Sake cup, made and distributed in connection with the 1970 World Exposition which took place in Osaka, Japan. Solid 24 carat gold plate, decorated at the centre in high relief with the Expo’s emblem, five circles arranged around a central dot, and with the inscription ‘EXPO ‘70’. Signed at bottom: MMS CO 24K GP. Very small surface scratches (see pictures), otherwise original condition...
Japanese Contemporary Hanakago, a wall hanging bamboo basket made for Ikebana, the art of flower arranging, titled “Mt. Fuji Shaped Basket”, by the acclaimed Osaka basket artist Suemura Shobun (1917-2000)...
Set of five circular black and red dishes, top surface of black lacquer, underside of red lacquer. The wood at the underside decorated with a concentric circle, the wood-grain still visible through the coat of red lacquer. Japan, later 20th century.
Diameter 5 in. (12.8 cm)
In fitted cardboard box, 2 1/8” (H) x 5 5/8” x 5 5/8” (5.5 x 14.2 x 14.2 cm), printed label on the lid reads: NAKANISHI shitsugei (lacquer art, referring to the red and black lacquer)...
Lobed dish. Porcelain with beautiful white glaze, painted in red, blue, grey, pale yellow and green overglaze enamels with a spray of flowering pinks (nadeshiko).
Three thin red lines around the foot ring. Signed at the bottom in underglaze blue KAKIEMON. Perfect condition. Diameter 4 ¼ in. (11 cm), height 7/8 in. (2.2 cm).
In fitted wooden box (tomobako), 2 ¼ x 5 ¼ x 51/4 in. (5.8 x 13.5 x 13.5 cm)...
Set of three black lacquer sake cups, undecorated. Wood base, flawlessly smoothed and lacquered. Signed with an unread red lacquer seal at the bottom of the largest cup. Japan, 20th century (ca. 1990).
Sizes: largest - H 1 15/16 in. (5.1 cm), diameter 3 ¾ in. (9.7 cm); middle -
H 1 5/8 in. (4.3 cm), diameter 3 9/16 in. (9.1 cm); small - H 15/16 in. (3.7 cm), diameter3 3/8 in. (8.7 cm).
These pieces are located in Europe (EC).
The frame size: 16 1/16" Long x 12 1/2" High
The etching image size without little margin : 9 3/4" Long x 7" High
The title: Gokurakuji-temple
Artist: Norikane Hiroto (1949-)
Medium: Original Etching
Signed by artist: Lower right in pencil, H. Norikane
Edition Numbered : 114/150 in pencil lower left
The year made: 1988
The condition frame and Etching: Excellent.
We supply our COA (certificate of authenticity)...
This is lovely Japanese cloisonné enamel screen 12.3/4 in diameter
7.1/2 in height is in very good condition
Only one panel’s joint has little bit open otherwise no hair line chip or repair.
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FOUR MONKEY FACES MOLD
Metal mold made of iron and bronze for making the monkey faces of soft vinyl doll. Showa period, 20th century, Japan. approx...
Circular black lacquer dish with applied white-gold foil decoration, all surfaces of black lacquer. Applied at the center with a square of white-gold foil, painted in black lacquer with stylized waves. Traces of white-gold brushed into the wood grain. Unsigned. Japan, 20th century (ca. 1990).
Diameter 6 9/16 in. (16.8 cm).
This piece is located in Europe (EC).
Set of 5 Japanese deep red lacquer plates decorated with three gold foil squares (ichimatsu-e). Japan, ca. 1990.
Diameter: 6 ¾ in. (17.5 cm); height: ¾ in. (2 cm).
In fitted wooden box, inscribed on the lid in black script Meimei sara 5, ichimatsu-e (5 plates with chequered pattern), and with circular red seal imprint inside lid of box.
Size of box 17 3/8 x 17 3/8 x 3 9/16 in...
This is a Japanese Lacquer KABUKI TENGU MASK, Signed, from Japan, possibly mid 20th Century. It measures about 6 3/4" X 4 1/4" X 11" ( 17.2 cm X 10.8 cm X 28.1 cm ). The mask is orange with golden hair and eyes, and black eyebrows and teeth. The back of the mask is black and has red Japanese writing. The mask has a layer of gesso that was applied underneath the lacquer paint.
Three bamboo cages made by fishermen in Japan to harvest shrimp are wonderful examples of the Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi. Organic forms, simplicity and imperfections render these humble objects beautiful and timeless...
Set of 5 Japanese deep red lacquer plates with gold-net decoration, rim and bootom outside lacquered black. Fine quality wood and lacquer dishes, each painted individually with a net pattern in gold lacquer. Made 1988-04-10, by Ozawa Risuke, Aizu.
Diameter 5.3 in. (13.3 cm), height 0.5 in. (1.5 cm).
Very slightly rubbed in some places, otherwise perfect condition.
Piece located in Europe.
TWO SAMPLE BOOKS OF KIMONO FABRIC
Two sample books from kimono weaving studio, with each 26 and 23 kinds of various fabrics and its following sample note of each color composition and each weaving. 1984, Japan. approx. 30 x 23.5cm (11.81 x 9.25in). 56 pp...
Contemporary abstract calligraphy, Japan. "Sumijiku" as literally 'Inked scroll' arranged by me, since it was restrained as not good mounting originally. Protective wooden box is attached as another arrangement by me as well.
approx. 120 x 31.5cm (47.24 x 12.40in)
selected and arranged by titcoRet
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Japanese Shigaraki ware bowl as a recent studio work.
Also practically aesthetic landscape with the palm of a hand.
approx. D 14cm (5.51in), H 7cm (2.75in)
selected by Jinta
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12 SAMPLES OF JAPANESE HAIR ORNAMENT
Various traditional pattern of hair ornament for Japanese women, made of 'washi' Japanese paper, Showa period, 20th century. Some aged deterioration as is, with rips and stains. approx. H 28-30cm (11.02-11.81in)
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The basket lacquered with dark brown lacquer.
The basket, woven of natural split bamboo and vines, contains a removable hexagonal flat plate covered on one side with gold leaf and scattered with dark green, brown and black lacquer squares. The glossy gold surface is protected by transparent lacquer. For a different effect the reverse side of the hexagonal plate can be used, it being painted in a rustic style with reddish brown lacquer over a brushed wood ground. Later part of 20th century.