Japanese Ceramics Decorative Arts
Pair Japanese Arita Dutch Merchant Bowls Late 18th
Fine and Rare pair of circa 1800 or earlier Dutchman decorated Japanese Arita Export covered bowls. This is an unusual pair of blue and white bowls with repeat panels of Dutch Merchants done on very fine, thinly potted Arita porcelain.
Condition: Excellent condition.
Size: 4.5 inches tall and 2.75 inches wide.
Price: $1,400.00 - inquiries welcome
Catalog #: dutchman
Kutani Figural Landscape Plate 19th C.
An well decorated Kutani plate with a series of six profiled figures in a tropical setting facing left amongst large leafy plants , the center of the plate has an iuncesnse table with another plant on it. All enamelled on a iron red ground. Interestingly, the faces of each figye has no facial detail but is only colored by the ground of the plate itself. The reverse is a crackled tannish ground, the bottom has a two charactor red mark.
Condition: Very good condition, no cracks, breaks or repairs. No chipping or wear to enamels.
Size: 8.55 inches in Diameter
Price: $180.00 - inquiries welcome
Catalog #: kutanipeople
Japanese Edo Period Floor Screen
A fine late 18th or early 19th C. Edo period Japanese six fold floor screen depicting a reception on a terrace. On the right are grooms attending to horses. Excuted in the Momoyamo manner with very unusual subject matter.
Condition: It needs restoration to the hinges and some stabilization. Some areas of inpainting.
Size: 12 feet by 5'6" tall. Each Panel 24" wide.
Price: $9,000.00 - inquiries welcome
Catalog #: JapneseScreencl
Fine & Rare Meiji Bronze Seaweed Fishermen
A very unusual Meiji era figural landscape bronze. This rare example depicts two Japanese men harvesting seaweed along the shore with rakes. This is a truly unusual form, the quality of the work is excellent as is the patination of the bronze. The piece is not signed anyplce that we could determine.
Condition: Excellent condition, no breaks, wear or repairs.
Size: 21" Long by 9" Tall
Price: $1,350.00 - inquiries welcome
Catalog #: Japaneseseaweed
Tsunenobu Kano Pen & Ink Scroll Signed
Kanô Tsunenobu, 1636-1713 A fine signed and boxed Signed ink on paper ( Sumei on paper) scroll of an excellent abtrsact landscape signed by Kano. The painting retains it's label from the legendary firm of Yamanaka and Company who sold the picture during the 1930's. The Kano School was founded by Kano Masanobu.
Kanô Tsunenobu, is a direct descendent of Kanô Masanobu, and rose to head the Kobikichô branch of the Kanô school in the early 1700s and later became the court paintiner in Kyoto in 1704. See For Similar: Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ackland Fund; 64.18
Condition: Good condition, some foxing on the paper, the mount is fine. Foxing can be removed.
Size: 19.5" W by 12.5" T/ 42" T by 23" W Scroll
Price: $1,500.00 - inquiries welcome
Catalog #: Kanoscroll
18th C. Japanese Shino Bowl
An exceptionally well done Japanese Shino bowl executed with a swirled gray and white slip glaze over a chocolate brown body. The body is nicely formed by hand and has areas of white slip dripping over the rim.
We feel the bowl is most likely from the 18th C., possibly before.
Condition: The bowl is free of any damage or repairs.
Size: 10.5 " Wide and 2.78" Tall
Price: $1,600.00 - inquiries welcome
Catalog #: Shinobowl
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