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  • Japanese Antiques | Trocadero

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    Antique Japanese Works of Art Antique Japanese decorative arts from the Meiji and Edo periods and before. Select from thousands of ceramics listings including porcelain, stoneware and earthenware pottery.

  • Home • Schelma Japanese Antiques, Arts & Crafts

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    The first section of our online shop is about Japanese antiques Ancient traditional furniture - tansu and folk art - mingei are our speciality As we buy most of our tansu from small dealers and even sometimes directly from private houses, it is vital to restore or at least to clean up most of them.

  • Japanese Art Dealers - Manhattan Art and Antiques Center

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    SHOP THE NATION'S PREMIER FINE ART & ANTIQUES MALL. Celebrating now its 45th Anniversary (founded in 1974), The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, is the nation's largest with 100 galleries and over 40 categories representing America's top dealers in every category or arts and antiques.

  • Kuraya – Japanese Antiques, Tansu, Furniture & Arts

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    Kuraya offers a wide selection of fine Japanese tansu, furniture, and antique collectibles from the 18th - 19th Century. Each item is hand picked in Japan by our owner and shipped directly to the U.S. Our collection includes a variety of Japanese antiques such as tansu chests, ikebana baskets, buddhist arts, garden stone lantern.

  • Japanese Antique Shop

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    About Us. For the past 20 years, we have specialized in selling Japanese furniture (tansu), architectural pieces, and decorative accessories. By buying directly from Japan, we offer antiques rich with culture that can be brought into your home.

  • Asian Antiques - Gannons Antiques

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    Asian antiques have been collected though out the centuries for their fine workmanship and very early place in history. Today antique Chinese porcelain and jade as well as antique Japanese dragon are very collectible.

  • Kuraya – Page 2 – Japanese Antiques, Tansu, Furniture & Arts

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    Kuraya offers a wide selection of fine Japanese tansu, furniture, and antique collectibles from the 18th - 19th Century. Each item is hand picked in Japan by our owner and shipped directly to the U.S. Our collection includes a variety of Japanese antiques such as tansu chests, ikebana baskets, buddhist arts, garden stone lantern.

  • japanese-antiques.com - Finest Japanese Tsuba, and Japanese ...

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    Welcome to Japanese Tsuba.com !!! I have knowledge of, and specialize in, Japanese Tsuba and the following areas of Japanese Art: after 33 years in the business both as a collector and a dealer I can confidently say that I am an expert, treat my friends and customers fairly, am doing this business because I like it, and am a collector as well as a dealer but often sell items from my collection ...

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  • John Bly

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    John Bly FRSA (born 1939) is an English antiques dealer, author, after-dinner speaker and broadcaster who is best known from the BBC Antiques Roadshow (UK). He attended Berkhamsted School and his career began with Sotheby's, where he worked for four years before joining his family business in Tring (John Bly Antiques, started by John Bly's great grandfather). He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths. For two years he was elected a chairman of the British Antique Dealers' Association (BADA). John Bly appeared on the highly popular BBC One chat show Wogan in the late 1980s, during the height of his Antiques Roadshow fame, and entertained the viewing millions by playing a pair of antique silver spoons as musical instruments. He is the author of Antiques Masterclass: dating and identifying your period pieces. He is also an accomplished jazz drummer and once considered going professional. Bly has two sons, both of whom are antique dealers.

  • Loo table

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    Folded late 18th century English loo table with Japanese motifs.Loo table is a table model from the 18th and 19th centuries, originally designed for the card game loo, which was also known as lanterloo. The typical loo table has an oval or round top, and a hinged mechanism fitted to a pedestal base, enabling the table to be easily stored when not in use. Sometimes, antique dealers call any table with a folding mechanism a "loo table", even if the table top is square or rectangular. A loo-table stands in the hall at Midnight Place in the children's fiction book Midnight is a Place by Joan Aiken.

  • Sadajirō Yamanaka

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    Sadajirō Yamanaka in 1928Yamanaka Sadajirō (山中定次郎, August 20, 1866 - October 30, 1936) was an Osaka, Japan-based art dealer who arrived in the United States in 1894, opening a small antique shop in Chelsea, New York City. He subsequently founded Yamanaka & Company, which in 1917 took over a five-story building on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Yamanaka operated branch offices in Boston, Chicago, London, Paris, Shanghai and Beijing, and negotiated purchases and provided expertise, while making foundational donations, to Japanese and Chinese collections in major European and American galleries in the early- to mid-20th Century. After Yamanaka's death, Yamanaka & Company continued to operate under the direction of his heirs, as well as art dealer Harumichi Yatsuhashi (1886-1982), director of its Boston branch, but saw its substantial New York, Chicago, and Boston inventories confiscated and auctioned by the U.S. Government's Office of Alien Property Custodian in 1944. Yamanaka & Company reopened after World War II and continued to operate in a reduced capacity in the 1950s and 1960s.

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