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Parasol Maker, Okinomo, Edo Period Binder Size: 1.5". Color: Black. Gender: unisex. Age Group: adult.

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Description A Japanese Aoki Mokubei Jar. Edo Period. The inside base has a fish between the figures with gilt. A very powerfull piece and in our opinion most likely authentic by Aoki Mokubei (????) Mokubei AOKI (1767- July 2, 1833) was a painter and Kyo ware potter during the Edo Period . He was born in Kyoto . His childhood name was Yasoya. His Azana (alias) was Sahei. His pseudonyms included Seibei, Hyakurokusanjin, Kokikan, Teiunro, Kukurin, and Shubei. Biography Mokubei was born in 1767…

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This is a small antique flower vase. A Japanese, ceramic posy urn, dating to the Edo period, circa 1850. Strong antique Japanese taste presents a distinctive appeal Displays a desirable aged patina and in good original order Glazed ceramic hand-painted with copious detail and continuous pattern Mounted and standing figures with brightly coloured dress catch the eye Wide borders decorate the upper and lower form in rich chestnut hues This is a fascinating antique flower vase, with…

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Large 18th century Japanese Edo period three panel agricultural mountain landscape screen. Three panel fragment of a larger screen cut down and remounted. Ink on paper and gold leaf squares with gold flecks painted in the Unkoku School style. There is a farmer visible on the right side of the serene landscape with interesting details set in a later ebonized lacquered wood frame with a silk brocade border. From an estate in San Francisco, CA. Dimensions: 68.25"w x .75"d x 68"h Circa…

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What a find! This very rare pair of Japanese Natsume Tetsubachi dates to the latter half of the Edo Period (1603-1868) and are simply stunning. These were carved in the taller Natsume shape to emulate a jujube fruit, indicating that they were made for an important client or temple. Used at Buddhist temples and in Tea Gardens to provide a water source for purification, they would make an elegant addition to any Japanese or contemporary garden. One has a small crack to the lip that extends…

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A pair of well cast and dramatic Japanese parcel gilt bronze dragon vases, Edo period, early 19th century. The heavy bronze vases of pear shape, each with a single writhing dragon cast in high relief dancing in the clouds. Under the dragons, swallows dart in and out of the crashing waves. The fierce dragons face each other, one with its mouth open, the other with its mouth close, in reference to the Japanese Buddhist concept of A-un, symbolizing the beginning and the end, and encompassing…

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rare and ancient netsuke depicting a perched bird with horn eyes. typical subject of the Japanese iconographic tradition signed Masanao, an important artist of the Kyoto school 2 similar examples by the same artist are...

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This is an antique netsuke made in Japan around Edo period 1800s. Netsuke is a miniature sculpture, originating in 17th century Japan. Initially a simply-carved button fastener on the cords of an inro box, netsuke later developed into ornately sculpted objects of craftsmanship. Traditionally, Japanese kimono did not have pockets. Though the sleeves of the kimono could be used to store small items, the men who wore kimono needed a larger and stronger container in which to store personal…

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