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CC1010: Jirozaemon-bina

Antique Japanese Doll Pair of Jirozaemon-bina


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CC1010
Antique Japanese doll pair of Jirozaemon-bina, very rare and unusual Girl’s day display doll rendition of the Imperial Couple in the style of Okada Jirozaemon, a mid-18th century Kyoto doll maker, unusually round heads with painted features done in the hikime kagihana (”line eyes, hook nose”) style with small painted mouths, clothed in silk brocade textiles. The female in a kokin-bina style junihitoe gown with phoenix embroidered sleeves, the  hand painted train at the back partially remains, holding a painted folding fan at her waist, wearing a beaded wire crown. The male in a simple black ho (probable replacement), holds a wooden scepter in his right hand, a sword at his left hip, and an eboshi cap on his head. Original wooden bases covered in checked paper with striped silk front cloths. 
Condition: Minor losses, repair to male’s right hand, overall fine condition.
Figure: 10 in. high (overall 13 in. high.)
Edo Period, circa 1820.
$6200.

Provenance:
Ex Carabet Collection, California.

Published:
Collecting Japanese Antiques, Alistair Seton, p.269, fig. 479.
$6200.00
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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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NG91024: Tachibina Pair

Tachibina Pair


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NG91024
Japanese Tachibina (Imperial couple), rare and exceptionally fine standing pair for the Hina Matsuri, emperor with arms spread to the side, empress in cylindrical form, faces carved in round Jirozaemon style, textiles in a very refined tsuzure-ori tapestry weave of a deep red silk against a metallic gold background with pine, stream and wisteria patterns, trousers and accents in a rich gold kinran with foliate scroll designs, in a special wood display kimono tray with painted silk lining of a blossoming cherry tree, original wood presentation box, probably imperial commission,
17 in. high
Excellent condition.
Meiji/Taisho Period, circa 1910.
$12,000.
$12000.00
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NH21025: Tachibina

Tachibina


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NH21025
Japanese Tachibina, the simple essential form of the imperial couple used as the display for the Girl’s day celebration, constructed of kinran brocade fabric covered paper, the heads carved of wood and covered in gofun with painted features and inset hair, the male form with outstretched arms and conical legs, the female has a cylindrical form. Displayed on a contemporary bronze custom stand. Original kiri wood storage box.
Minor signs of wear and age, otherwise fine condition.
13-1/4 in. high x 8-1/2 in. x 3 in.
Edo period, circa 1840.
$2200.

$2200.00
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NH22027: Goninbayashi

A Hina Ningyo Set of Five Female Tsuzumi Percussionists, Edo Period.


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NH22027
A Hina Ningyo Set of Five Female Tsuzumi Percussionists, Edo Period. Also known as Goninbayashi, a set of five musicians for a traditional display commemorating the Girl’s Day festival, all costumed in matching  textiles of white striped blue silk robes with under kimono having coral red chirimen long sleeves embroidered in rimpa style of gold wrapped thread couched as a stream with pink silk flowers at the water’s edge. The heads are sensitively carved of wood depicting various differing delicate facial features, covered in gofun with painted features and wire and paper reinforced hair. Two ladies are seated on cylinder stools and the rest cross legged further costumed with an inro at the belt. Each musician holds a handheld Tsuzumi drum.
Iron dyed hair losses, minor white portions of garments with some deterioration and minor signs of age and wear otherwise fine condition.
Each figure measures from: 3-7/8 in. to 5-1/4 in. high x 6 in. wide  x 3 in. deep.
7 oz. (200g.)
Edo Period, circa 1800.
$1000.
$1000.00
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NH22052: Mame-bina

Antique Japanese Mame-bina Pair


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NH22052
Antique Japanese Mame-bina Pair, a smaller type of Hina ningyo for the Girl’s Day display, costumed in long formal layered robes, the female with embroidered chirimen silk sleeves and layered kinran textiles complete with folding fan and four armed beaded metal crown, the male in an embroidered white robe and a sword at the hip, the heads “bean size" carved of wood and covered in burnished gofun with painted features.
Some hair loss, discolored and faded textiles with age, minor signs of wear otherwise good condition.
3-1/2 in.high. Side by side 11 in. wide & 3-1/2 in. deep.
1.5 oz. (44 g.)
Edo period, circa 1840. 
$600.00
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NH22053: Keshi-bina Ministers

Antique Japanese Pair of Keshi-bina Ministers


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NH22053
Antique Japanese Pair of Keshi-bina Ministers. A hyper miniaturized pair for the Hina Matsuri Display for Girl’s Day in Japan. Traditionally a pair of ministers,  known as Udaijin and Sadaijin, ministers of left and right is displayed with the lord and lady on display. This size is classified as poppy seed referring to the size of the heads. Even though the term is not accurate in size, it is accurate in the idea of miniature, much like keshi pearls. Sumptuary laws in Japan in the Edo period restricted size and the marketplace reacted in an extreme way by producing the smallest size possible. Each male figure seated on a stump with a broad stance holding bows, costumed in formal attire, all supported on a fabric over wood square base. The heads and hats are carved as one out of wood covered in gofun and painted features. One figure in purple holds an arrow in his right hand. The other figure is in orange costume with three arrows on his back.
Signs of age and wear, otherwise fine condition.
Each figure measures 3-1/8 in. high x 2 in. Square (8 x 5 x 5cm).
1.2 oz. (35g.)
Edo period, early 19th century. 

$380.00
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