Japanese Edo period woodblock print depicting “The lay priest Ryuen, Uramatsu Kihei Hidenao, behind a rack of kimonos” from the series “Stories of the Faithful Samurai.” The print is signed at the lower left "Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi ga" (1797-1861). The red Yoshi Kiri seal is beneath the signature. The publisher’s seal and series number is below the artist’s seal. The date seals are above the signature. The series title is at the upper right...
This Meiji period Japanese vase has ginbari panels accenting the neck and wide goldstone band with gin-bari flowers.
Vase is 8 inches tall and is in pristine condition
This is a Japanese antique natural stripe indigo dye cotton and sashiko stitch patched boro big futon cover.
It has no stains or damage.
It can be enjoyed on both sides.
You can easily decorate the wall or use it as a bedspread.
A very beautiful silk-dyed cotton textile.
Size:Length:154cm / 60.6inch
Width::123cm / 48.4inch
The size of Plate: 8 5/8" Dia x 1 1/2" High. This is very fine Japanese Ko Imari Plate Pair. Each Plate has beautiful flower petal shape body with fine quality porcelain. The plate has fine contour shape. Each Plate has two different windows. One with boat and landscape. Other with Plum and bamboo. Between them with gold and red Karakusa design. Center with blue and white underglaze peony design. Both plate are excellent condition, no chip, no crack and no hairline...
A nagazara or long dish of bean-pod form, a very unusual shape, decorated with auspicious un-ryu, dragons and clouds, in its central reserve, surrounded by Matsu-fuji, entwined Pine branches and Wisteria vine, a traditional Japanese motif associated with longevity. The reverse decorated with further auspicious Dragons and precious objects, cash and scrolls with flaming pearls...
This is a fragment of kosode with embroideries. Kosode is a woman's kimono till Edo period, a predecessor of a modern kimono. Kosode literally means "small sleeve" but it actually means sleeves with small wrists opening, on the other hand, sleeves with wide openings are called hirosode. This fragment is made of silk crepe and dyed with benibana ( safflower ) which was very precious dye. The white small circles are boshi-shibori ( capped )...
Yosegire-juban (under kimono) made of fragments recycled from old kimono. They are: silk crepe with beni-itajime shibori (board-clamped dyeing), katazome (stencil-resist-dyeing), figured silk etc. All the fragments are vegetable dyed such as beni (safflower), shikon (purple grass root) and ai (indigo) etc. It has pongee silk lining and some threads are hemp. In excellent condition. 19th century. 124cm x 151cm
A Japanese golden age, silver wire, standard cloisonne incense burner with butterfly design work. The burner measures about 7" high x 4 1/2" in diameter, and dates to the turn of the Century, The condition is very good with a dent in one foot, minor wear, and the lid has been replaced. The asking price includes shipping within the USA.
Japanese Satsuma Earthenware Tea Jar, or Tea Caddy with inner cover, total 3 pieces, Ca. 1920, 3 1/2" high, 3" diameter-widest part, raised Gold accent on all details of Japanese Warrior Figures in Padio setting. One(1) small old frit 1/8" size under inner cover rim, and old dark frit 3/8" wide on the rim outside.
Japanese Meiji period three-case boxwood inro carved on the front with two oni or animal creatures peering out from the trunk of a tree. The back holds a bearded man holding a sword or knife. All three have inlaid eyes. A wood ojime bead and a netsuke in the form of a smiling tiger is attached to the string. A two-character “Nissho” signature within a circular cartouche is embedded on the bottom. 19th century...
Wooden urushi katakuch which is used for sake ( Japanese wine ) or liquid. The outside is coated with black urushi and inside is coated with red urushi. It has the orner's crest in the bottom. It is used and has many scratches and parts urushi came off. 19th century. Diameter: 22cm, 26.5cm with a beak Height: 17cm
Japanese Edo period woodblock print by Toyokuni III (also known as Kunisada) depicting a kabuki actor portraying a samurai. His sword rests on the ground and his matchlock musket leans against the wall. Firearms were introduced to Japan by foreign traders in the 16th century. The maru-ni-chigai-Takanoha family mon is on his kimono. This crest, which consisted of two crossed hawk feathers, was used by two Edo period samurai families. This image was published by Maruya Seijiro in 1854...
This is a Japanese antique Hemp kasuri child kimono.
It has a thin slight stain. But that doesn't stand out.
It has no damage and is in very good condition.
I would recommend it to your collection.
Size:Length:90cm / 35.4inch
Cuff to cuff, across the back: 102cm / 40.１inch
Small mask of the Kyogen Theater, with a strong expression. Lacquered wood. Eyes made of glass painted inside. Japan, 19th century. Height: 16,5 cm. Several small chips, otherwise very good condition.
Child's ceremonial kimono made of plain weave silk with beautiful hand-painted cranes. It is dyed with natural indigo and the lining is dyed with benibana. In excellent condition except for a tiny moth hole in the front lapel and a few in the sleeve, also some light stains in the upper front. The second half of the 19th century. 90cm x 113cm
This is impressive tsutsugaki futon cover of the Edo era. It is a very charming rare design. This has light huskiness, the change of the color and a small hole around a crest.
The edge of the cloth includes two places of small damage. The cotton is spun by hand.
Size: 168cm x 127cm (66.1 "x 50")
Horse ornament which is rolled around the berry. It is made of hand-spun cotton and dyed with natural indigo. The stripe pattern is katazome (stencil-dyeing) and the crests are tsutsugaki. In excellent condition. 19th century. 33cm x 3m20cm
This is Indigo dye hemp samurai han-jyuban textile of the latter period of the Edo era)1800-1867).It is made of hand-spun and hand-woven and natural indigo dyed hemp.
It has a few stains. However, there is not the damage and is good condition.
size:62cm x64cm (24.4" x 25.1")