Up on offer is this white and wonderful large Qing Dynasty Porcelain Guanyin. Wearing a long robe, leaning left hand on a beast stand, marked on the back the master's name He Chaozong.
It is in good condition with only some traces of its age. No chips, no cracks.
Size: 12,5'' in height!! weight 2,6 kgShipping included
Here is a fascinating Oribe Chawan (tea bowl) made by Koie Ryoji, one of the best internationally known contemporary Japanese potters. It is another embodiment of the artist’s spirit, with a shape that remains free and moving, rough, unique and dynamic. Its colors and its rawness is reminiscent of a wild landscape. As with many works by the famous artist, this piece’s dynamism conveys pure energy and raw strength. Through its shiny glaze, rough texture and primitive markings, one gets t...
Extraordinary and more than one hundred year old water jar Mizusashi. It is signed by an unknown artist on the bottom.
This Bizen ware Mizusashi has a breathtaking shape and very good yellowish natural glaze called Goma. Great!
Mizusashi are containers of fresh water for replenishing the pot and rinsing bowls in the tea ceremony.
No chips or cracks, heavy weight 2,2 kg. Size: 5.5'' height, 7.92'' width.Shipping included
Meiji Era (around 1910) Samurai Tea Bowl with fantastic painting, marked on the bottom 'Heian'.
White porcelain from Kyo ware is coated with vivid silver glaze and a handpainting of ocean, clouds and a kabuto (a Japanese amor samurai helmet).
Kabuto is a type of helmet first used by ancient Japanese warriors, and in later periods, they became an important part of the traditional Japanese armour worn by the samurai class and their retainers in feudal Japan.
No words to describe this incredible large vase by Koyama Kiyoko,signed on the base and enclosed in the original signed and stamped wooden box.
Kiyoko b.1936 started as a painter who drew designs on pottery. Today, she is considered one of the leading Shigaraki potters both nationally and internationally. Kiyoko was the subject of the feature film Days of Fire (Hibi) - please watch a video on the homepage of Momoyama Gallery - and is the pioneering female wood firing artist in Japa...
A rare and vivid Imari ware porcelain tea pot, made around 1850 in the famous Hichozan Kiln. Hichozan was a trade name used by the group of Arita kilns & makers mainly for export during the late Edo to the Meiji period in the 19th century. Their works are hold in museums and from collectors worldwide.
A Fu lion is hand-painted on the body. The signatures of "Hichozan" and the potters name are written on the bottom.
No chips, no cracks, just great.
We can offer you a rare and wonderful chinese zisha pottery teapot made by world famous Zhou Guizhen.
The Tea Pot has a smooth surface, a round body and it is very fine carved with a bamboo shape handle and a bamboo shape spout.
The cover inside and the bottom center is marked with the master name Zhou Gui Zhen.
Size: 7,2'' height x 5 3/8'' bottom diameter.
Please watch a video of the artist on youtube, click youtube.com/watch?v=BZU_PNKIEgQ...
Are you tired of so many unspectacular items on the antique market? Here we present a real spectacular one - only one of a kind, an EARLY Momoyama Bizen hisago vase.
The very heavy body appears to be built from clay coils and then was thrown on a hand wheel, this and the combed decoration point to the Muromachi Period.
The beautiful yellow goma effect of the flying ash is now on the reverse side of the vase - indicating that the slight distortion was incidental and not part o...
Now we are proud to offer you our second Chawan made by famous Toyozo Arakawa. It is colorful and shiny Oribe Chawan in mint condition with no cracks and no repairs.
Size: 5,1 inches x 5,5 inches x 2,8 inches
Toyozo Arakawa (1894-1985) rediscovered the techniques of manufacturing Shino glazes first perfected during the Momoyama and Edo periods. Arakawa also proved that these legendary ceramics originated in his native Mino province (not Seto as previously believed), and ...
We like to present you today an early Edo Period Karatsu Yaki Guinomi (Sake cup) with aesthetic silver repair (kintsugi) made around 1700.
The Guinomi has a hira-gata shape, refering to the Kamakura Period. Fantastic item!
It comes with a tailor made wood box.
Size: 3,8 cm height x 6,1 cm width.
Strong, vivid and colorful Ukiyo-e woodblock print of famous Toyohara Kunichika.
It is titled Nishike-e, Oban tate-e, and it shows an Kabuki theatre actor portrait.
Sign of Toyohara Kunichika hitsu with Toshidama seal from 1865. Great condition with only little traces of use.
Toyohara Kunichika (30 June 1835 – 1 July 1900) was a Japanese woodblock print artist. Talented as a child, at about thirteen he became a student of Tokyo's then-leading print maker, Ut...
Are you looking for something delicate and special - than feel free to enjoy this unique flower vase with a poem of Japans most famous poet Otagaki Rengetsu written on it.
This is a 120 year old vase made of Tanba ware. It is signed on the bottom by the artist. I was unable to identify his name.
For a Meiji Period piece of art the vase has a distinctive form and a brilliant atmosphere.
Otagaki Rengetsu (1791 – 1875) was a Buddhist nun who is widely regarded ...
We kindly like to offer you a fantastic Chinese Zisha Tea Pot of Yixing clay, made by famous Bao Zhiqiang.
It has an artistic form, rare to find and it is marked with 'BAO ZHIQIANG'.
Yixing clay (traditional Chinese: pinyin: Yíxīng; Wade–Giles: I-Hsing) is a type of clay from the region near the city of Yixing in Jiangsu province, China. Its use dates back to the Song Dynasty (960 - 1279) when Yixing clay was first mined around Lake Taihu in China. From the 17th...
Tasteful and very fine Japanese Tea Pot of Kutani Yaki with painted lyrics written on it of the No (aka Noh or Nogaku) theatre.
Although it has already an age of more than 100 years its in great condition with no cracks or repairs. You can get a rare and delicate ceramic of the Meiji Period.
A tasteful gift for passionate lovers of the Japanese Culture - ready to use it for a tea ceremony. Don't miss out.
A historical note: together with the closely related ky...
19th century Qing Dynasty Tibeto Chinese Bronze Temple Shakamuni Buddha with fantastic atmosphere.
Good serene expression, rare style, with kanji letters on the back.
No repairs, good condition with little signs of age.
Size: 11,6'' height, 6'' width, 2,09kg weight.Shipping included
From our great collection of Japanese tea pots we offer you a superb Hobin tea pot, made during the Meiji period at the end of the 19th century.
It is slightly deformed, covered with rough Oni Hagi glaze and has fine crackle look with natural kiln cracks. It is signed on the bottom
Great antique condition with no cracks or repairs.
Ready to use.
Size: 3,4'' height, 3,9'' width.Shipping included
We are proud to present you a very rare Korean Irabo Chawan made in the early Edo Period on Japanese order.
This is a Wan shaped tea bowl made of coarse, unrefined clay with a high content of iron oxide. The clay shows impurities and stones - some of them have exploded ('ishihaze'). Over the dark clay a thin, transparent ash glaze has been applied, inside is an aesthetic brush stroke (hake me) in white engobe.
The bowl has a beautiful shape and is well balanced. It has b...
We like to offer you this hand shaped Tanba Chawan with natural glaze cracks. It was made during Meiji Period and is 120 years old.
As shown in the pictures, it's in good condition for its age. The foot of the bottom has a small chip (Please refer to the last picture to check it), but it does not diminish its beauty.
Tanba Ware originated approximately 800 years ago and has played an essential role in people's daily lives, as well as becoming sought after as artwork in r...