Tasteful and very fine Japanese Tea Pot of Kutani Yaki with painted lyrics written on it of the No (aka Noh or Nogaku) theatre.
Although it has already an age of more than 100 years its in great condition with no cracks or repairs. You can get a rare and delicate ceramic of the Meiji Period.
A tasteful gift for passionate lovers of the Japanese Culture - ready to use it for a tea ceremony. Don't miss out...
Impressing black Raku tea bowl, signed Kichizaemon, of the Raku family.
The signed box is labeled “10th generation”, which means Tan-nyu (1795-1854). It represents true Japanese Chado, made from of one of the most famous potter clans in Japan. Most pieces of Kichizaemon Tan-nyu are hold in museums.
Tan-nyu Raku was born the second son of Ryonyu, he succeeded as the 10th generation Kichizaemon in 1811...
From our great collection of Japanese tea pots we offer you a superb Hobin tea pot, made during the Meiji period at the end of the 19th century.
It is slightly deformed, covered with rough Oni Hagi glaze and has fine crackle look with natural kiln cracks. It is signed on the bottom
Great antique condition with no cracks or repairs.
Ready to use.
Size: 3,4'' height, 3,9'' width.
This is Kasuri Kaiki-Silk child kimono of Edo period. As for this, very thin silk thread was dyed by a natural indigo plant and other plant dye. This is a very thin silk kimono. This is lattice Kasuri pattern. This has a few stains in front of the left, but does not stand out. There is no damage.
Size 73.5cm x 78cm (28.9 "x 30.7")
Wonderful Japanese antique two panel byobu screen painting in ink and mineral colors on silk, Nihonga School, depicting a scene of a group of seven crows and a single magpie near a waterfall and hot springs possibly Onsen Baths, beautifully painted churning water and falls, signed and with hanga of artist Aizu Katsumi: born Fukushima Prefecture.
Exhibited Teiten and Bunten Exhibitions during prewar period.
Size: 76 3/4" high x 90" wide
This is horse cover textile at the Meiji era.(1868-1912) It draws in the indigo dye by the technique of tsutsugaki. It is a very vivid, impressive motif. It is wonderful horse cover textile. This is the one in the Tohoku region. It uses it at the wedding. This is rolled in horse's trunk. The bride rides on this horse. There is little damage in the edge. There is a little stain. However, it doesn't stand out.
Size:488cm/192.1" x 64cm/25.2"
It is considered that the sacredness which symbolizes the crop of a rich grape tree is a tree.The tree of the grape has a feeling of a lively motion very much. This is a "yogi", a kind of futon in the shape of kimono made of hand-spun cotton of Edo era (1800-1867).
It is stuffed with cotton and has hand-spun cotton lining dyed with vegetable color. It is damage few very good condition.The motif of the tree of this grape is very rare and precious tsutsugaki textile...
Up for sale is this special example of the beauty of Raku ware, a pottery tradition born more than 400 years ago in the ancient Japanese capital of Kyoto, from the collaboration between great tea master Sen Rikyu (1522-1591) and a potter named Chojiro ( - 1592), the forebear of the great Raku family of potters.
This particular chawan (tea bowl) was made by the 12th bearer of the Raku name, Raku Kichizaemon Konyu (1857-1932), whose works are not very diversified but who created seren...
This is Katsugi dyed with an indigo plant of the Edo era. This is made with high-quality hemp.
The whole is dyed in Katazome. The part of the hem is drawn in Tsutsukaki.
A rich family used Katsugi at the time of ceremonial occasion. This type of Katsugi was used in a part of Yamagata mainly...
Special autumn offer:
Another beautiful chawan from our familiy collection: square cylinder shaped (hanzutsu) tea bowl made of light, fine, unrefined Mino clay, with a flaring mouth in shape of a half pipe.
Shape and style make it appear contemporary with the late Oribe bowls. The expertly thrown body is covered with the typical black oniita engobe inside and outside - with the exception of the bottom - over which a white, feldspatic Shino glaze has been poured...
A very nice quality Japanese chawan, rice bowl, of conventional form dating to the Kyoho period, c.1716-1736, decorated with an auspicious pattern, kisshon-ga, featuring a ring motif containing auspicious clouds, painted in a combination of gilt and iron red wash, and Karahana, so called Chinese or “Tang flowers”, painted in a striking pallet of iron red, green, yellow enamels and gilding. The base of the bowl decorated with a Karakusa arabesque inset with Lotus flowers...
This is very fine Japanese studio probably from Kyoto or Kutani very much like Hirado
Japanese studio porcelain sheep is in very good condition.
He has pure white color body with nice detail fur,he also has wonderful smiling
face has singed to the bottom(3 Japanese
The 12 Zodiac this year is "year of sheep
will be good luck to have him.
He is very much like Hirado quality from1900S-1920S,6.1/2in height,8.1/2in diameter,Condition with No damage,No hair line,No chip,No repair...
Charming antique Japanese small 2-panel byobu (screen painting), painted with blossoming chrysanthemums in raised gofun, on right panel is a blue bird in flight, delicately painted with wonderful detail, mineral colors and gofun on paper with gold leaf ground, signed and seal by Yano Yoshitaka (1800-1858). Edo Period. Regarding the artist, records remain of his existence in the Higo Kumamoto Clan (Higo Hosokawa) official records...
A lady's informal silk red-ground robe, changfu
19th century Circa: 1800 - 1840
The coral-red silk robe woven with three roundels on the front, three on the back and one on each sleeve, each roundel formed of 三 多 peach, Buddha's hand and pomegranate, each symbolized long life, many happiness and blessing, lot of children...
This is an absolutely rare black Seto chawan ( setoguro chawan ) from the late Momoyama Period, which means the late 16th century or the changeover from Azuchi Momoyama to early Edo.
Blackish-brown glaze amalgamates with a wild and roughly thrown body. It is very heavy for a tea bowl, almost 500g. Please note that there is also an interesting kiln mark ( watch image number 3 )
Setoguro yaki is high-fired ware that originated in the late 16th century...
This is good-quality bedclothes used in the Tohoku district for Edo period. As for this, a cotton thread spun by hand by the warp is used. And silk thread spun by hand by a weft is used. This is the soft feel of slightly thick cotton. This texture strongly has the impression that is Folky very much.
This has slight fading, but does not stand out. There is no damage.
Size 160cm x 160cm (62.9 "x 62.9")
Japanese altar cloth, uchishiki, decorated with sets of kara-shishi (Chinese-lions), peonies, rocks and clouds. Silk with cotton liner, some soiling and some stains 27" x 29" (68.6cm x 73.7cm)
The lion is the king of beasts and is considered a messenger for Monju Bosatsu. They are often found guarding either side of a Shinto Shrine in Japan. The peony is the sovereign of the flowers, which symbolizes wealth and honor...
A huge Arita Imari commemorative charger...
A Japanese Imari Tokuri.
Decorated in the typical palette with alternate panels of a Carp leaping a waterfall
and a Dragon in clouds above a Tiger
Height: 7 3/8″ (18.7 cm).
Condition: excellent, light wear to gilding
This is very nice hand painted Japanese
Imari plate 12.1/2in diameter,Karasuka leaf design plate is in very good condition with No damage.
It has ashed color body with deep blue free hand painted work has Japanese character to the back from 19th century.
Condition is very nice has some original pin hold and one firing glaze missing spot to the front middle part,some original clay left spot to the back otherwise No hair line,No chip,No repair.
This is the clothes which a fire fighter of Edo period wore inside of Sashiko Hanten. This is the very rare item which the person of waterfall ascetic practices was drawn on to a back in Tsutsugaki. This picture does one of the famous programs of Kabuki in a motif. The cotton is spun by hand. And it is slightly thick. This has several places of fading and tears. This has small damage on a collar and a shoulder. However, I do not feel the state. Size 67cm x 90cm (26.3 "x 35.4")
Original oversize Japanese woodblock print by Konan Tanigami (1879-1928). This work is one of a number of oversize (approximately 15" by 20") botanical-floral woodblocks by Konan currently available. It dates from the twenties and is from the series published by Unsodo under the title: A Book of Flower Shapes and Forms. Offered in good condition (the prints from this series were folded in half when published and the fold is slightly visible, although it would basically disappear once the wo...
This is Furosiki used in the Tohoku district in the Meiji era. This is dyed with a natural indigo plant. This is thick cotton spun by Hand. It is done Sashiko with a white cotton thread.
This Furosiki has a big family coat of arms performed quilting of by the center. This is very rare.
Size 53cm x 48cm (60.2 "x 51.1") of the family coat of arms. There is two places of small hurt such as this F1 image. There is the small repair such as this F2 image on the back side two places. The whole is in...
Antique Japanese scroll with silk embroidery. Scroll shows a mystic and tranquil view of Mount Fuji floating among the clouds. Three separate scenes are painted in a vertical flow, with the very peak of Mount Fuji at the top, and a flowing river at the foreground. Signature of Kano Tsunenobu (1638-1713). Provenance Prominent Arkansas Estate.
Dimensions: 24" Wide X 63" Tall
This is Japanese EDo Indigo dye asamai-shibori dangawari-dye kimono. All asamai-shibori was made from the hand. The indigo dye is indigo of nature. It is a technology that dangawari is high. It is very charming. This was washed in water. There is a little stain. There is no damage. The state is very good. The techniques of several kinds of shibori are expressed in this one kimono. It is very beautiful, and wonderful. It is thick cotton. The The part of the cuff Is fabric at the edo chirimen silk...
This is Nobori of "Kousin-kou" spreading out from the Edo era. Kousin-kou was a place of the society of the villager. And it is the flag which I displayed there. In Akita in particular, this pattern was used for Nobori from the Edo era to the early days of the Showa era. It is Tsutsugaki of the rare Taishou period. This has slight unevenness in dyeing. However, it is the condition that there are not a stain and the damage, and is very good. I recommend this very charming design to collection of ...
A rectangular dish, kakunagazara, made for the Japanese domestic market decorated with an auspicious manji-tsunagi, wan diaper, gilt brocade ground inset with ume hana, plum blossom inset with niche like lobed reserves containing stylised Camellia, Tsubaki. The central reserve, mikomi, window, containing geometrically arranged stylised Bamboo, take, Bamboo shoots and grasses with mist or clouds in Kumo finger form painted in underglaze blue. The motifs are consistent with a late autumn, winter, ...
Antique big porcelain bowl of Kutani ware made by greatest Eiraku Kutani at the end of the Meiji Era, around 1910.
All overglaze images and patterns are tastefully hand-painted in great colours.
The signature of the potter is written on the bottom.
We sell it with its original signed woodbox. Very good condition, no chips, no cracks.
Size: 10 cm height x 20,4 cm diameter.
This is an upper child kimono of the Shonai district (Yamagata). It features blue dyeing and beautiful Tutugaki
The Yuzen process of the freehand drawing is beautiful, this is thick cotton spun by hand. And crane and tortoises of the freehand drawing run well too. Lining is cotton dyed with rouge made specially in Yamagata.
There are four stains of approximately 1cm (figure 1). There are two places extremely thin stain (figure 2).
And there is one place of old rectification (figure 3). You...
This is sashiko Indigo dye cotton boro noragi Vest textil of the Meiji era(1868-1912).
As for it, a color of the indigo dyeing that became boro is very beautiful. Both sides can enjoy it.
size:69cm x 38cm (27.2" x 15")
A classic Japanese Imari bowl with a slightly everted rim richly decorated in typical Imari export style with three irregular lobed shaped reserves containing Chrysanthemums set against a dark blue brocade ground of Peonies and gilt Karakusa divided into three sections each containing three flowers. The foot-ring is decorated with a band of three further Peony flowers. The interior of the bowl is painted with a band inset with stylised flowers, Peony, Chrysanthemum and Gobenka, and the main regi...
Ca. early 1800s
In the style of Okuda Eisen, possibly made in Kyoto at one of the Kiyomizu Kilns. One of a set of five or ten used for individual servings of sweets or other items in a tea ceremony context. Made from porcelain with thick overglaze green enamel and rapidly painted floral designs in red enamel. This style was popular in Kyoto in the late 1700s and 1800s, and was revived again in the 1900s. The amateur potter, Eisen, is credited with promoting this late Ming, Chinese-style in...
Today we like to present you one of our Shigaraki Chawans, roughly pottered and burned in a true wabi-sabi way around the mid 19th. cent.
Highly recommanded for lovers of Japanese aesthetics.
There is an old kiln mark and, rarely seen - 3 holes inside the foot. Great display piece.
The local sandy clay from the bed of Lake Biwa has a warm orange color, and makes very durable pottery. This clay characterizes Shigaraki ware. The ceramics have ...
This is child Hanten of the war thing of the Showa period. This has the text of the march with Mount Fuji, airplane, marching children. I have a few stains, but do not stand out. There is no damage. The state is complete. Size 55.5cmx 78cm (21.8 "x 30.7")
Kasuri (ikat) panel remnant with design of chrysanthemums, butterflies, and geometric squares. Japan, ca. Meji Era, 1868-1912. H.7.5"(19cm) x W.11.75"(32cm,) small 1.5cm repair patch in center.
This is a wonderful example of mingei craft with a very playful image. Butterflies exist in Japanese folk imagery, but are not so common. This piece would be lovely framed.
Real old Kihara-Karatsu Chawan from the well known Kiwara kiln in Sasebo. This type of tea bowl is called hanjiki, a transitional folk half porcelain bowl between Karatsu and Shoki-Imari ware.
Very nice cobalt decoration with mysterious charakters, crackle glaze and an antique gold restoration called kintsugi (gintsugi).
The Kihara-Karatsu Chawan comes with a high quality shifuku.
Size: 2,9'' height, 4,6'' width.