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...
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This is a wonderful tea bowl of Japanese Hagi Ware, which was made about 100 years ago.
The seal of the potter is stamped on the bottom. Some natural glaze cracks, which were intentionally created in the time of the firing process, are very nice. This bowl has an authentic wabi sabi taste.
Hagi Ware is a type of Japanese pottery most identifiable for its humble forms and use of translucent white glaze...
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...
Perfect Aka Raku Chawan by Kichizaemon (twelfth Generation) Konyu (1857-1932). His childhood name was Kozaburo, later became Kicho (or, Yoshinaga). He was the eldest son of Keinyu, the eleventh generation master. In 1871, he succeeded the family business and became the generation master. In 1919 he retired and took the name as Konyu. He enjoyed his retirement in practicing tea ceremony and writing haiku. His Aka (red) Raku wares were famous for the dynamic use of spatula...
We like to present you a 100 year old antique Japanese case (kogo) kai-awase made of real natural seashell.
The inside is coated with gold lacquer and perfectly decorated with hand painted pine trees.
Size: Width 3.3"(8.4cm) x Depth 2.7"(6.8cm) x Height 1.6"(4.0cm)Shipping included
Antique big porcelain bowl of Kutani ware made by greatest Eiraku Kutani at the end of the Meiji Era, around 1910.
All overglaze images and patterns are tastefully hand-painted in great colours.
The signature of the potter is written on the bottom.
We sell it with its original signed woodbox. Very good condition, no chips, no cracks.
Size: 10 cm height x 20,4 cm diameter.
Beautiful and slightly distorted masterpiece Mizusashi (water jar for tea ceremony) of dark Seto yaki with black and brown glaze. Around 1900, Meiji Period. No chips, no cracks.
Size: 18 cm height x 13 cm diameter on top.Shipping included
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...
We present another awesome Shino-Oribe Chawan from our collection: Greyish-whithe glaze amalgamates with a wild and roughly thrown body and a still vivid and strong glaze. It is very heavy for a tea bowl, almost 500g. Please note that there is also an interesting kiln mark.
The chawan dates from the Meiji Period (1868-1912) and comes with a very good wood box.
Size: 3,7'' height x 5,3'' in diameter. No chips, cracks, repairs.Shipping included
We offer you an amazing large and very, very valuable vase by greatest Shoji Hamada.
I guess my visitors are connaisseurs in the history of Japanese Art and culture, so I do not have to introduce Shoji Hamada. He is the most influencing potter in our times and has been in his lifetimes a 'Living National Treasure'.
It dates from the period pre 1920. Around this time Hamada left Japan and traveled to England with Leach...
More than 100 year old Seto Chawan, slightly distorted and with two Samurai emblems. Perfect antique condition with no cracks or repairs. True wabi-sabi atmosphere.
It comes with a good wooden box.
Size: 9 cm height and 10,5 cm in diameter.Shipping included.
Shiny and vivid Aka Raku (Red Raku) Chawan, hand molded during the Meiji Period around 1900. The chawan is signed and the wood box is included, too.
Some parts of the chawan were intentionally left unglazed (white parts around the foot - no cracks!) to generate imperfection.Size: 2,9'' height x 4,5 cm in diameter.
Special offer: A 100 year old impressive large Seto-Yaki Chawan, hand shaped pottery tea bowl of wonderful Seto clay. It fits perfect into the palm of the hand. The seal of the potter is stamped on the bottom.
No chips or cracks. The Chawan comes with its original wooden box.
Size: 7,9 cm height x 13,6 cm in diameter.Free shipping.
Wonderful hand shaped Tanba chawan, made 80 - 100 years ago. The tea bowl is well balanced and has a perfect shape.
No chips or cracks.
The bottom is signed. Good Wabi Sabi aura. Great!
Size: 6,5 cm height x 11,7 cm in diameter.
Tanba-yaki pottery 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 recent years...
Very fine example of a Japanese Kiyomizu Tenmoku Chawan with aesthetic Namako (sea cucumber) glaze. It was made around 1900 and is in perfect antique condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
Size: 7,1 cm height x 13 cm in diameter. Wooden box available for 30 USD.Shipping included.
Very interesting antique Aka Raku Bajyohai Tea Bowl, made with a rare long foot. Bowls like this are called 馬上杯, Bajyohai: Rider's Cup. Its form makes them convenient for the ancient horse-riders to drink tea from.
Our Tea Bowl was made in the early stage of the last century during the Japanese Meiji Period (1868-1912).
No chips or cracks.
Size: 12,5 cm height x 11,5 cm in diameter.Shipping included
Up for sale is this special example of the beauty of Raku ware, a pottery tradition born more than 400 years ago in the ancient Japanese capital of Kyoto, from the collaboration between great tea master Sen Rikyu (1522-1591) and a potter named Chojiro ( - 1592), the forebear of the great Raku family of potters.
This particular chawan (tea bowl) was made by the 12th bearer of the Raku name, Raku Kichizaemon Konyu (1857-1932), whose works are not very diversified but who created seren...
Antique tasteful Satsuma Chawan made and marked by Gyozan, one of the most famous Japanese Satsuma artists, circa 1905, during the Meiji Period.
It presents a wonderful hand painting on it with strong and shiny colours.
The typical Satsuma ware we most come into contact with is a yellowish earthenware usually decorated with a minute decoration with Japanese figures, expressive faces or detailed oriental landscapes, or sometimes embellished with vivid dragons in relief...