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Old initial iron-glazed Karatsu tea bowl allowed to be called as "Ko Karatsu chawan" enough,
dates back to Momoyama - early Edo period circa 1580-1620. 9.9 x 9.3 x H 7.1 cm (3.9 x 3.7 x 2.8 in) [Description]
Unpaid pieces including this bowl (though once sold in auction) are now on listing again.
I hope you enjoy them as second opportunity. http://stores.ebay.com/hotoke-antiques
Rare realistic Minwha masterpiece by the superior unknown artist,
as the ornament for upper-class. Particular work, mixed with woodblock print and hand-coloring
as finishing of tasteful elegant similar color. Also, its realistic style of painting motif is unique and
exceptional besides the traditional meaning of motif. Such as, two fat men are the symbol of wealth,
lotus flower is prosperity of large family, and magpie is lucky omen. [Description]
Chinese celadon bowl from Yaozhou kiln in Northern Song period (960-1127) as a certificated piece
by the leading expert of oriental antique pottery (as a scholar-potter and the commissioner of Cultural Properties Protection Committee), - Koyama fujio a.k.a. "Kozanshi" (1900-1975), signed to be as "Song celadon bowl,
Northern celadon ('Hoppo-seiji' = Northern Song celadon) / Roshiki (as his another name for certificate)" at wooden storage box. D 15 x H 7.3 cm (more info)
Aged wooden folk buddhist statue called Minshu-butsu or Minkan-butsu enshrined in lacquered zushi altar box, considered to be categorized in the type of Yakushi-nyorai or Sogyo hachiman, dated back to Edo period,
early-mid 19th century or earlier. zushi: H 30.2 x D 20 cm (more info)
Old takatori amber-glazed medicine vessel, designed with straw-ash glaze (warabai-yu),
applied to be used as tea caddy (chaire) for long years attached with red sandalwood lid
and wooden storage box, dated back to Edo period circa early-mid 19th century or earlier.
*including lid; - H 9.3 x D 9.5 cm (more info)
Initial Japanese biscuit firing cups in encasement structure as a complete set,
considered as a women's make-up utensil or Shinto/Buddhist ritual ware from
sanage-kiln of the roots of tokoname and seto ware,
dated back to Heian-Kamakura period, circa 12th century.
Largest: D 5.8 x H 1.5 cm / Smallest: D 2 x H 0.4 cm (more info)
Old Ryukyu (Okinawa) pottery vessel, categorized as 'Panari ware' of Aragusuku island,
applied to be attached with a lacquered wooden lid for mizusashi (water jar) as a tea article,
dated back to Edo period, circa late 18th - early 19th century, - with a protective wooden storage box.
D 18 x H 12 cm (more info)
Old Chinese kraak blue-&-white porcelain plate, designed with motif of deers,
and flower pattern spaced even segments, dated back to Ming dynasty circa late 16th - early 17th century,
as an exported piece which is considered to be housed through the ages from early Edo period in Japan.
D 20.5 x H 3.7 cm (more info)
Old Seto iron-glazed large tea caddy in the style of shibukami (shibukamide), signed at the lower part
(unidentified; pic#16), dated back to around late Edo period circa mid-late 19th century,
with a quality red sandalwood lid and an attached signed wooden storage box (as "Seto shibukamide o-chaire"). *including lid; - H 9.4 x D 8 cm (more info)