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All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bottles : Contemporary item #1371922
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$200.00
Listed Price $250.00
Ceramic tokkuri - sake bottle - with sturdy body and cup mouth. Shino ware with dark body and free potting - one can feel spiral lines on the body left by fingers of the potter and see a beautiful spiral line on the bottom. Orange and gray Shino glaze with swirling lines, wonderful sense of energy to the piece. Made by American potter Robert Fornell (resided in Japan 1988-1996) marked with his seal on the foot. Great object in Japanese taste, in excellent condition. Height 5 3/8 inches.
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bottles : Contemporary item #1371921
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$200.00
Listed Price $250.00
Ceramic tokkuri - sake bottle - with sturdy body and cup mouth. Shino ware with dark body and wonderful free potting - one can feel spiral lines on the body left by fingers of the potter and see a beautiful spiral line on the bottom. Orange and gray Shino glaze with swirling lines, wonderful sense of energy to the piece. Made by American potter Robert Fornell (resided in Japan 1988-1996) marked with his seal on the foot. Great object in Japanese taste, in excellent condition. Height 5 1/4 inches...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bottles : Contemporary item #1371920
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$128.00
Listed Price $160.00
Ceramic tokkuri - sake bottle - with flattened oval body and cup mouth. Rust color body and wonderful free potting - one can feel spiral lines on the body left by fingers of the potter. Gray Shino glaze with areas of deeper color, beautiful crackling to the glaze, wonderful sense of energy to the piece. Made by American potter Robert Fornell (resided in Japan 1988-1996) marked with his seal on the foot. Great object in Japanese taste, in excellent condition. Height 5 3/4 inches.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Netsuke and Related : Pre 1900 item #1380514
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$236.00
Listed Price $295.00
Very unusual 19th century metal ojime (slide bead for tightening the cord going from netsuke to inro) in a shape of tokkuri (sake bottle) inside a wooden box, just the way sake is served in traditional restaurants in Japan. Very clever design in Japanese wabi-sabi taste, beautiful crisp work - see the texture of the box. Bronze with excellent gilding, great patina. Height 9/16 inches.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Earthenware : Pre 1910 item #1429642
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$100.00
Listed Price $125.00
1900s (Late Meiji) Japanese ceramic tokkuri - sake bottle - with squareish body and enamel decoration of 2 clusters of paulownia leaves with flowers done in different colors, and smaller elements scattered around. Very probably represents a samurai family crest. Kyoto ware with tan body and fine beautifully crackled glaze resembling Satsuma. Excellent quality painting with various colors and golden enamel. Signed SHUNZAN with red enamel on the bottom. Height 5 1/2 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1940 item #1443889
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$100.00
Listed Price $125.00
1930s porcelain tokkuri - sake bottle - of classic shape with enameled decoration of 2 different views of Mount Fuji with huts, trees, streams and torii gates. Beautiful brocade pattern decoration around the neck. Excellent quality painting in Kutani palette with subtle color washes. Signed KUTANI SEI (made at Kutani) in red enamel on the bottom, overall in excellent condition. Height 6 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1930 item #1438888
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$72.00
Listed Price $90.00
1920s Japanese ceramic tokkuri - sake bottle - with body pinched on 3 sides, one indent containing a low relief figure of standing Hotei (one of the 7 Gods of Good Luck and incarnation of Maitreya - the Buddha of the future). The piece was made at Bizen kilns, characteristic brown clay body, beautiful patina. Clever design, very pleasant to hold, in excellent condition. Height 7 1/8 inches.
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1427099
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$360.00
Listed Price $450.00
Ceramic chawan (tea bowl) for tea ceremony with sides gently sloping inside and enso circle shape foot. Nezumi Shino glaze with splashes giving a perfect impression of Mount Fuji partially obscured by clouds, superb play of colors in the glaze. Dark clay body and wonderful free potting, superb sense of energy to the piece. Made by American potter Robert Fornell (resided in Japan 1988-1996) inscribed with his monogram on the bottom. Great object in Japanese taste, in excellent condition. Maximum ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Netsuke and Related : Pre 1900 item #1436180
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$100.00
Listed Price $125.00
19th century staghorn ojime (slide bead for tightening the cord going from netsuke to inro) in a shape of tokkuri - a sake bottle - decorated on the outside with lacquered grasses. Very pleasant carving, beautiful warm patina. Height 1 1/8 inches.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1940 item #1438889
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$52.00
Listed Price $65.00
Early Showa period (1930s) Aki-Shino (red Shino) ware ceramic sake cup. 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. Beautiful rich glaze with wonderful play of colors ranging from red to brown to gray. Wonderful potting, the foot shows stoneware body, in great condition. Diameter 2 1/2 inches, height 1 13/16 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 : Netsuke and Related : Pre 1910 item #1414517
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$120.00
Listed Price $150.00
Late Meiji period (1890s -1912) wooden okimono of a seated tanuki (badger) with its enormous belly, an inscribed sake bottle in one paw, an accounting book in the other. In Japanese folklore tanuki is a notorious trickster: it drums with his paws on its large belly (tanuki no hara tsuzumi), imitating the sounding of gongs in temples and inns, and leading tired travelers astray in the darkness. Judging by the book in its paw, this time tanuki acts as a sake vendor. Skillfully carved out of chosen...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1930 item #1445440
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$100.00
Listed Price $125.00
1920s (late Taisho) Japanese ceramic Shino ware chawan (tea bowl) for tea ceremony with shallow incised depiction of stylized flowers. Shino ware originated in the 16th century in Mino Province, in present-day Gifu Prefecture, it is usually stoneware. Mesmerizing rhythm to the parallel lines on the body, the bottom shows fine red clay body, inscribed with the potter’s name by the foot, superb Shino crackled cream and grey glaze, in great condition. Comes with kiriwood box (not sure if it is t...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1920 item #1427100
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$200.00
Listed Price $250.00
1900-1920s (late Meiji - early Taisho) Japanese ceramic Shigaraki ware chawan (tea bowl) for tea ceremony with underglaze decoration of branches with apricot flowers. 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, beautiful potting with a spiral line on the bottom of the bowl showing the way potter finished turning the piece. Wonderful quality free painting, beautifully Shino...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1920 item #1427080
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$100.00
Listed Price $125.00
1900-1920s (late Meiji - early Taisho) Japanese ceramic tea ceremony kashiki (dish for holding sweets served along with the tea) modeled in modified lozenge shape. Shino ware with stoneware body and thick glaze with a texture of small holes originated in the 16th century in Mino Province (present-day Gifu Prefecture) and has been popular ever since. Wonderful free potting, elegant grey nezumi (“mouse”) glaze with underglaze iron painting of a long leaf and tendrils with smaller leaves, beau...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Netsuke and Related : Pre 1900 item #1406324
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$396.00
Listed Price $495.00
19th century netsuke in manju (rice cake) form carved in raised relief with a huge sake jar and a shojo leaning on its elbows as it reads a book, the back with a sunken relief carving of a ladle and a sake cup. Shojo are mythical creatures living near the sea, and are particularly fond of sake. Excellent face and lines of the robe, finely incised textile patterns and dripping glaze lines on the jar. Two parts fit perfectly, marked on the inside with 4 characters in ink, beautiful patina, darker ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1421465
Dmitry Levit Asian Art
$76.00
Listed Price $95.00
19th century/Meiji period Japanese porcelain sake cup with underglaze blue decoration of four different ancient Chinese bronze incense burners/braziers. Kyoto work with delicate potting and beautiful bubbly glaze. Wonderful quality freehand painting, in perfect condition. Underglaze blue Dohachi mark on the bottom - the cup was made by Takahashi Dohachi IV (1845-1897). Height 1 5/8 inches, diameter 2 3/16 inches.
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.