Furoshiki (wrapping cloth) made of hand-spun cotton with "Takara-zukushi" motif. It is a auspicious one which has many kinds of treasures such as treasure ball, a mallet, gold coins, a cape, deer horns, and treasure bag and a crest. In excellent condition except for a few tiny rips (2mm~1cm) in the middle part. It has katazome belt of cloth in the back. 19th century. 83.5cm x 95.5cm
Japanese antique indigo dye cotton boro patched Farmclothes Tattered jacket Meiji era(1868-1910).It is beautiful noragi repaired in indigo dyeing cotton and katazome cotton and sashiko stitch for repair by hand.The stain and damage and Trace of the repair and the discoloration used for a long time are very charming for that.It can enjoy both sides.
size:Length 85cm (33.4inch) sleeve to sleeve 113cm (44.4inch)width of the shoulder 63cm (20.8inch) Width of the back 60cm (23.6inch)
This is Fukusa used in Kyoto for Edo period. As for this, two carps are expressed very boldly. As for this, a carp is expressed in a silver thread. This does not have a stain and damage.
As for this, a state is complete.Lining is a red silk.
Size 74.5cm x 62.5cm (29.3 "x 24.6")
This is antique boro cotton Patched sashiko stitch noragi coat at Meiji era (1868-1912). It is very nice touch of the indigo dye cotton. It is very charming. It is sashiko- stitch for Reinforcement by hand.It can enjoy both sides.It has only damage to a hem. It is natural indigo dyed cotton .It is exactly a work of art. Size:Length95cm(37.4") sleeve to sleeve 125cm (49.2")Width of the shoulder62cm(24.4")
Excellent katazome Thick indigo-dye cotton 1868-1912 where this kimono is very rare. It is made of hand-spun and hand-woven and natural indigo dyed cotton. This slightly has a thin stain to a collar. However, there is not damage. It is very good condition.
size:124cm x 121cm (48.8" x 47.6")
A beautiful hand painted Uchikake kimono with pine trees and rocks in sumi-e black ink (dye) style, a symbol of winter, New Year and the longevity. The fabric is Shioze silk (thicker than regular silk), not shiney as satin silk. Very well preserved; no stains. It is evenly discolored to a creamy color and still wearable. Circa, late Meiji to early Showa, 1900 to 1940.
Dimensions: 51 inches (sleeve to sleeve) x 71 inches long
This is Hanjyban of Asamai (Akita) Sibori in the Edo era. The cotton is slightly thick.
As for this, Sibori of Futaba of Aoi stands out in slightly slightly bigger Miura Sibori. The trace of the Sibori thread exists clearly beautifully. There are a few stains, but does not stand out. There is no damage.
Size: 65cm x 65cm (25.5 "x 25.5")
It is silk fukusa textile of embroidery & dyeing of the Taisho era. It is excellent and am delicate, and embroidery of the fukusa and the technique of the dyeing are very beautiful. It has thin stain and smudge. It does not have the damage.
size:71cm x 66cm (27.9" x 25.9")
This is wonderful katazome Indigo cotton Patchwork futon cover in Edo period.
Edo fabric of katazome komon stripes etc. has done the patchwork. It is very beautiful with both sides. I recommend it for your collection.
size:158cm x 91cm (62.2" x 35.8")
This is the kimono which a child wore for Edo period. This is the kimono which a child wore in a ceremony. A crane is bold, and this is impressive. The picture of the crane is drawn by hand. This has a few stains on the part of the crane. This has a slight damage to a shoulder and a collar, but does not stand out. Size 91cm x 81cm (35.8 "x 31.8")
Cotton girl's juban (under kimono) for furisode (formal kimono) with katazome pattern. It is called beni-itajime which is one kind of board-clamped dyeing with benibana (safflower). Benibana was very precious in old days and it was mainly grown in Shonai region in Yamagata prefecture. The last photo shows the process of beni-itajime in old days (Reference source: Yomigaeru Maboroshino Senshoku, published by Shimane Museum of Ancient Izumo). Meiji period (1868~1912)...
A set of five, sometsuke tusurugata kozara, blue and white Crane shaped small dishes dating to the late seventeenth century. An identical set of dishes is illustrated in volume II of the Shibata Collection at page 272 no 714, there dated c.1680-1710. Their condition is good all the dishes show crazing to the glaze, two have a minute chip each to the edge. Similar shaped dishes have been excavated from the Sarukawa kiln at Arita...
This is Sashiko Hanten which the leader of certain occupation group of Edo period wore.
A technique to be called very high Sagara embroidery is used for this. This embroiders all by hand. The cotton thread used for embroidery is spun by hand. The thread is dyed with plant dye. It is clothes to identify social position promptly even if anyone looks. The part of the collar has a kanji of Toudori...
Antique Japanese Linen Banner Commemorating the pivotal Kawanakajima War of the Sengoku Period, a period rich in samurai history. War ships are depicted bearing the crests of the Takeda, Maeda, and Kato clans. A vibrant and powerful piece of Japanese history. 70.5 x 30.5 inches, 179 x 77.5 cm.
This is donza sashiko hanten at the Meiji era. It is sashiko hanten donza that the fishermen's boss in Kurashiki used.
It is the valuable one in the market without. There is a little getting untied part.There is a thin stain.
Very exact sashiko is made from the hand.
It is wonderful and beautiful.
The state is very good. Please add to your collection.
Size 98cm/38.6" x 121cm/47.6"
A Japanese priest's silk ouhi (Buddhist priest's ritual arm - shoulder covering), the green/gray/black brocade silk with an overall design of cranes, pine, stylized shells, verlaid with white line divisions and asymetric gold thread kikyo (Chinese bell flower) designs, pale pink silk liner. Late Edo period. Dimensions - 11 1/8" x 54".
This is Japanese yosegire Patchwork katazome jyuban Rare in Edo period.
This jyuban does the patchwork with wonderful fabric such as itajime shiko-shibori katazome boshime yuzen in Edo period. It is very beautiful.
There is damage in the part of the wave of the back and the chest. There is a little stain. However, it is very good overall. size:141cm x 123cm (55.5" x 48.4")
An Arita long dish of sampan form somewhat deeper and narrower than usually found. Painted with an idealised Chinese style landscape incorporating the elements of water and land. The cavetto painted with stylised lotus flowers enmeshed within a Hagi-karakusa, Bush clover vine arabesque. Gobenka with karakusa motifs to the sides of the dish, and a similar auspicious Lozenge (one of the Eight Precious objects) with karakusa at each end...
This nice hand painted Japanese Hirado plate 6.1/8in dimaeter is in very good condition with No damage,No hair line,No chip or repair.
I have two plate both has very minor light scratch and original pin hole beautiful landscape with Japanese traditional fisherman.
This plate has pure white color body with nice deep cobalt blue wonderful painting by Hirado factory from 1900S-1910 Meiji Era.
An amusing netsuke form model of a mischievous monkey dressed as a Manzai dancer based on an Ivory model of the late Edo period. The figure is crisply modelled, the head partially bisque with cobalt blue and iron brown glaze applied to the head dress and flowing robes. Both the head and the long tongue are separately modelled from the base. Sarumiwashi, trained monkeys were a popular form of entertainment in Japan, and also performed as part of Shinto rituals relating to the New Year...
This is Japanese Indigo thick hemp boro tattered rag textile of the last part of Edo era.(1800-1868).It is made of hand-spun and hand-woven and natural indigo dyed hemp.
A part and the change of the color that the indigo dyeing rubbed against are very beautiful. The string of a rope coming with it is very charming.
size:122cm x 86cm (48" x 33.8")
This is a hydrangea pattern and a high technique of yuzen dye, and shadow and the color of the leaf are expressed boldly. It is the gem which does not exist in other tsutsugaki. It is a painting of wonderful yuzen dye. Tsutsugaki is done by a considerably exact technology. It is a wonderful masterpiece of Edo at latter term. There is slightly a repair mark.It has several small holes.The material is hemp (superior grass cloth)and cotton.
size:162cm x 140cm (63.7" x 55.1")
This is cotton tsutsugaki shirushi-hanten coat textile of the Meiji era(1868-1912).
It is made of hand-spun and the feel that is warm with thick cotton. It has a few thin stains and one damage. However, it is very good condition.
size:86cm x 128cm (33.9" x 50.4")
This is boro Patchwork Rare child noragi hanten at the Meiji era(1868-1912)BTattered boro noragi hanen is very unusual. Tattered katazome cotton is very charming. It can enjoy both sides. I recommend this for your collection.
size:50cm x 63cm (19.7" x 24.8")
Japanese antique child kasuri ikat cotton kimono Seigaiha (literally, a pattern of waves in blue ocean)Dark brown.It has a thin stain.However, There is no damage.They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.size:Length 91cm (35.8inch) sleeve to sleeve 92cm (36.2inch)
This is traditional Bugaku- clothes of the Edo era. This is the form that is traditional in silk twill fabrics.
It has two extremely small holes. There are no stain and damage.
The pattern is Ganryo- dyeing.
It can be hardly exhibited at the market.
Size 193cm x 186cm (75.9 "x 73.2")
Antique Japanese rare fune bako (ship safe box) with interesting large, heavy iron warabite handles on its front and backside, front lockplate with flower shaped iron knob and hinged locking pin. Lid is completely removable and has short inscription inside. Meiji period (1868-1912) Original Beautiful Condition.
Size: 6.25" height, 6.25" width, 17.25" length
This fireman's sashiko coat is the one in Edo period. (1800-1867)) It is abe no seimei and oni(japanese Ghost) motif in the indigo dye cotton. It has a little abrasion on the thin stain and cuffs...
Excellently potted japanese porcelain dishes, decorated in underglaze Cobalt blue with a nice landscape scenery. Nabeshima - style, Meiji Period 1868 - 1912 ) Diameter : 20,8 cm. Condition : Perfect.
Provenance : Old German collection. ( All in all we do have 4 pieces of the same kind of dishes on offer ( 2 pairs )).
It is a thing at the Meiji era. It is furisode kimono of the Teega coming and embroidery in the rinzu ground. It is a marriage clothes long-sleeved dress with a high place. It is a bold very impressive design. Teega comes and Some and embroidery are also wonderful. There is neither stain nor damage. It is wonderful and beautiful.
It is a valuable excellent article.Size: length 168/66.1inch
sleeve to sleeve 130cm/51.2inch
An interesting namasu, serving dish or bowl, decorated entirely with green, aubergine, yellow, black and red enamels. A palette and style of decoration not dissimilar to that used in the mid seventeenth century that covers the whole of the interior of a dish with enamel decoration. In this case the enamelling disguises an unglazed ring to the interior of the bowl that would have enabled another dish to be stacked on it in the saggar...
This is a horse cover in Edo period. It is very cotton of wonderful tsutsugaki.
The touch of cotton is very nice.
The wave and the motif of the family crest are very impressive with the rabbit. There is a little small hole. However, the state is very good. This is the one in the Tohoku region. size:127cm50" x 57cm/22.4"
This is Yuage used in the Izumo district for Edo period. This is dyed with a natural indigo plant. As for this, cotton is spun by hand and is thick. There is a hole in two places, but this is repaired. A part dyed with rouge has some stains, but does not stand out.
Size 97cm x 65cm (38.1 "x 25.5")
This is a horse cover(umakake) in Edo period. It is very cotton of wonderful tsutsugaki. This is the one in the Tohoku region.
The touch of cotton is very nice.
The motif of the peony and the family crest is very impressive with the lion. There is a little small hole. However, the state is very good.
size:173cm/68.1" x 60cm/23.6"
Japanese Kesa, Buddhist priests' robe, "ro" summer silk. 44 1/2" x 77", the color changed evenly to a tannned tone. There are some stains in the front and back, and the handle and the folding lines in the back are soiled.
This is Edo yosegire Patchwork itajime katazome chirimen-silk kimono in Edo period(1603-1868). This is very beautiful yosegire kimono. In the skirt part of the lining, it is cotton and there is damage. There is a little, thin stain. However, it is not remarkable. I recommend this for your collection.
size:134cm x 125cm(52.8" x 49.2")