Kyoto ware tea caddy, 19th century Nonomura Ninsei (Japanese, active ca. 1646-77)
Tea bowl, copy of "Kaga Koetsu," unknown Raku ware workshop. 19th century. Hon'ami Koetsu , (Japanese, 1558-1637). Edo period or Meiji era. Raku-type earthenware with red slip under clear glaze. H: 8.5 W: 12.4 D: 12.4 cm. Kyoto, Japan.
19th Century Chinese Vase
19th century Chinese vase in stoneware, enameled in "foie de mulet" tone.
A Whole Lotta Camera
Kacho fugetsu - SUISEICLU Japanese design books mid 19th century , Meiji period , lithograph prints.
Akira Satake: Trimming a Chawan (Japanese ceremonial tea bowl)
Tea Gown. Kyoto Costume Institute.(AC6993 91-12-14) This tea gown was made in Japan to an order for Western market. Its shape is a mixture of details of the 18th century style and the medieval style, which was revived at the end of the 19th century. It is made of taffeta, known as "seigo" in Japan, and embroidered with chrysanthemum flowers in a Japanese embroidery technique known as "nikuirinui". Photo: Japonisme & Mode
Miraku Kamei XV, Tea bowl, with glazing-in-halves (kakewake), stoneware, 3 x 4.5 x 4.5"
19th century Chinese hand carved rock crystal quartz teapot filled with chrysanthemum tea: Beautiful! by Jo Jo Kwong,