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Postby fkc » Sat Jan 14, 2012 1:39 pm

I was interested in the article you put up, Old Kappa. There seems to be some disagreement about when the Japanese started to use the cloisonné technique:

http://www.kitsunegaroo.com/cloisonne.asp

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Postby LUBlub » Wed Jan 25, 2012 9:46 am

As contribution, this one, Gourd.
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Postby chonchon » Wed Jan 25, 2012 10:05 am


Something missing perhaps, but that's beautiful, lub.
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Postby Suzume » Fri Jan 27, 2012 2:58 pm

Just ran across this ashtray while perusing the on-line collection of the AsIan Art Museum in San Fransisco. They date as 19th C., cloisonnnne over copper. (tech note: Sorry to not be attaching properly but I'm posting from my iPhone and it doesn't have Flash)

http://67.52.109.59:8080/emuseum/internal/media/dispatcher/4904/resize:format$003dfull

Arggh! The weblink needs that last little bit to work properly...since it was more than one line the posting editor didn't pick it up properly. Help!!
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Postby LUBlub » Fri Jan 27, 2012 3:04 pm


Sromaine wrote:Just ran across this ashtray while perusing the on-line collection of the AsIan Art Museum in San Fransisco. They date as 19th C., cloisonnnne over copper. (tech note: Sorry to not be attaching properly but I'm posting from my iPhone and it doesn't have Flash)

[url=http://67.52.109.59:8080/emuseum/internal/media/dispatcher/4904/resize:format$003dfull[/QUOTE]http://67.52.109.59:8080/emuseum/internal/media/dispatcher/4904/resize:format$003dfull[/QUOTE[/url]]

Can't open Sue...
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Postby DSW90049 » Fri Jan 27, 2012 3:22 pm

Link doesn't work, Sue but . . .

Don't use it as a link, just block and paste the whole thing including the end part, into your browser - it comes up on my Mac as an item to open, and then I can see it on Text Edit..

It is really pretty . . . .

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Postby OldKappa » Fri Jan 27, 2012 3:37 pm

Click here for the photo or here for the details.

San Francisco Asian Art Museum: Netsuke, Inro, Tonkotsu

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Postby DSW90049 » Fri Jan 27, 2012 3:57 pm

Thank you, Old Kappa!

The SF Museum, by the way, has much of the Avery Brundage collection and is well worth visiting, or simply browsing through their netsuke, etc., on the link above which Old Kappa provided.

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Postby LUBlub » Sat Jan 28, 2012 4:08 pm


OldKappa wrote:Click here for the photo or here for the details.

San Francisco Asian Art Museum: Netsuke, Inro, Tonkotsu


Tks. Antonio, very nice visit to do, splendid pieces.
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