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All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1970 item #1367384 (stock #1098)
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$85.00
A stoneware kyusu (side-handled teapot), in the manner of Edo period master and co-founder of the Rimpa design school, Ogata Kenzan. This large teapot is decorated with a white slip over the stoneware body, and brouadly painted stylised autumnal red maple leaves with the veins picked out in gilding, and with rich iron brown glaze details to the mouthrim, handle, spout and handle tip. Mark: Painted running script “sei” in iron brown to the spout for Rokubei VI. Origin: Kyoto, Japan...
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1970 item #1367278 (stock #1097)
Ceramics from Japan
$95.00
A stoneware kogo with hakeme (Korean mid Choson dynasty style white slip) decorated kogo (incense container for the tea ceremony), by Rokubei VI. It is in the form of a bale of rice, and exhibits a strong wabi sabi character. Mark: Impressed running script style “sei” to the base. Origin: Kyoto, Japan. Period: Showa Period, circa 1950s. Size: 3.75cm high, 5.5cm wide. Condition: fine.
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1980 item #1365419 (stock #1079)
Ceramics from Japan
$175.00
Kimura Toho (1927-2011), a Bizen monkey mask kogo. A Bizen ware kogo for storing incense for the tea ceremony, very finely modelled in the form of a monkey mask atop a drum, by Kimura Toho of the Kimura lineage, one of the six oldest lineages of Bizen potters. Original tomobako. Mark: Impressed circular seal of Kimura Toho to the base. Origin: Bizen, Japan. Period: Second half 20th century. Size: 5.5cm high, 6.3cm wide. Condition: fine
All Items : Vintage Arts : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1980 item #1365418 (stock #1078)
Ceramics from Japan
$85.00
Shunpo Inoue, a fine kogo with kirimon. A fine Kyoto porcelain kogo decorated in underglaze blue to the top of the lid with a kirimon (paulownia mon), with stylised foliage lappet border to the circumference of the base. The kirimon is traditionally symbolic of the Empress of Japan, and also the Japanese government post Edo Period. Mark: four character mark “Heian Shunpo” in underglaze blue to the underside of the lid. Origin: Kyoto, Japan...