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News about Japanese Antiques
NEW YORK – Works by Ishiwata Koitsu and Ray Morimura will jockey for top-lot status at Jasper52’s next auction of Japanese Woodblock Prints, which will be held on Wednesday, December 28, starting at 8 pm Eastern time. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
BATH, England – A spectacular Japanese vase that depicts polar bears sold for £22,000 (about US$27,100) plus the buyer’s premium on December 2 at Ma San Auctions in Bath. The winning bidder purchased the antique ceramic via LiveAuctioneers.
PHOENIX – Phoenix Art Museum is now presenting Mr.: You Can Hear the Song of This Town, the first U.S. solo exhibition in more than five years to exclusively showcase the work of Mr., one of today’s most popular Japanese artists. The show will be on view in the museum’s Steele Gallery through March 12, 2023. Spanning the late […]
NEW YORK — Vintage porcelain has always been collectible. Some pieces can cost as much as a house, while others have more reasonable prices. Japanese culture has a rich porcelain-making tradition, driven in part by an abundance of good clay. Porcelain has been made throughout the country for centuries, and archeologists have documented at least […]