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Old Chinese blue-&-white porcelain bowl designed with gosu blue arabesque pattern
as shibori ("tie-dye") style, excavated from Cambodian ruins, dated back to late Ming dynasty
circa early 17th century, with an issued certificate of authenticity from former owner (expert/dealer).
15 x 14.5 x H 5.5 cm (more)
I could finally come back from the ground life and now can connect you.
And, I really appreciate you who gave me kind comments for this time!
Now it's time to work.
A few of new items was already started today,
and some discounted 'old items' are listed as re-clearance sale.
I will be very glad that you are interested in them,
and connect you through my selection as always.
Also, the new page of 'sold items' was constructed,
so please browse from here for reference.
This kind of Gorinto (Stone buddhist five-tiered stupa) is called Isseki-Gorinto
(sculpted from a single stone) and subdividedly categorized as the regular type of
Isseki-Gorinto (*The other types are 'Long-&-Narrow' and 'Burying'.),
dated back to approximately 16th century for the data. (more)
Oribe square-cylindrical appetizer ware (Oribe yoho mukozuke) as a tea article for kaiseki
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaiseki), designed by the orthodox iron-picture of
hanging-persimmon, landscape, and stripe pattern, dated back to late Edo period,
circa early-mid 19th century, - with an attached wooden storage box. (more)
Old iron bowl decorated with grape (vine) of cloisonne, which is supposed to be used for a hiire (charcoal container) as tea article, dated back to Edo period, early-mid 19th century at least, with attached a quality ebony-wooden base and a mature aged wooden storage box (signed but unidentified). (more)