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Japanese Wonder ceramic figurine "DOGU". B.C.2000 - 1000. This figurine was unearthed on Horiai Hirakawasi Aomori Japan.
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ALIA BILGRAMI Natural elegance [Japanese Wonder ceramic figurine "DOGU". B.C.2000 - 1000. This figurine was unearthed on Horiai Hirakawasi Aomori Japan]
Japanese Wonder ceramic figurine "DOGU". B.C.2000 - 1000. This figurine was unearthed on Horiai Hirakawasi Aomori Japan. #art #asia #asian #eastasia #sculpture
Square dish with bamboo grass design. late 18th to early 19th century, Kyoto, Japan, by artist Ogata Kenzan. Gift of Charles Lang Freer . Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
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The Kofun period art, Haniwa terracotta clay figure with koto. Kanagawa Japan
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Kyoto ware incense box in shape of crouching rabbit. Stoneware with enamels over clear glaze. Nonomura Ninsei, active ca. 1646-77. Kyoto, Kyoto prefecture, Japan. Gift of Charles Lang Freer . Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Crouch Rabbit, Kyoto Prefectur, Clear Glaze, 1646 77, Incense Boxes, Ware Incense, Kyoto Japan, Nonomura Ninsei, Kyoto Ware
Kyoto ware incense box. Stoneware with enamel over clear glaze. Nonomura Ninsei, active ca. 1646-77. Kyoto, Japan.
Kyoto ware incense box in shape of crouching rabbit. Stoneware with enamels over clear glaze. Nonomura Ninsei, active ca. 1646-77. Kyoto, Kyoto prefecture, Japan.
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Japanese Charger by Gold Imarimid, 20th century
Patinated bronze vase, late Edo period (mid-19th century). Japan
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Japanese patinated bronze vase, late Edo period, slender tapered form with long neck, decorated with cranes, frogs and plants in gold and mixed metal inlay, 12"h
A JAPANESE SHIBYAMA INLAID IVORY FRUIT decorated with insects. 2.25ins high.
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Shibyama inlaid ivory fruit netsuke, decorated with insects. 2.25ins high. 19th century, Japan
A JAPANESE SHIBYAMA INLAID IVORY FRUIT decorated
quiver shaped haniwa.kofun: 5thc.terra cotta.muro miya-yama tumulus, nara prefecture
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quiver shaped haniwa, Kofun: 5thc. terracotta. Muro Miya-Yama tumulus, Nara prefecture
Haniwa which expressed a shield. Nara Japan. The Kofun period (AD.250-AD.592) art, Haniwa terracotta clay figure.
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Haniwa in the shape of a shield. Nara Japan. Kofun period (AD.250-AD.592), Haniwa terracotta clay figure.
Incense Burner Kagoshima, Japan, Edo period Stoneware with clear colorless glaze; silver lid H: 13.2 W: 9.9 cm
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Incense Burner Kagoshima, Japan, Edo period Stoneware with clear colorless glaze; silver lid
Stoneware with clear colorless glaze; silver lid Style: Satsuma ware, White Satsuma type Type: Ceramic, Vessel Origin: Hiyamizu kiln, Kagoshima, Kagoshima prefecture, Japan Topic: Satsuma ware, White Satsuma type, Edo period (1615 - 1868), incense, Japan, silver, stoneware
Dogu are from the earliest-dated tradition of pottery manufacture in the world, dating to the prehistoric Jomon period, which began 16,000 years ago. Japan
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Masked dogū from Nakappara, Nagano prefecture, Japan. 1500–1000 BC. On loan from the Chino City Board of Education. Designated 'Important Cultural Property' by the Japanese Government. Dogu are from the earliest-dated tradition of pottery manufacture in the world, dating to the prehistoric Jomon period, which began 16,000 years ago.
Japanese ceramic figurines known as ‘Dogû’ (c.12,500-300 BC) Dogu are ceramic figures with animal or human features. They were produced using high quality pottery in a wide variety of shapes and sizes with curious decoration and intricate geometric designs. The figurines provide a tantalizing link to the mysterious yet remarkable Jômon people.
Ceramic figures from ancient Japan
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Late Jomon clay head Shidanai Iwateken 1500BCE～1000BCE
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Late Jomon period clay head Shidanai Japan. 1500 BCE -1000 BCE
Late Jomon clay head, Shidanai Iwateken 1500 BCE 1000 BCE. The Jōmon period (縄文時代) is the time in Prehistoric Japan from about 14,000 BCE to about 300 BCE, when Japan was inhabited by a hunter-gatherer culture which reached a considerable degree of sedentism and cultural complexity.
Important Cultural Property Deer Haniwa, excavated from Hiradokoro ruins Kofun period, Shimane Prefectural Board of Education heritageofjapan.w...
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宮岡 麻衣子 Japanese Pottery
The ancient Jomon of Japan: History and Pictures
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Dogu Figure (Japan)
Ancient Jomon Figure, Japan
Jomon Ceramics Ensui Dogu
The ancient Jomon of Japan: History and Pictures
Odo ware Teabowl 18-19th century Japan.
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Odo ware tea bowl with design of heron and reeds 18th-19th century, Edo period Stoneware with cobalt pigment under clear glaze H: 8.0 W: 11.6 cm Kochi, Japan
snowonredearth: Odo ware Teabowl 18-19th century Japan.
Odo ware tea bowl, 18-19th century, Japan
Deep Vessel with Handles, Japan: Middle Jōmon period (ca. 3500–2500 B.C.)
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Deep Vessel with Handles Middle Jōmon period (ca. 3500–2500 B.C.) Japan (Source: The Metropolitan Museum)
Vase in the form of a small gourd with a section of scrolling vine and leaves, on which crawls a ladybug. Katsuyoshi (Shōami Katsuyoshi, 1832 – 1908). Meiji 9 or 1876
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Iron vase decorated with gold, silver and red bronze by the artist Shoami (Japan), 1876.
Metal vase by SHOAMI Katsuyoshi (1832-1908), Japan 正阿弥 勝義
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Dogū (Clay figurine) (Excavated from Sugisawa site, Yuza-machi, Akumi-gun, Yamagata) Baked clay H 18.3 Jōmon period 10th-4th century B.C.
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Ceramics dogu figure 16.5 cm high (6 1/2 inch.) Japanese, Jomon Period, 1000 - 300 BC. Source: Metropolitan Museum
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Clay Dogū, decorated by means of impressions and rope.Japan, Final Jomon period (1000-300 B.C.). Dogū were human-like or animalistic clay figurines made exclusively during the Jomon period in prehistoric Japan. Their purpose remains unknown and should not be confused with the funerary figurines of later ages.The Metropolitan Museum of Art
ancientpeoples: Ceramics dogu figure 16.5 cm high (6 1/2 inch.) Japanese, Jomon Period, 1000 - 300 BC. Source: Metropolitan Museum
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the details of porcelain vase by MAKUZU (Miyagawa) Kozan (1842-1916), Japan 真葛高山