. All pieces marked "jungin". Condition: one spoon broken. Dimension: approx. 14.3 cm long, weight: 100 g.
It is Impressive indigo dye cotton shirushi-hanten coat.It is thick a little cotton. It has a few thin stains. However, The stain does not stand out.It is no damage.They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.
size:Length 82cm (32.2")
sleeve to sleeve 120cm (47.2")
Width of the shoulder 61cm (24.0")
The dish has an unusual square form with indented corners and a raised almost vertical rim which suggests that it was probably intended to be used for the serving of sashimi, sliced raw fish. This type of dish is described in Japanese as a shihou-sumioshi sara. By the late Mid Edo period sashimi had been growing in popularity being prepared by professional chefs, and was served both in aristocratic and in wealthy households and Ryokan...
AN UNUSUAL SETO TOKKURI, 19TH CENTURY.
The body covered overall with a persimmon slip beneath the clear glaze, the neck dipped in a thick green glaze. The potter has engraved some fruit/vegetable forms through the slip before glazing, something I’ve never seen before. The orange and green go very well together. Within the foot-rim the body is clear glazed giving the more typical oatmeal colouring associated with Seto stoneware...
This is checked pattern cotton of the good Meiji era of the texture. And this dyed a thread earlier and it was woven. There is a good texture spun by hand. There are several places of small holes in several places of light stains and edge. The Japanese checked pattern varies all in a design by a craftsman. The cotton goods became the uniform item mass-produced after about 1945. Till then each; there was delicate difference...
A set of five Sake cups of tapering cylyndrical form, nozoki, decorated in underglaze blue with a diaper border, renzuku mon, to inside of the mouth, and an iron red diaper ground inset with shaped reserves or mikomi, each containg a gilt outlined and enameled Suisen, the Japanese Narcissus with Chrysanthemum demi florets in iron red and gilt with matsuawabishi mon in underglaze blue flanking them...
A Japanese Arita deep dish, early 19th century. The dish is decorated with Ho-o birds and branches of flowering paulownia. The back with clouds and bats and a single spur mark. The Dutch refer to this palette of red and gold on white porcelain as ‘Milk & Blood’.
There is the remains of a collectors mark on the back
Approximately 20 cm diameter...
This is noragi at the Meiji era. It is katazome of the indigo dye cotton. There is a thin stain. The state is very good. It is very nice indigo dye cotton. 58cm /22.8"x 62cm./24.4"
Japanese antique Indigo dye kasuri silk hitoe kimono Taisho period.It is a very good condition.It does not have a stain and the damage.size:Length 141cm (55.5")
sleeve to sleeve 120cm (47.2")
This is yosegire patchwork kimono in Edo period. It is silk. Katazome and wild silkworm's luster is wonderful. Silk in the lattice part uses the wild silkworm. There is a little stain.
There is a repair mark. There is damage in the lining. However, the state is good. size:120cm /47.2"x 122cm/48"
19th century wooden netsuke of a straw bundle containing eggplants for sale, two of them visible as the bundle is open on one side. Rarely depicted in netsuke, clever design, very nice patina. Length 2 9/16 inches.