Japanese ceramics CERAMICS FROM JAPAN
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1364911 (stock #1060)
Ceramics from Japan
$195.00
Takahashi Dohachi (Kachutei), a kinrande guinomi with cranes. A beautiful little guinomi (sake cup) with kinrande style iron red and gold decoration to the exterior of cranes in flight amongst clouds and auspicious symbols, and an auspicious character in underglaze blue to the interior, by one of the members of the Takahashi Dohachi lineage. Mark: six character mark “Kachutei Dohachi Zo” in underglaze blue to the base. Origin: Kyoto, Japan. Period: 19th Century...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1900 item #1364912 (stock #1061)
Ceramics from Japan
$195.00
A shino glaze chawan with thick lustrous iron glaze around the mouth. Tomobako but not original. Mark: impressed rectangular mark to the base next to the footrim, but untranslated. Origin: Kyoto or Seto, Japan. Period: Meiji Period (1868 – 1912). Size: 7.5cm high, 13cm wide. Condition: Fine.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1364913 (stock #1062)
Ceramics from Japan
$155.00
A beautiful pair of fine Hirado blue and white porcelain covered bowls decorated all over with birds sitting in flowering tree branches. Provenance: This pair of bowls was exhibited in the exhibition “The Japanese Aesthetic” organised by the Ceramic and Glass Circle of Victoria, in 2006 and 2007. Mark: four character mark “Hirado Kasho” to the base of the bowl and top of the lid in underglaze blue. Origin: Hirado kilns, Japan. Period: Meiji Period, circa late 19th Century...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #1364914 (stock #1063)
Ceramics from Japan
$395.00
A fine Hirado porcelain kashiki bowl very finely decorated in underglaze blue with boys chasing butterflies under pine trees. This motif became a favorite of Hirado potters from the 18th century, and in fact has its origin in porcelain produced in Jingdezhen for China’s court during the Wanli Period in the 17th century. Provenance: This bowl was exhibited in the exhibition “The Japanese Aesthetic” organised by the Ceramic and Glass Circle of Victoria, in 2006 and 2007...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #1365046 (stock #1066)
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$1.00
Ito Tozan I (1846-1920), a fine kyoyaki dish with bamboo. A Kyoto Satsuma stoneware plate decorated with bamboo in overglaze gosu blue enamel bordered in black in Ito Tozan I’s strong graphic style, against the classic creamy crackled kyoyaki glaze. Ito Tozan I was the last of only five potters to be appointed as Teishitsu Gigeiin (Imperial Household Artist) in 1917, three years before his death. Mark: three character “Tozan zo” in black enamel to the base. Origin: Kyoto, Japan...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #1365047 (stock #1067)
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$1.00
Ito Tozan I (1846-1920), a fine kyoyaki dish with wheat heads. A Kyoto Satsuma stoneware dish decorated with fat wheat heads in overglaze green enamels and iron red in Ito Tozan I’s strong graphic style, against the classic creamy crackled kyoyaki glaze. Ito Tozan I was the last of only five potters to be appointed as Teishitsu Gigeiin (Imperial Household Artist) in 1917, three years before his death. Mark: impressed round two character “Tozan” mark to the base. Origin: Kyoto, Japan...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1920 item #1365048 (stock #1068)
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$1.00
Ito Tozan I (1846-1920), a fine kyoyaki dish with taro foliage and flowers. A Kyoto Satsuma stoneware dish beautifully and sensitively decorated with taro leaves and pink flowers in overglaze blue, pink and green enamels, the blue bordered in black. The plate is decorated in Ito Tozan I’s strong graphic style, against the classic creamy crackled kyoyaki glaze...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Okimono : Pre 1900 item #1365175 (stock #1069)
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$575.00
Takahashi Dohachi, (attr. III), a pair of okimono of Kanzan and Jittoku. A porcelain group of legendary figures from China’s Tang Dynasty, Hanshan and Shide (in Japanese, Kanzan and Jittoku), by famous Kyoto pottery lineage Takahashi Dohachi. The pair’s clothing is decorated in underglaze blue with auspicious vegetal motifs including banana foliage, magnolia, bamboo, finger citron, orchid, peach, plum blossom and pomegranate...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1365176 (stock #1070)
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$375.00
A striking double gourd vase with bamboo, Koransha. A fascinating vase showing s stylistic connection with the famed Aesthetic Movement designs of Dr Christopher Dresser of England. It’s in the form of a double gourd, with a naturalistic painting of bamboo outlined in gold, against a rich yellow enamel ground, with a geometric collar around the waist in iron red and gold, by one of the premiere Arita manufacturers of the Meiji Period, Koransha, during the early years of its founding...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1365177 (stock #1071)
Ceramics from Japan
$375.00
A delicate vase with peonies, by Koransha. An exceptional quality small porcelain vase decorated with peonies in gold against an iron red ground, with a subtle lavender and turqoise enamel lappet border to the footrim, by one of the premiere Arita manufacturers of the Meiji Period, Koransha. In terms of gilding and enamelling, this vase is one of the highest quality pieces we have seen by Koransha. Mark: hand painted orchid mark for Koransha in underglaze blue to the base...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #1365178 (stock #1073)
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$175.00
A porcelain vase decorated with deer, rock, flowers, bats and clouds in coloured enamels with underglaze blue and gold, by leading Arita manufacturer Seiji Kaisha. Mark: hand painted mark for Seiji Kaisha in iron red to the base. Origin: Arita, Japan. Period: Meiji Period, circa late 19th Century. Size: 13.8cm high, 7.6cm diameter. Condition: fine
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1900 item #1365275 (stock #1074)
Ceramics from Japan
$295.00
Kiyomizu Rokubei IV (1848-1920), an iron brown decorated serving platter...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1910 item #1365276 (stock #1075)
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$195.00
Kiyomizu Rokubei IV (1848-1920), a guinomi. A small but powerful guinomi (sake cup) decorated with a thick pink and cream crackle glaze reminiscent of Korean style hakeme brushed slip, and what appears to be a whip, in iron brown to the side, and incorporated as a decorative feature, Rokubei IV’s large seal mark to the reverse of the cup. Original tomobako. Mark: Hexagonal impressed mark “sei” to the side. Origin: Kyoto, Japan. Period: Meiji Period, circa late 19th to early 20th Centur...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Stoneware : Pre 1900 item #1365504 (stock #1081)
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$275.00
A striking Bizen stoneware tokkuri (sake flask) with rare incised geometric decoration of rectangles within rectangles. The surface undulates with scenery composed of different colours and textures and effects, some accidental and some intended, ranging from matte deep brown to a rich shiny deep brick red. It feels wonderfully tactile in the hands, a pleasure to pour sake from. Mark: Single character impressed “dai” mark within a rectangle to the base. Origin: Bizen, Japan. Period: Late E...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1900 item #1365506 (stock #1082)
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$495.00
A beautiful and unusually shaped Bizen mizusashi (cold water container for the tea ceremony) with a hexagonal mouth and fitted black lacquer lid. There is a leaf and vegetal vine motif to the front, and much textural scenery all over, composed of different colours and effects, some accidental and some intended, the base colour a rich deep red, and including special effects of hidasuki lines and goma sesame coloured glaze spots. And the whole mizusashi covered with a patina that can only come fro...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Folk Art : Pre 1900 item #1365507 (stock #1083)
Ceramics from Japan
$195.00
A Bizen stoneware tokkuri (sake flask) with incised decoration of bamboo to two panels, one inscribed. The surface undulates with scenery composed of different colours and textures and effects, some accidental and some intended, ranging from matte deep brown to a rich shiny deep brick red, and including interesting diagonal hidasuki lines, which evoke rain falling on the bamboo. It feels wonderfully tactile in the hands, a pleasure to pour sake from. Mark: Single character impressed “dai” m...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1900 item #1365801 (stock #1084)
Ceramics from Japan
$475.00
Takahashi Dohachi V (1869-1914) and Tanomura Chokunyu (1814-1907), a set of five inscribed gyokudo sencha cups with willow and boats. A complete set of five gyokudo sencha porcelain cups potted by Dohachi V and painted in blue and white with a charming nanga (Chinese style) scene of a man fishing in a small boat and inscribed with calligraphy by famous nanga painter and literatus Tanomura Chokunyu. As well as the cobalt blue, there is a seal in Shoenji pink to the side of each cup at the end of ...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1900 item #1365805 (stock #1086)
Ceramics from Japan
$155.00
A pair of lobed rim porcelain dishes each decorated with a writhing dragon chasing a flaming pearl amidst clouds in cobalt blue, and overglaze green, yellow, red and aubergine, by Takahashi Dohachi, probably the fourth or fifth generation. Mark: “Kachutei Dohachi zo” in underglaze blue to the base. Origin: Kyoto, Japan. Period: late Meiji Period. Size: 15.3cm diameter, 3cm high. Condition: one dish with a small amount of flaking to the yellow enamel to one section of the dragon’s bell...