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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1920 item #1444203 (stock #K84)
Japanese Makie Lacquer Ware with Lobster Motif

Size: Made in Japan

Materials: Made of Wood Condition: very good for its age

This bowl is made of lacquer, with a very nice exotic lobster design, a very nice makie techniques applied on the bowl. This bowl is high quality and thicker kind. You can use this for soup or just to decorate your house in adding some Asian accents.

One of the most popular and loved art in Japan is the lacquering arts. They have applied different t...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1445444
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$316.00
Listed Price $395.00
Very unusual late 19th century Japanese lacquer small table screen decorated on both sides with tsuba (Japanese sword guards). Excellent clever work with different lacquer colors and textures imitating rusting iron and cleaner silvery surfaces of different tsuba. Beautiful carved textured surface of the rest of the screen with lower layer of red lacquer and upper layer of tan colored one. Wonderful patina, in excellent condition. Height 6 7/8 inches (17.5 cm), maximum length 10 inches (25 cm).
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$32.00
Listed Price $40.00
Early Showa (1930s) Japanese lacquer obidome (sash ornament) made out of layered lacquer slab with it sides sloping at an angle, so numerous multicolor layers can be seen. Obidome is worn on an obi cord that holds the obi sash together, is the only type of jewelry worn by Japanese women on formal occasions, and could serve as netsuke as well. Clever design, wonderful quality work, very pleasant finish, two metal loops on the back for an obi cord. Length 1 11/16 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1980 item #1413224
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$88.00
Listed Price $110.00
Japanese bamboo chashaku (tea scoop used for powdered tea during tea ceremony) of simple elegant shape with gold on black lacquer decoration of delicate rice plants with grains and leaves. Superb quality wajima-nuri work - a type of Japanese lacquerware from Wajima, Ishikawa, its main distinguishing feature being the durable undercoating of multiple layers of urushi mixed with powdered diatomaceous earth (ji-no-ko). Comes with wrapping cloth in original box with cord for securing the lid, must b...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Netsuke and Related : Pre 1900 item #1384753
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$360.00
Listed Price $450.00
19th century small black and red Japanese lacquer 4-compartment inro with two different carved scenes of two scholars in discussion under rocks (one with waterfall cascading off it) with bamboo gracefully growing on their surfaces. Top and bottom are carved differently with peony branches with leaves and buds. Elegant dignified design, very clever and striking use of red lacquer for figures, bamboo and and some peony details. Old silk cord, in excellent condition, no cracks or losses. Height 2 ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1900 item #1439738
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$260.00
Listed Price $325.00
Rather unusual 19th century Japanese lacquer kogo (box for incense during tea ceremony) decorated both on the top and the bottom with medium relief chrysanthemum flowers and scrolling vines, all on a keyfret ground. Cinnabar lacquer on the inside, black on the inside (some irregularities to the black as can be seen on photos), beautiful accumulation in compressed dust in crevices, great patina. Recessed bottom has Japanese characters FUKU (happiness) and JU (longevity) on it. An identical kogo w...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Devotional Objects : Pre 1837 VR item #1266540
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$300.00
Listed Price $375.00
Late 18th to early 19th century Japanese lacquered wood Boddhisattva with his hands in praying attitude, mounted on burlwood plaque. Wonderful beatific face, quiet dignity in its posture, old nicks here and there, overall in great condition for a 200 year old piece. very pleasant patina. Newer burl board with beautiful texture resembling dense swirling clouds, nice metal fitting for hanging. Good devotional or decorative object. Board height 6 7/8 inches, figure height 3.5 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1970 item #1266664
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$140.00
Listed Price $175.00
Small Japanese Kyotoyaki (Kyoto ware) ceramic teapot with cover. The body is painted with enamels on 2 sides with various grasses and flowers. No chips, cracks or repairs. Excellent quality decoration in Japanese taste, lower part and cover fired beautiful pink color, superb finely crackled glaze. Stamped with a potter’s mark by the foot and signed and stamped on the original wooden box by the potter WAZEN KITAMURA, blue wrapping cloth. Total length of the teapot with handle and spout 4 5/16 i...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1900 item #1443993
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$140.00
Listed Price $175.00
19th century Japanese ceramic Shigaraki ware chawan (tea bowl) with celadon color glaze. Shigaraki is one of the six ancient kilns of Japan with long history dating back to the medieval period. Typical Shigaraki coarse clay body with large sand particles, elegant conical shape, beautiful potting with a sublime Japanese touch of a finger print of the potter with identifiable friction ridges (located on unglazed portion of the side by white spots on the left of Enlargement 1). Wonderful subtle gl...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Swords and Related : Pre 1837 VR item #1419847
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$360.00
Listed Price $450.00
Pair of early 19th century Japanese sword menuki depicting lobsters on a bed of sea weeds. One menuki has Daikoku mallet on top (stands for wealth), and the other a character meaning long life. Excellent work with great detailing - see various textures of the shells. Bronze with coppery patina, gilded water drops on the sea weeds, overall in great condition. Length 1 9/16 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1970 item #1449162
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$160.00
Listed Price $200.00
Japanese tea ceremony ceramic Shino ware chawan (tea bowl) with superb namako (sea cucumber”) glaze. Shino ware originated in the ancient Japanese province of Mino (Gifu prefecture) in the 16th century, and were the first high fired ceramics in Japan. They are usually tea ceremony items, and were not made for export. Wonderful free potting, bottom showing cream colored stoneware body and spiral lines left by potter’s fingers in the center. Extraordinary rich multicolored glaze pooling into b...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Swords and Related : Pre 1900 item #1427484
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$420.00
Listed Price $525.00
19th century Japanese kozuka (sword knife) handle depicting a lobster and some fishing implements including a straw raincoat and a woven ring. Clever design of the terminus as a curled lobster, superb crisp work - see the fine differentiated textures of the crustacean’s body, ring and long strands of the coat. Signed on the back MITSUYOSHI (alternative reading is KOKO) followed by kakihan (carved monogram) of the artist Gilding, finely textured ground called nanako, which means “fish-eggs”...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1940 item #1405188
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$88.00
Listed Price $110.00
Early Showa period (1930s) Japanese kogo (box for incense during tea ceremony) of turned wood, the top lacquered black, the bottom red. Superbly elegant object in Japanese taste with overwhelming simplicity, two parts fit perfectly, beautiful surfaces, in excellent condition. Diameter 2 3/8 inches.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1920 item #1413268
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$156.00
Listed Price $195.00
Late Meiji (1880s-1910s) Japanese pottery Oribe ware chaire (tea caddy for storing powdered green tea used in tea ceremony) with handle. Characteristic rich green glaze, underglaze brown painting of pine saplings, wonderful crackled glaze. Oribe ware (named after Furuta Oribe - a famous 16th century tea master) was produced in Mino and Seto kilns: it is particularly Japanese in taste and was never made for export. The foot shows stoneware body with concentric lines, stamped with the seal of the ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Netsuke and Related : Pre 1900 item #1366611
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$32.00
Listed Price $40.00
19th century ojime (slide bead for tightening the cord going from netsuke to inro) made out of a section of a spotted bamboo stem, cuts are lacquered with gold lacquer. Elegant clever design in Japanese taste, beautiful patina. Height 9/16 inches.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Netsuke and Related : Pre 1900 item #1444911
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$180.00
Listed Price $225.00
19th century lacquer ojime (slide bead for tightening the cord going from netsuke to inro) of ball shape carved in medium relief with continuous design of blooming irises among marsh grasses. Superb quality tsuikoku (carved black lacquer), excellent design, beautiful patina. Height 11/16 inches.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Netsuke and Related : Pre 1900 item #1444913
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$180.00
Listed Price $225.00
19th century lacquer ojime (slide bead for tightening the cord going from netsuke to inro) with low relief carving of a scholar seated in a cart, which is being pushed by his attendant through the garden, all on elaborate brocade ground. Superb quality tsuishu lacquer, excellent design, beautiful patina. Height 11/16 inches.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Stoneware : Pre 1700 item #1241283
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$120.00
Listed Price $150.00
17th century small Chinese white stoneware jar with underglaze blue painting. The jar comes from an old Japanese collection, this type of stoneware is known as Swatow ware, but more correctly named as Zhangzhou ware from Fujian province. Beautiful glaze with fine crackle, central register with excellent free painting of blooming flowers in reserves with stylized waves in between. Pendant leaves around its mouth, old Japanese lacquer repair to the mouth. Very strong piece, has wonderful presence....
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Netsuke and Related : Pre 1900 item #1449176
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$396.00
Listed Price $495.00
19th century Japanese wooden two part kiseruzutsu - tobacco pipe holder - with carved lacquer decoration of peacock and peahen by rocks and blooming peonies, all under pine trees with mist. Carved pine tree design continues on the cover. Golded bronze edge with loop by the top serves for hanging. Superb sharp work, in great condition, total length with cover 8 1/2 inches.