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Ceramics/Toujiki: (Page 1)
KAY53
KAY53

Antique Imari-yaki Hibachi with 'hyotan'-gourd-from Taisho period; width 14" height 11.5"

Price: $550.00

KAY51
KAY51

Japanese ceramic Kannon from Edo-period; width 5" height 16", comes with 'dai' (stage) and box

KAY51More Details
A piece of paper with 'Mariya'-Mary-written in 'Katakana'-angular Japanese characters often used for loanwords-was attached on the back of the Kannon. Christianity was banned during this time in Japan, so one may assume the Kannon was a camouflage for the owner, a secret follower of the religion.

Price: $750.00

KAY43
KAY43

Ceramic 'chawan' or tea bowl, used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony (researching artist)

Price: $225.00

KAY30
KAY30

Tamba Meoto Tsubo from Japanese Shinto Shrine; 'meoto'-husband and wife-ceramic vessel. The pair came out of the kiln attached to each other, and later a red rope ('akai ito'-symbol of fate) was tied around them to commemorate their unique quality. They have repairs.

Price: $600.00

KAY26
KAY26

Chawan; ceramic tea bowl used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony (researching artist)

Price: $175.00

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