Japanese Marks & Seals: On Pottery, Illuminated Manuscripts, Printed Books, Lacquer, Enamels, Metal, Wood and Ivory
This encyclopedic work, originally published at the end of the nineteenth century, is an indispensable tool for the collector or student of Japanese art and production. The works and seals in this volume were gathered from many sources, notably for the authors' own collection, the collection at Dresden, the British Museum, and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
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a.d. A forgery ancient iron Sword-guard artist Banko Bizen ware Bowes Collection Bowl of Old bronze Mirror Carved century Chinese mark cloisonne colours copied crest Cup of porcelain decorated in Tokio Dish Dresden Collection early ware egg-shell porcelain enamel Engraved example factory faience Fujiwara Hira-kana hitsusu Hizen Impressed inscription Ise ware ivory Netsuke Japanese Kaga Kano Kano school Kawamoto Masukichi Kiku Kioto Kutani lacquer lower character maker maker's name makimono manufacture middle period ware Mikawachi Ming modern porcelain modern ware Netsuke Nip-pon Niudo Old Japan oribon Owari Painted in black Painted in blue Painted in gold Painted in red painter pottery prince province Raku relief sake Cup Satsuma Saucer Se-to seal seisu Seto signifying Soga monogatari Stamped stoneware style Tea Bowl Teapot of Ise Ten-ka ichi Thsing Tohio Tokio Tosa Tosa school Tozan tsukuru upper characters utsusu Vase of porcelain volume Wan-li word yegaku Yeiraku Zodiac