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KYO SCN087
KYO SCN087

Japanese Silver Zen Furosaki Byobu Screen / Kanzan and Jittoku
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A small 2 panel silver Furosaki Byobu, a tea ceremony screen of Kanzan and Jittoku, two popular zen monks who lived in Tang dynasty in China. they were Zen Buddhist priests and poets, but because of their eccentric and iconoclastic character people perceive them as special. Kanzan holds a sutra scroll, and Jittoku holds a broom.
19th Century.

Size: W 5'10"(178cm), H 2'5"(73cm)
Location: Kyoto Warehouse

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KYO MNN011
KYO MNN011

Japanese Noh Mask, Exceptional Edo Period ,(1615-1868) mask. SOLD

KYO MNN011More Details
Hand carved Japanese Noh theater play mask of Onna (a woman)
There are brown spots from aging and a small repair at the side. Collected at auction in Kyoto, Japan.

Size: Length 8.5"(21.5cm), Width 5.3"(13.5cm)
Location: Kyoto Warehouse

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KYO KMN006
KYO KMN006

Japanese Gold Obi
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A Roku-Tsuu Styel Japanese gold obi of flowers and traditional motifs.
Hand woven with gold, silver and many bright colors.
Earlier 1900s.
Excellent condition.

Size: Length 14'7"(444.5cm), Width 12.25"(31cm)

Location: Kyoto Warehouse

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MNN002
MNN002

Japanese Red Tengu Mask SOLD

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Hand carved Japanese theater mask of Tengu, a class of supernatural creatures found in Japanese folklore, art, theater, and literature. They are one of the best known youkai (monster-spirits) and are sometimes worshipped as Shinto kami (revered spirits or gods). SOLD

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Size: W6.5"(16cm), H8.5"(21cm), D6.5"(16cm)

Location: San Francisco


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KYO SCN088
KYO SCN088

Japanese Makura Byobu of Herons by Kano Yoshinobu (1848-1919) Wonderful small Japanese Meiji Period Screen.

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KYO SCN088More Details
A very small 2 panel Makura Byobu, a pillow screen, of 3 herons in snow scene. Silver and silk border. Kano Yoshinobu (1848-1919), a son of Kano Asen, studied in Kano school.
Meiji-early Taisho period.
It is in good condition.

Size: W 2' (61cm), H 2'1" (64cm)
Location: Kyoto Warehouse

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