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KYO OKI008
KYO OKI008

Shigaraki Ceramic Tanuki with Chagama

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A rare Shigaraki Tanuki figure with a Chagama (kettle) on his back from a Japanese folk tale of "Bunpuku Chagama"
Old repair present at his tail and the kettle.

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Size: H 9.5"(25cm), W 12"(29cm), D 9"(24cm)

Location: Kyoto Warehouse


Price: $275.00

OKI007
OKI007

Reclining Shigaraki Tanuki

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Rare reclining Shigaraki Tanuki or a Japanese raccoon dog is a good luck ornament for restaurants and bars.
It is holding a bottle of sake and an account book.
Shigaraki kiln ceramic.
Good condition.

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Size: H 5"(16cm), W 14"(36cm), D 6"(15cm)

Location: San Francisco

Price: $450.00

MSC015-019
MSC015-019

Japanese Tako Tsubo

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Ceramic Tako Tsubo from Sea of Japan with acorn shells around.

Size: H10.5" x Diameter 7"

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(Location: San Francisco)

Price: $275.00

CERAMIC1
CERAMIC1

Antique Ceramic Garden Frog.

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Collected at an auction in Shiga, Japan.

Size:
H12.20" W15" D16"
Location:
San Francisco

Price: $575.00

OZ12
OZ12

Edo Period (1615-1868) Shigaraki Pot

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Collected at an auction in Japan.

Shigaraki Pottery:
is thought to have begun in Kamakura period (1192-1333). In Muromachi and Momoyama period (1330's- 1600's), tea masters favored these natural Shigaraki wares as one of Japan's most loved ceramic styles.

In the process of making Shigaraki wares, noborigama (the distinctive climbing kilns) and anagama (a simplified climbing kiln) are used. a "natural glaze" is produced when the ash from the wood with which the kiln is fired melts.

Size:
H9" W8.25"
Location:
San Francisco

Price: $375.00

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