Blue and White, Sometsuke
The size of Bowl : 11 3/4'Dia x 4 1/16" H (30 cm x 10.5 cm)
This Hira Mizusashi Bowl is made by Inoue Goutaro (1918 - ? ).
Mizusahi Bowl is water bowl used for Tea Ceremony, but bowl make
beautiful Ikabana (flower arrangement) Bowl. It is very handsome bowl.
It is made by Tama Yaki very rare bowl.
The bowl is stoneware material like Iga Yaki. It came with
Tomobako. The cover of Tomobako writing in Japanese as
"Tama Hira Mizusashi" on upper right. "Goutaro Saku...
Additional photo for Tama Yahi Mizusashi Bowl by Goutaro Inoue w/Tomobako
The size of Vase: 8 7/8" H x 5 5/16 " Dia top (22.5 cm x 13.5 cm)
This vase is in the shape of Tsuzumi (hand drum).
It is finely made with Stoneware. It is made by Ito Tozan 2nd (1871-1927).
The condition of Vase is excellent. There is one black spot at lower body.
at 12th photo. It came with Tomobako. The cover top said in Japanese,
"Tozan zo(made)" signature with seal of Tozan. The bottom of vase
Japanese Flower Vase in Tsuzumi Shape by 2nd Ito Tozan with Tomobako
This is additonal photos II of Exhibition items
at The Cleveland Museum of Art.
Exhibition is now open and thru 3/10/24.
These items were gifted to The Celveland
Museum of Art by Mr. James and Mrs. Christine
Heusinger. Please note all items showing are
not for sale.
There are many items in one room with a lot of focus needed as the name
of this Gallery. You really have to spend the time with individually when visit Gallery.
My photos are showing only partial collection. So the best way to study
individual item will be obtaining exhibition catalog "Colors of Kyoto" written by
Dr. Shinya Maezaki and Dr. Sinead Vilbar. It will give you great insight of
Seifu Yohei’s process of their creation in Kyoto during those years.
This is additional photos of Exhibitions items at
The Cleveland Museum of Art.
Exihibition is now open and thru 3/10/2024 (Sun).
I hope you enjoy the photos of wonderful items.
We were very excited to see all of these items gifted
to Cleveland Museum of Art by Mr. James and Mrs. Christina Heusinger.
Please note, all items showing are not for sale.
New volume in the Cleveland Masterwork Series focuses on a studio of important late nineteenth through early twentieth-century Japanese ceramic artists.
This is the first comprehensive look in English at the Seifū Yohei Ceramic Studio in Kyoto, from the Meiji period (1868–1912) to the mid Shōwa period (1926–89), the James and Christine Heusinger Collection at the Cleveland Museum of Art as its core material. The principal essay provides a biography of Seifū Yohei III, the star of...
We are very exciting to let you know Grand opening
of Colors of Kyoto, Seifu Yohei Ceramic Studio
Exhibition at The Cleveland Museum of Art,
08/19/2023 (Sat) thru 03/10/2024 (Sun).
We are showing only 12 pcs here, very fine
Japanese master ceramist artist, Seifu Yohei III,
who was very first ceramist received prestigeous
membership of Teishitsu Gigeiin (Imperial Household
Artisan) in Meiji 26h, 1893 and other Seifu Yohei
generation including grand son...
The size of Jar: 10 5/8" Dia x 9 7/16" High., 27 cm Dia x 24 cm H.
Top Rim Diameter between inside edge to edge: 7 1/2" Dia, Inside depth to rim edge: 9" Deep.
This is Beautiful Japanese Porcelain Jar with fine paintings of total 6 windows design. Each window is painted with the design of six Japanese good luck (Engi) flowers and tree. Camellia (Tsubaki with bird), Plum Tree (Ume). Cherry blossoms (Sakura), Pine Tree (Matsu). Chrysanthemum (Kiku), and Sasanqua (Camellia Sazanka) on fine ...
Additional photos for Japanese Ko Imari Porcelain Jar with windows design
SANAI FINE ART & ANTIQUES
Sale $175.00 w/US Priority/insured
Item was $385.00
The size of Vase: 7 1/2" High x 5 1/8" Wide x 3" Deep
Top 1 1/2" x 1 3/8". Bottom 2 3/8” x 2 1/8”
This is very lovely Japanese Porcelain Vase in the shape of square vase. The decoration are all under glazing in blue Sometsuke as well as iron Work. Front and back has flower design in the center. Top are with crescent like White area design. All works done in Hakeme (brush) work. It is well excuting Hakeme works. The condition of vase excellent, no chip, no crack and no hairline...
The size of Shigaraki Vase: 13 3/4" High x 9 5/8" Dia 350 mm x 245 mm
This is very old and rare Japanese Shigaraki Vase from Early Edo (Edo Zenki) 17th Century. Please see the history of Shigaraki and what is Shigaraki at separate paragraph. The condition of Vase, please note there are two Kizu (damage spot) at the top rim area as photo showing.The lower body of line indentation is Hera (spatula) marking.and Kama kizu (kiln flaw). Otherwise great shape for the age from 17th century. We guar...
The Size of Koro: 9 13/16" High, Drum size 3 3/4" Wide. This is very rare and handsome Japanese Iroe Bizen Kankodori(cockerel) Koro. During Edo period, Late Edo, 18 th to 19th Century. Bizen Clan was making this type Koro for High class Samurai and rich merchants. Koro was made with bisque body and later they were painted with Iroe (color pigments). This style Koro, a cockerel on the top of Drum is called, "Kankodori Koro". Kanko is drum used for getting the attention for the government by beati...
Additional Photos #1 for Iroe Bizen Yaki Koro w/Awasebako
Additional Photos #2 for Iroe Bizen Yaki Koro w/Awasebako
The size of Ko Imari Vase: 7 1/2" High x 6 7/8" Dia High
This is rare Japanese Sometsuke Blue and White PorcelainVase from later part Early Edo (zenki). It is from Kanbun to Enpou (1660-680) Period. It is porcelain body with Sometsuke(Blue and White) design of Peony and grass. The whole design pattern is same from Shoki Imari (Early Imari). The condition of vase excellent other than some Jikan (original kiln flaw) which from Original surface hair line caused in Kiln it became net pa...
Additional photos for Rare Ko Imari Sometsuke Vase with box