Museum piece from the Late Edo Period (could be earlier) from Iga in Mie Prefecture near Shigaraki, another great kiln producing area outside of Kyoto.
If you are a ceramic collector you know, that a piece like this is very, very rare.
Size: 26.5 centimeters in height, diameter 11 centimeters, trunk diameter 12.5 centimeters, 1300 grams in weight.
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Antique and unique Japanese Mingei Sake Bottle (Tokkuri), also usable as a flower vase. It is approx. 100 years old and made of old Shino-Ware.
You will find two amazing images on it, made with iron-oxid. Enjoy sake or beautiful flowers with this antique Mingei Folk Art item.
Mingei (民芸 lit. folk arts or arts of the people), the Japanese folk art movement, was developed in the late 1920s and 1930s in Japan...
We offer a beautiful deformed and heavy Japanese Bizen stoneware tsubo. It has expressive signs and spoils of the pottery making.
The brown colour with a little descent of yellow and orange are giving a smooth warm radiance to the viewer.
It is a unique Tsubo in excellent condition. No repairs, no damage.
It is from the late Edo period, 18-19th century.
Size: approx. 21cm in diameter, 16.5cm in height (8.26in, 6.49in)
Nishiki-e. Oban, tate-e (ca. 24,4 x 35,2 cm).
Mi Brigade, Third Group, Fudanotsuji-ura: Actor Arashi Rikan III as Kaga no Chiyo, from the series Flowers of Edo and Views of
Famous Places (Edo no hana meishô-e)
Japanese, Edo period, 1864 (Bunkyû /Genji 1), 2nd month
Artist Utagawa Kunisada I (Toyokuni III), Japanese, 1786–1864...
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A hand painted piece of art of a plum tree, painted with ink on makuri paper with sign and seal of the artist - late Meiji Period.
I tried to find out the name of the artist, but it is difficult to read. The painting has a real nice and sensitive touch. It is hard to find similar items like this amazing one.
The condition is good - there is only some unimportant wrinkle and stain which gives the artwork that special touch of a unique piece of art.
A Kannon Bosatsu wooden statue from the early Meiji Period (19th century) with rests of its original paint.
It is a unique peace of buddhist art, as it bears on its back a writing with black ink from a Samurai. The charakters mean Saikoku Sanjusansho (The Saigoku Kannon Pilgrimage), made by 'Yasukuni Joza' in the status of Bushi (Samurai) in Bungo area, Oita Prefecture.
There are no similar pieces to find. It is really matchless and singular...
This is a clay figure of "Tenjin", the god of learning and a great and important figure in the history of Japanese culture.
It is obviously from the Mid Edo Period and one of the most impressing pieces of art in our collection with its mysterious and spiritual character.
We offer this Tenjin figure with a wooden stand, which was built by a former owner...
A big Samurai clay doll made of Fushimi clay of the Kyoto area. He is standing proud and strong in the position of drawing a sword.
It is a figure with pleasing and charming signs of time and rests of colours. The Samurai figure dates from the late 19th. century or probably earlier.
Normally all the clay dolls are somehow originated from the Fushimi clay of the Kyoto area...
This very unusual Kyoto ware chawan is decorated in underglaze blue on a buff stoneware body.
The motifs are very odd and present mysterious pictures a poetic calligraphy.
Inside are 5 spur marks indicating that these bowls were stacked inside each other in the kiln. A previous owner has obviously been very attached to the bowl as it has several fine "kintsugi" gold lacquer repairs.
The Teabowl was made in Edo Period at the end of the 18th. century...
Very beautiful antique aka-raku (red raku) chawan (teabowl) with Raku 11th generation Keinyû (1817-1902)'s seal. Early Meiji Era.
Born as a son of Ogawa Naohachi, a sake brewer from Tanba, the present Kameoka City in Kyoto, he was taken into the Raku family as Tannyu's son-in-law. He succeeded as the 11th generation in 1845. He retired in 1871, assuming the name of Keinyu...
SIZE : Width 5.1 in : Length 5.0 in : Height 2.8 in : Weight 360 g + Box 290 g
This is a rare tea bowl of Japanese SETO pottery ware. This was made about 150 years ago during the Meiji Period.
SETO is the pottery of Aichi Prefecture in Japan. It is chosen as one of the oldest 6 pottery called ROKKOYO in Japan. And such a glaze with taste of mud is SETO...
This is a 150 years old tea bowl of Kyoto...
Antique Wooden Buddhist Temple Bell (mokugyo), dating from the end of the Edo Period. 15 x 15 cm.
Handcarved and made of one piece of wood. The Buddhist Mokugyo has a nice sound and symbolizes a japanese carp kingyo. It has been used for more than two hundred years in a Buddhist Temple in Gifu. It was once given as a gift to a member of our family, who was a famous ambassador...
This is Chinese Official General Seal made of Bronze. It is still in good condition and usable.
It dates from the Han-Dynasty ºº³¯ (206 BC ¨C 220 AD). This Dynasty was the Golden Age in Chinese history.
Size approx. 3,5 cm x 2,5 cm
This Tea Bowl (Chawan) in the style of Kenzan is decorated in white slip and underglaze iron.
It is in excellent condition, there is a tiny chip on the lip but no other damage and no repairs. It dates from the late Edo Period.
The Tea Bowl is from the Dikran G. Kelekian Collection.
Kelekian (1868-1951) was a very important dealer and collector, largely in the fields of Islamic and Modern French Art.
He had galleries in Paris and New York and was a major...
We present a Japanese Hanging Scroll of the famous painter Kano Eisenin. This is a real poetic and romantic theme in Japanese culture - Crescent Moon.
Kano Eisenin Michinobu (1730~1790) was the 6th of Kibikicho Kano-ha.
His father is Kano Furunobu, and his son is Kano Korenobu. In 1762 he was given rank of Hogen when he was 33 years old. After he had been given the estate in Kobiki-cho, he got the larger private painting school than other Kano-ha and the students we...
Japanese antique Edo Era Teapot of Oribe ware.
Size 20 centimeters in height, width 16x12.5 centimeters, 570 grams in weight.
Oribe ware (¿—²¿Ÿ† Oribe-yaki) is a type of Japanese pottery most identifiable for its use of green copperglaze and bold painted design. It was the first use of colored stoneware glaze by Japanese potters.
It is one of the Mino styles originating in the late 16th century. It takes its name from tea masterFuruta Oribe (1544¨C1615...
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A spectacular Meiji period Tenmoku Chawan by Eiraku Zengoro decorated in a flamboyant style with precious metals.
A golden pine trunk rises, almost entirely obscured by the mass of silver pine needles built up both within and without the bowl. It is most powerful in comparison to the ordinarily subdued Kyo-yaki ware of the Meiji era. The stamp on the base is undoubtedly that of Wazen.
The bowl is just less than 5 inches (12.5 cm) diameter and in perfect condition.