Japanese antiques

Immerse yourself in the rich history and craftsmanship of Japanese antiques. Explore our top picks and add a touch of elegance to your home with these timeless treasures.
Japanese Porcelain, Japanese Vase, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Antiques, Satsuma Vase, Japanese Studio, Kintsugi, China Painting, Japanese

Studio Earthenware Vase by Ito Tozan, Meiji (1868-1912) Period It is 7.5 inches (19 cm) tall by 6 inches (15 cm) wide. It is in good condition with no repairs, chips, or cracks. Our Guarantee: We stand behind all of the items that we sell. That is to say, if you purchase an item from us and are unhappy with it for any reason, return it for a 100% refund of the amount you originally paid. All you need to do is return the item to us within 10 days of receipt and in the same condition that we…

Antique Furniture, Home, Furniture Design, Design, Japanese Furniture, Japanese Joinery, Japanese House, Japanese Woodworking, Japanese Antiques

Cabinetry for the storage of ceramics, foodstuffs, and tea wares offers us a variety of chests and cupboards for our own kitchen and entertainment storage needs. The history of such kitchen chests, known as Mizuya-dansu dates back to the Edo period in the town of Hikone near Lake Biwa. It was here that a tall stacking chest, placed near the cooking area, originated. They had plenty of drawers and sliding doors with a depth of 17-20 inches. Quite often the chests accumulated the rich…

Marinela Kozelj
Home Décor, Art, Antiques, Japanese Antiques, Japanese Decor, 1stdibs, Japanese, Antique Cabinets, Asian Art

A Japanese hardwood shodana with inlaid and lacquer decoration, Meiji Period 1868-1912, by Shoso Kosen, bearing two character signature and red seal, with various shelves, cupboards, recesses and drawers inlaid in ivory, bone, mother of pearl and lacquer with numerous animals, insects, flower and family subjects including children, gardeners, a smoking man sat on faggot bales, a mother with two children, the stem of a large blossom on a basket weave ground, praying mantis, rhinoceros beetle…

Takamashi Sarada