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  • Miniature Merchant's Fabric Tansu, #1
  • Miniature Merchant's Fabric Tansu, #1

    NAME: Miniature merchant's fabric tansu SIZE: 5-1/2" tall, 5-13/16" wide, 2-1/4" deep. CONDITION: Probably from early Showa (30's) and has age appropriate dents, scratches and soiling. The only readily seen "problems" are a larger dent on the edge of the left side that has s... more

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    $85.00
  • Woodblock Print by Eikyu
  • Woodblock Print by Eikyu

    Antique Japanese original woodblock print by Eikyu (Eikyu Matsuoka 1881-1938), probably dating to 1920-30's. It is a picture of "Silk Farming". It depicts a busy workroom, with a woman working at a table, 2 women working on a project on the floor and a gentleman by a large sack. The women are al... more

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    $150.00
  • Woodblock Print by Gekko Ogata
  • Woodblock Print by Gekko Ogata

    Antique Japanese original woodblock print by Gekko Ogata (1859-1920). This print is from the series "Gekko's sketches", Sept, 1896 and was probably part of a book. The print itself measures 5" x 7" and depicts sea life, koi, tai (red snapper) and squid. Artelino has an interesting short more

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    $75.00
  • Antique Obi with Cranes & Pines
  • Antique Obi with Cranes & Pines

    Antique Japanese Obi from the Taisho period (1912-1926). This is a Maru obi, which is fully patterned on both sides and is the most formal. This style was popular in the Meiji and Taisho periods. The weave is brocade (raised design). It has a beige background with cranes, pines, crysanth... more

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    $340.00
  • Art Deco Antique Japanese Taisho Wedding Kimono
  • Art Deco Antique Japanese Taisho Wedding Kimono

    Antique Japanese Taisho wedding kimono, art deco style. During the Taisho period (1912-1926), the wedding kimono were not heavily padded as were previous periods or later to current times, nor, in general, were they heavily embroidered. They were hand dyed using the yuzen technique (waxy m... more

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    $1,200.00
  • Early Taisho Japanese Wedding Kimono
  • Early Taisho Japanese Wedding Kimono

    Early Taisho Japanese wedding kimono. During the Taisho period (1912-1926), the wedding kimono were not made with heavy padding as previous periods or later to current times, nor, in general, were they heavily embroidered. The early Taisho wedding kimono were made very light-weight with ... more

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    $1,500.00
    $1,300.00
  • Japanese Fukusa with Cranes
  • Japanese Fukusa with Cranes

    Antique Japanese fukusa, dating to the late Meiji period (1868-1912), with flying cranes in front of a red sun. A fukusa was used for very special occasions as a gift cover and were usually special ordered. Hand dyed using the same method as kimono called yuzen (waxy material placed all ov... more

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    $275.00
  • Antique Fukusa-Daimyo Gyoretsu
  • Antique Fukusa-Daimyo Gyoretsu

    Antique Japanese fukusa, dating to the Meiji period (1868-1912), depicting a Daimyo Gyoretsu or samurai procession with Mt. Fuji in the background. *** During the Edo period, a law, called "Sankin Kotai" was created to help control the Daimyo (Feudal Lords). The law required every Daimyo to... more

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    $460.00
  • 1st Emperor & Empress Silk Fukusa
  • 1st Emperor & Empress Silk Fukusa

    Antique Japanese fukusa, dating to the late Edo period (c1850-1868), depicting the 1st Emperor and Empress sitting by a river, watching a bird. It measures 24-1/2" x 26-1/2", made of a silk crepe, hand sewn and has the 4 original tassles on the corners. A fukusa was used for very special oc... more

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    $475.00
  • Japanese Taisho Wedding Kimono with Fans
  • Japanese Taisho Wedding Kimono with Fans

    Antique Japanese Taisho wedding kimono with fans. During Taisho period (1912-1926), the wedding kimono were not made with heavy padding as previous periods or later to current times. Nor in general were they heavily embroidered. They were hand dyed using the yuzen technique (waxy materia... more

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    $1,600.00

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