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Japanese decorative arts

Japanese decorative arts

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  • Tiger
    Tiger Edo period (1615-1868) - Lacquered and gilded wood, inlaid eyes
  • Vestiges modernes
    Vestiges modernes Takeuchi Kôzo
  • Luminescent vessel
    Luminescent vessel Niisato Akio
  • Plant growth
    Plant growth Fujikasa Satoko
  • Récipient à eau froide (mizusashi), 2013
    Récipient à eau froide (mizusashi), 2013 Ishigaki Satoru
  • Lectern
    Lectern 1573-1615 - Lacquered wood and mother-of-pearl
  • Dish decorated with camellias and butterflies
    Dish decorated with camellias and butterflies Early Edo Period (1603 – 1868), approximately 1640 – 1670. - Porcelain
  • Dish decorated with banana leaves and butterflies
    Dish decorated with banana leaves and butterflies Early Edo Period (1605 – 1868), approximately 1640 – 1670. - Porcelain
  • Amida Buddha
    Amida Buddha 18th century - Bronze
  • Dish
    Dish 1850-1870 - Porcelain
  • Bowl in the shape of an antique Gui Chinese vessel
    Bowl in the shape of an antique Gui Chinese vessel 1761-1833, late Edo Period - Brown sandstone with a dark green celadon cover
  • Large covered vessel (kazaritsubo), part of a pair
    Large covered vessel (kazaritsubo), part of a pair 1870-1880 - Porcelain
  • Incense burner with dragon
    Incense burner with dragon Edo Period (1615 – 1868) or early Meiji - Bronze
  • Flower vase (kabin)
    Flower vase (kabin) 20th century - Sandstone
  • Double-cupped vessel with handle (tetsuki renbachi)
    Double-cupped vessel with handle (tetsuki renbachi) Edo Period (1615 – 1868) - White terracotta, molded decoration, glaze in two colors (Nisai) green and yellow
  • Flower vase (kabin)
    Flower vase (kabin) Edo Period (1615 – 1868) - Porcelain, eggplant and blue glazes and gold lacquer
  • Flower vase (ichirin-ike)
    Flower vase (ichirin-ike) Edo Period (1615 – 1868) - Sandstone, celadon green, gold lacquer repair to the mouth
  • Portable tea case
    Portable tea case 17th or early 18th century - Wood decor with gold lacquer flakes (nashi-ji) and gold dust in relief (taka maki-e)
  • Incense burner shaped like a radish topped by a mouse
    Incense burner shaped like a radish topped by a mouse Second half of the 19th century - Bronze
  • Dragon
    Dragon Edo period (1615-1868) or early Meiji (1868-1912) - Bronze
  • Gourd-shaped bottle  (hisago-gata tokkuri)
    Gourd-shaped bottle (hisago-gata tokkuri) Edo period (1600-1868) - Porcelain
  • Bell-shaped pitcher (mizusashi)
    Bell-shaped pitcher (mizusashi) Edo period (1600-1868) - Porcelain
  • Food bowl  (mukôzuke)
    Food bowl (mukôzuke) Edo period (1600-1868) - Sandstone, feldspar glaze, brown iron decor