A Nabeshima Dish, Early Edo period (late 17th century)

A Nabeshima Dish, Early Edo period (late 17th century)Decorated in underglaze blue and red, green and yellow enamels with an irregular exhagonal pattern; the reverse with shippo-musubi [tied shippo] motifs, the ring foot with comb design; 15 cm diameter, 4.5 cm high. Giuseppe Piva Japanese Art at Asia Week New York 2015

Maki-e lacquer, Japan, Late Edo Period, 19th century

Maki-e lacquer, Japan, Late Edo Period, 19th century. 6.9 x 5.7 x 4.7 inches (17.5 x 14.5 x 12 cm). Giuseppe Piva Japanese Art at Asia Week New York 2015

A samurai armor from the Doi clan, 18th century

A samurai armor from the Doi clan, 18th century. Signed Joshu no ju Saotome Iesada. Giuseppe Piva Japanese Art at Asia Week New York 2015

Kōdansu

A small lacquered cabinet for incense ceremony (Kōdansu) decorated in hiramaki-e and tsuishu takamaki, Japan, 19th centuryGiuseppe Piva Japanese Art at Asia Week New York 2015

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