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飯山仏壇 | 伝統的工芸品 | 伝統工芸 青山スクエア Japanese Furniture, Ropes, Asian Art, Metal Working, Design, Japanese Language, Home, Metalworking, Design Comics

飯山仏壇

寺の町飯山に、江戸時代初期から根づいた仏壇作りは、作業が細分化されて部品から組立まで地域内で一貫して生産されています。仕上師をかねた、仏壇の製造問屋ともいうべき仏壇店を中心として、産地が構成されています。 飯山仏壇が今日まで続いて来たのは、飯山の人々の仏教信仰があついこと、原材料を簡単に確保することが出来たこと、製作に適した気候であることによっています。

Early Namikawa Sosuke Japanese Meiji Cloisonne Enamel Box Japanese Screen, All Japanese, Japanese Style, Lacquer Paint, Enamel Paint, Japanese Porcelain, Pretty Box, Japanese Painting, China Painting

Early Namikawa Sosuke Japanese Meiji Cloisonne Enamel Box (item #1350127)

Featuring a lovely, early Namikawa Sosuke cloisonne enamle box with a branch of white blossoms, buds and gray-green leaves. Although this box is not signed, it is safe to attribute it to Sosuke's earliest period when he took over the Kaisha Shippo cloisonne company in Tokyo. Sosuke was known for his Japanese style/approach for reproducing in enamel, pictorial subjects of classic Japanese paintings in a naturalistic style. The finely shaded wireless process, for which he is credited with…

Japanese sword making guide, history and sword parts of samurai sword. Katana Swords, Samurai Swords, Kendo, Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords, Arte Ninja, Martial Arts Weapons, Ninja Weapons, Sword Fight

Japanese Sword Making

Japanese sword making guide, history and sword parts of samurai sword. Japanese sword crafting. Japanese sword parts.

Swedish ceramic pot repaired by Dick Lehman using the ancient Japanese tradition of kintsugi - filling in the cracks with gold, with the idea that something that has broken can be mended to an even more beautiful and valuable state. Kintsugi, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Japanese Art, Japanese Style, Art Japonais, Tea Bowls, Wabi Sabi, Ceramic Art

Kintsugi: Gold Repair of Ceramic Faults

In 1999 I traveled to Japan to participate in several exhibitions hosted by my dear friend Mr. Shiho Kanzaki. I arrived with gifts for all the many people that were required to make this amazing opportunity a reality for me. After I arrived and was unpacking, I discovered that 4 of the side-fired cups that I’d…

Choose your weapon-katana Wallpaper Aesthetic, Samurai Art, Japanese Sword, Kendo, Fantasy Weapons, Knives And Swords, Katana Swords, Samurai Weapons, Anime Weapons

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kintsukuroi Kintsugi, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Traditional Japanese Art, Ceramic Techniques, Tea Bowls, Wabi Sabi

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Adrian Hope Hand raised Silver and copper vessels. Metal Bowl, Metal Art, Vases, Copper Vessel, Le Jolie, Objet D'art, Sculpture, Metal Crafts, Decoration Table

Adrian Hope

Adrian Hope is a award winning Silversmith working in the Scottish Borders. His work is represented in 10 British museum and public collections.

A Bronze Vase Signed Mitsuyoshi and Nogawa Mark, Meiji Period (late century) The darkly patinated vase finely inlaid in silver, shakudo and copper with bamboo high Vases Decor, Art Decor, Different Forms Of Art, Bamboo Art, Metal Vase, Wood Turning Projects, Japan Art, Art Auction, Ceramic Art

A Bronze Vase , SIGNED MITSUYOSHI AND NOGAWA MARK, MEIJI PERIOD (LATE 19TH CENTURY)

SIGNED MITSUYOSHI AND NOGAWA MARK, MEIJI PERIOD (LATE 19TH CENTURY)

第60回日本伝統工芸展-公益社団法人日本工芸会 Antique Music Box, Antique Boxes, Traditional Japanese Art, Traditional Paintings, Enamel Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Jewellery, Japan Crafts, Handmade Decorations

第60回日本伝統工芸展-公益社団法人日本工芸会

公益社団法人日本工芸会は、無形文化財の保護育成のために伝統工芸の技術の保存と活用、伝統文化向上に寄与することを目的としています。第60回日本伝統工芸展の開催情報、受賞作品、入選作品をご覧いただけます。

JAPANESE BRONZE BUD VASE, Meiji, attributed to Keritsu Kosho Kaisha. Gold, silver and copper inlay on bronze body depicting a swallow in flight with chrysanthemum and bamboo. Slab Pottery, Pottery Vase, Ceramic Pottery, Japanese Porcelain, Japanese Pottery, Glass Ceramic, Ceramic Art, Ceramic Bowls, Sculpture Clay

JAPANESE BRONZE BUD VASE, Meiji, attributed to

Buy online, view images and see past prices for JAPANESE BRONZE BUD VASE, Meiji, attributed to. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles.

Kintsugi / Kintsukuroi, traditional wabi-sabi Japanese ceramic art repair using gold and lacquer as an alternative to masking broken ceramic and pottery Japanese Vase, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Kintsugi, Wabi Sabi, Ceramic Vase, Ceramic Pottery, Pots, Antique Bottles

Kintsugi Art, How the Repair Made, Where to Buy Kintsukuroi Gold Repair

Kintsugi / Kintsukuroi, traditional wabi-sabi Japanese ceramic art repair using gold and lacquer as an alternative to masking broken ceramic and pottery | Instructions, how it is made, it's meaning and where to buy?

  Japanese Vase, Japanese Dragon, Taipei, Modern Asian, Metal Vase, Objet D'art, Art Furniture, Asian Art, Metal Working

Bronze Japanese Dragon Vase, Early 20th Century

For Sale on 1stdibs - A Masterful work. This bronze casting of a highly stylized dragon displays the hand of a true master sculptor. The patina is rich and deep.

 Technique: On tankin (hammered) vessels and by applying the traditional techniques of chasing, mainly nunome-zogan (textile imprint) Metal Bowl, Metal Art, Art Nouveau, Tabletop Accessories, Metal Containers, Damascus Steel, Art Object, Antique Items, Metal Stamping

Osumi Yukie "Sea breeze design" vase. Technique: On tankin (hammered) vessels and by applying the traditional techniques of chasing, mainly nunome-zogan (textile imprint)

 The artist's use of mokumegane is created by painstakingly layering silver, copper and other alloys on the surface of his work before fusing the layers together. Vase, Damascus Steel, Art Object, Decorative Objects, Metal Jewelry, Art Forms, Metal Art, Utensils, Contemporary Design

Building to New Frontiers with Ryuichi Kakurezaki and Ryuhei Sako

At first glance the respective exhibitions from Ryuichi Kakurezaki and Ryuhei Sako may seem like an unusual presence in the Nihombashi Mitsukoshi arts galleries, but on closer inspection their incisive work actually takes their disparate disciplines right back to their roots, rather than into the unknown. The two artists are united in bringing a raw urgency to their callings, each proof that even long established art forms are capable of profound change, not under the pressure of outside…

A PAIR OF JAPANESE ARTICULATED FIGURINES (JIZAI), LATE MEIJI PERIOD  each of articulated russet iron and well detailed, comprising a cricket and a praying mantis, each signed Kôzan beneath the left inner wing  the first: 12 cm; 4 3/4 in long   (2)    Takase Kôzan was active in Kyoto in the early years of the 20th century. Insect Crafts, Praying Mantis, Japanese Art, Kyoto, Cricket, Metal Working, Closer, Period, Sculptures

A PAIR OF JAPANESE ARTICULATED FIGURINES (JIZAI), LATE MEIJI PERIOD each of articulated russet iron and well detailed, comprising a cricket and a praying mantis, each signed Kôzan beneath the left inner wing the first: 12 cm; 4 3/4 in long (2) Takase Kôzan was active in Kyoto in the early years of the 20th century.

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