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CC1031: Takeda Ningyo Shishimae Dancer

Antique Japanese Takeda Ningyo Shishimae Dancer


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CC1031
Antique Japanese Takeda Ningyo, an early type depicting a Shishimae dancer dressed in kinran brocade kimono sleeves thrown back to reveal chirimen silk crepe undercoat with gold-wrapped thread embroidered flower design on sleeves, poised in an animated wide stance performing a traditional lion mask dance with the lion mask having a hinged jaw in his right hand, the boyish figure’s head carved of wood covered in gofun with small fine painted features, standing on a black lacquered box base with painted inset front panel.
Minor signs of age slightly faded costume, otherwise fine condition.
Figure measures 8-3/4 in. high (overall 10-1/2 in. high including stand.).
Edo Period, circa 1780.
$3400.


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Ex Carabet Collection, California.

$3400.00
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CC1036: Takeda Ningyo Kabuki Actor

Antique Japanese Takeda Ningyo Kabuki Actor


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CC1036
Japanese Takeda ningyo of a Kabuki actor in the role of a dynamic Samurai with one sword at his hip. a bow in his left hand and arrows at his back, a frowning expressive face in Kabuki style, his right sleeve embroidered in gold wrapped and couched thread depicting the tied marriage rocks at Futami in Ise, all situated on a traditional Takeda base having an embroidered inset panel.
Minor signs of wear and age, otherwise fine condition.
16 in. high with base.
Edo period, circa 1800.

$2600.

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Ex Carabet Collection, California.

$2600.00
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CC1049: Takeda Ningyo Urashima Taro and Otohime

Antique Japanese Takeda Ningyo Urashima Taro and Otohime


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CC1049
Japanese Takeda Ningyo depicting two actors from the tale of Urashima Taro and Otohime with sumptuous brocade costumes and exaggerated positions, sharing a stage box base with inset embroidered panel. The fisherman, Urashima Taro holds the gifted box containing time and a fishing pole in the other hand, on his back a fishing basket and at his feet the longevity tortoise. The Undersea Dragon Princess, Otohime costumed in Chinese style with ruffled chirimin silk details, holds a Chinese style fan. The heads carved of wood covered in gofun with painted features and attached hair (replaced).
Minor signs of wear otherwise fine condition.
12 in. high x 18 in. wide  x 6 in. deep.
Edo period, Circa 1800. 
$3750.


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Ex Carabet Collection, California.

$3750.00
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CC1110: Takeda Ningyo Boy Entertainer

Antique Japanese Takeda Ningyo Boy Entertainer


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CC1110
Japanese Takeda Ningyo of a boy entertainer holding a circular standard, costumed in fine brocades, dragon and cloud embroidered chirimen silk sleeves, the feet, hands and head carved of wood covered in burnished gofun, the circular face painted with boyish features having an open mouth amused expression, circular haircut painted and inset hair top knot complete with sword, standing with left foot forward on a traditional Takeda style box base with front cutout panel having an embroidered wave design on chirimen silk inset panel.
Fine condition.
17-1/4 in. high with standard and base.
Edo period, circa 1800. 
$2800.


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Ex Carabet Collection, California.

$2800.00
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NG83141: Japanese Takeda Ministers

Japanese Takeda Ministers


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NG83141
Japanese Takeda Hina Ningyo, of a pair of seated ministers for the Girl’s day display, each costumed in matching brocades characteristics the house of Takeda, supported on lacquered and gold painted box bases, each with swords, arrows and bow, the heads carved of wood with several layers of burnished gofun, painted features and inset hair, one figure representing a young man with black hair and the other representing an old man with white hair. Gofun crack to young minister’s chin and old minister’s cheek, minor signs of wear and losses otherwise fine condition. Original wood storage boxes.
Each Measuring: 19 in. High x 12 in. Wide x 10 in. Deep.
Edo period, circa 1820.
$2500./pair
$2500.00
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NH11013: Takeda Ningyo Kabuki Actor with Yoroi

takeda yoroi


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NH11013
Japanese Takeda Ningyo, depicting a kabuki actor on the stage possibly in the role of Soga no Goro Tokimune, dressed in kinran dragon & cloud brocade textiles and chirimen silk crepe sleeves embroidered in a couched silver wrapped thread rock & wave design, a narrow stance holding an arrow, and a bow with sword at the hip , suit of armor at the back and a cap tied around his neck, the head carved of wood covered in gofun with fine painted features and inset hair, standing on a black lacquered box stage base with embroidered inset front panel.
Minor losses & restorations, otherwise fine condition.
16-3/4 in. high overall.
Edo Period, ca. 1800.
$3500.
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NH12119: Small Takeda with Unfinished Wood Stand

Small Takeda with unfinished wood stand


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NH12119
Japanese Takeda Ningyo, depicting a kabuki actor on the stage, dressed in kinran dragon & cloud brocade coat with sleeves thrown back, chirimen silk crepe sleeves of inner coat embroidered in a couched gold wrapped thread dragonfly design popular for warrior class, standing with left foot kicked forward, holding aloft a tobacco pipe in the right hand and an arrow in the left hand, a sword at the waist, the head carved of wood covered in gofun with fine painted youthful features and inset hair, tall court hat with paper ribbon, on a traditional unfinished kiri wood box stage base on four feet with embroidered inset front panel.
Small gofun crack at the chin, minor signs of age, otherwise fine condition.
16 in. high overall.
Edo Period, ca. 1820.
$2200.
$2200.00
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NH21006: Standing Emperor, Sabosama Sakan Suru

standing Emperor, Sabosama Sakan Suru


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NH21006
Early Japanese Takeda Ningyo, depicting an actor on stage in the role of an emperor, standing, costumed in silk and kinran brocades holding a paper scepter (shaku), the head carved of wood inclusive of the the peaked gold imperial hat, covered in layers of burnished gofun with painted features, displayed on a traditional black lacquered stage base with inset painted panel depicting a dragon. Applied paper label on the back of stand, translated as “Sabosama Sakan Suru” (?).
Textile restorations, minor gofun losses to the hands, otherwise fine condition.
Measuring: 12-1/4 in. high overall.
Edo period, circa 1780.
$2200.00
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NH21019: Kumagai Takeda

Kumagai Takeda


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NH21019
Early Japanese Takeda Ningyo of a kabuki actor in the role of Kumagai Naozane from the play Kumagai Jinya (1751) based on the Atsumori chapter from the classic Tale of Heike, where Kumagai retells the story of taking Atsumori’s head, standing upright holding a fan in his left hand, costumed in a green cloud & dragon kinran brocade kabuki outfit, and the traditional long pant legs to accentuate the movement of the actor, the sleeves with cloud couched embroidery on chirimen silk, the head and hair carved of wood covered in gofun with painted features, all on a traditional small black lacquered stage base with inset foliage painted panel.
Signs of age, minor textile restoration on lapel, otherwise fine condition.
Measuring overall: 14 in. high x 7-1/4 in. wide x 6 in. deep.
Edo period, Circa 1780.
$3400.
$3400.00
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NH22041: Takeda Ningyo Kabuki Pair

Antique Japanese Takeda Ningyo Doll Set of two kabuki actors on the stage.


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NH22041
Antique Japanese Takeda Ningyo Doll Set of two kabuki actors on the stage. Each figure with a wide stance turning to look at one another. The figures are costumed in silks, kinran brocades and birodo velvet, one with long trousers, chirimen sleeves embroidered in a bamboo fence design carrying two swords at the hip and a stick in his right hand, the other in robes, the outer birodo robe dyed iron black with subsequent deterioration couched with dynamic swirl design and some sort of stage prop in the foreground. The heads are carved of wood covered in gofun with insets for the hair and detailed painted features expressing the kabuki “mie” expression. All standing on a traditional Takeda-style black lacquered wood stage with cutout front panel backed with fabric.
Signs of age, deterioration of black birodo textile revealing the wire, paper and cotton underside, otherwise fine condition.

10 in. high x 14-1/2 in. wide x 5-1/8 in. deep

14 oz. (380g.)

Edo period, circa 1800.

$1600.00
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NH22042: Takeda Ningyo Sojobo

Takeda Ningyo Sojobo


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NH22042
Antique Japanese Takeda Ningyo, depicting an older actor on the stage in the role of Sojobo, the leader of the tengu on Mt. Kurama who taught Yoshitsune martial skills dramatized in the “Heiji Monogatari”, standing here with the left leg outstretched costumed in layered kimono of kinran paper cloth brocades with sleeves tossed back on two layers, revealing the tatewaku design couched and satin stitch embroidered on chirimen creped silk sleeves. The left hand holds the distinctive yuzuriha feather fan and in the right hand a smokers set composed of wooden basket, fire pot and pipe cylinder. The head is carved of wood grooved to depict age lines, covered in layers of burnished gofun with painted features and inset white hair and brows. The figures holds this dynamic pose on a traditional black lacquered stage base with characteristic inset embroidered panel.
Minor signs of age, wear, losses and restorations, otherwise fine condition.
Measuring overall: 13-3/8 in. high x 9-1/2 in. wide x 6-3/4 in deep.
1 lb. 3 oz. (530g.)
Edo period, circa 1840.

$1800.00
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NH22043: Takeda Ningyo Wandering Samurai

Antique Japanese Takeda ningyo of a Kabuki actor in the role of a wandering Samurai 


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NH22043
Antique Japanese Takeda ningyo of a Kabuki actor in the role of a wandering Samurai with one sword at his hip, a staff in his left hand and an armor backpack at his back. The head carved of wood covered in gofun, inset hair, modeled top knot and painted features in the traditional kabuki mie expression of a frowning expressive face. The figure wears layers of kinran kimono with the top two sleeves thrown back billowing at his waist, the revealed sleeves are of chirimen crepe silk, his right sleeve embroidered in gold wrapped couched thread depicting the tied marriage rocks at Futami in Ise. Also fine embroidery work is seen on the cuffs of the rest of the garments. The figure stands dynamically on a tree stump with the right leg extended forward and the toe raised in classic kabuki style. all situated on a traditional Takeda stage style base having a matching embroidered inset panel.
Minor signs of wear, hair loss, pigment loss and age otherwise fine condition.
Measuring overall 12-1/4 in. high x 7-1/4 in. wide x 5 in. deep.
10 oz. (270g.)
Edo period, circa 1840.


$1250.00
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NH22044: Takeda Ningyo Oiran

Takeda Ningyo Oiran


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NH22044
Antique Japanese Takeda ningyo of an Oiran or a kabuki actor in the role of a legendary high ranking courtesan, a standing figure costumed in layered kimono,  descending on her sloping shoulders with the outer robe a kinran brocade of a large leaf pattern on a blue field. The large brocade obi tied in front indicating her rank. The head carved of one piece of wood covered in burnished gofun with painted features and inset hair. She stands with only her right hand extended forward. The figure is supported on an unfinished kiri wood elevated Takeda style stage base with front cut outs having a fabric backing.
Minor losses mostly to the inset hair, hairline cracks to the gofun covered head, signs of age and minor restorations otherwise fine condition.
12-1/2 in. high x  8 in. wide x 4-3/4 in. deep overall.  
6 oz. (154g.)
Edo period, circa 1840. 

$850.00
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NH22045: Takeda Ningyo Murasame

Takeda Ningyo Murasame


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NH22045
Antique Japanese Takeda Ningyo, depicting  Murasame carrying a shiokumi (salt brine bucket) suspended on the end of a pole, dressed in layered kimono, the top layer arms withdrawn revealing the long crepe silk chirimen sleeves underneath, embroidered in a design of flowers over waves couched in gold wrapped thread. The head and hands carved of wood covered in burnished gofun. The facial features painted including the open mouth. The inset hair is piled in a high chignon. The figure stands on a Takeda style unfinished kiri wood stage box base with cutout panel backed in kinran brocade.
Minor gofun crack to the chin and neck, minor fading, losses & staining to the textiles, otherwise fine condition.
12-1/2 in high overall, base 7 in. x 4-1/2 in.
9 oz. (260g.)
Edo Period, ca. 1840.

$950.00
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UH20120: Halberd Takeda Ningyo

Halberd Takeda Ningyo 


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UH20120
Japanese Takeda Ningyo depicting a Kabuki actor in a fierce role with brocade costumes and exaggerated positions, complimentary chirimen sleeves embroidered with a carp leaping from the waves. He holds a tall halberd. The head  carved of wood covered in gofun with painted features in the mie expression and attached hair on the sides and top knot. He stands with his right foot propped on a tree stump and the left foot outstretched with big toe pointing up displayed  on his own black lacquered stage box base with inset embroidered panel characteristic of Takeda Ningyo.
One small crack to the gofun on the chin, other minor signs of wear otherwise excellent condition.
Measuring overall: 22 inches high x 8 in. deep x 11-1/4 in. wide.
The figure from head to toe measures 12 in. high.
1 lb. 10 oz.
Edo period. Circa 1840. 

$3500.00
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UH20121: Takeda Ningyo with waves

Takeda Ningyo with waves


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UH20121
Japanese Takeda Ningyo depicting an actor from a Kabuki play in a role of a warrior at the sea with his anchor design embroidered on the sleeve and the stage prop waves in the foreground. The costume made of chirimen silk, birodo velvet and kinran brocades. He stands in an exaggerated position with his left foot elevated on a tree stump and his left foot outstretched with his big toe slightly raised. He holds a bow and a fan. There are two swords at his hip. The head is carved of wood covered in gofun with painted features in the mie expression. He had  a top knot and inset hair. He stands on his own Takeda-style black lacquered stage box base with inset embroidered panel.
Minor signs of wear otherwise excellent condition.
Measuring overall 15 in. high x 8-1/2 in. deep x 12 in. wide.
The doll from toe to head measures 12 in. high.
1 lb. 15 oz.
Edo period, circa 1840. 

$3000.00
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