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Incense Ceremony Tools and Box Nakamoto, Japanese (active Choshu) Geography: Made in Japan, Asia Period: Edo Period (1615-1868)

Incense Ceremony Tools and Box Nakamoto, Japanese (active Choshu) Geography: Made in Japan, Asia Period: Edo Period

Momoyama to Edo Period Echizen Ware Jar Height 14.22cm Width 13.2cm

Momoyama to Edo Period Echizen Ware Jar Height Width

Antique Japanese Chabako box Edo period 1850 ceramic Tea Ceremony vase  box hand made Japan craft

Antique Japanese Chabako box Edo period 1850 ceramic Tea Ceremony vase box hand made Japan craft

Mizusashi or water container for Matcha tea ceremony, in a cylindrical form decorated in warabite style on the exterior with orange, brown and blue vertical lines. Of stoneware with a crackled cream glaze, over-decorated in iron oxide brown and orange, with blue gosu. From the Seto Ware kilns. With a black lacquered, fitted lid. Late Edo period, circa 1825 – 1850.  5 ¾” high x 5 5/8” diameter.

Mizusashi or water container for Matcha tea ceremony, in a cylindrical form…

Square Iron Tea Kettle, known as TOMAYA by Onishi Josei, Edo period, 17 century.

Square Iron Tea Kettle, known as TOMAYA by Onishi Josei, Edo period, 17 century.

Tea ceremony water jar with design of Gion Festival halberds  18th century    Nonomura Ninsei , (Japanese, active ca. 1646-77)   Edo period     Stoneware with clear glaze and enamels; silver lid   H: 17.1 W: 14.8 D: 14.8 cm   Kyoto, Japan  お水指

Tea ceremony water jar with design of Gion Festival halberds - Artist: Nonomura Ninsei, active ca. -Stoneware with clear glaze and enamels;

Satsuma ware cylindrical cup for steeped tea  19th century      Edo period     Stoneware with clear, colorless glaze; gold lacquer repairs   H: 8.4 W: 7.1 cm   Japan

Satsuma ware cylindrical cup for steeped tea century Edo period Stoneware with clear, colorless glaze; gold lacquer repairs H: W: cm Japan

Japanese Art | Tea ceremony water jar, unknown Raku ware workshop | F1900.54a-c

Tea ceremony water jar, unknown Raku ware workshop century Hon'ami Koetsu , (Japanese, Edo period or Meiji era Earthenware with iron pigment and white slip under clear glaze, traces of copper pigment;

Ogata Kenzan - Kenzan style Black Raku water jar

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

Japanese Lacquer box. 1825

Rectangular two tiered box for the incense game (Kodogubako), with inset rim, the over fitting tier having a similar rim to accommodate the flat-topped cover.

Kōdō (香道, "Way of Incense")Incense burning is an example of Geido (art), aimed at enjoying incense while meditating in a quiet world away from the pressures of daily life, and to appreciate the fragrance rising from Koboku (fragrant wood) burned ("taku" in Japanese) according to traditional rituals.

Kōdō (香道, "Way of Incense")Incense burning is an example of Geido (art), aimed…

Kōdō (香道, "Way of Incense")Incense burning is an example of Geido (art), aimed at enjoying incense while meditating in a quiet world away from the pressures of daily life, and to appreciate the fragrance rising from Koboku (fragrant wood) burned ("taku" in Japanese) according to traditional rituals.

Kōdō (香道, "Way of Incense")Incense burning is an example of Geido (art), aimed…

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