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Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, "Daiou" (Great) Motif

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1940   item# 1101242 (stock# NC-17)

Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, "Daiou" (Great) Motif
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$35 

Kashigata (wooden sweet mold,) kanji characters "Daiou" (Great) motif; Japan, early 20th C. 2-piece Paddle-type mold to make 5 sweets. L.16.75"(42.5cm) x W.2.375"(6cm) x H.1"(2.5cm.) "Daiou" could be symbolic of any type of "greatness," but was most likely a reference to the country during the Japanese Imperial era. Sweet molds, “kashigata,” have been a part of confectionary culture around the world. Well-known examples in Asia come from Japan, C ...click for details


Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Ninjin (Carrot) Motif

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1940   item# 1101240 (stock# NC-22)

Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Ninjin (Carrot) Motif
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$30.00 - PENDING SALE 

Kashigata (wooden sweet mold,) Ninjin (carrot) motif; Japan, early 20th C. Paddle-type mold with handle. L.12.375"(31.5cm) x W.3.25"(8cm) x H.1.25"(3cm.) Name of confectionery "Shirokiya" on side. Condition Note: minor insect damage to back of paddle. Sweet molds, “kashigata,” have been a part of confectionary culture around the world. Well-known examples in Asia come from Japan, China, Korea, and Indonesia. In Europe; countries such as Germany, Holland, and England ...click for details


Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Warabi (Fern) Motif

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1940   item# 1101228 (stock# NC-23)

Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Warabi (Fern) Motif
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Kashigata (wooden sweet mold,) Warabi (fiddlehead fern) motif; Japan, early 20th C. L.5.875"(15cm) x W.3"(7.5cm) x H.1"(2.25cm.) Condition Note: No top cover, bottom piece only. Sweet molds, “kashigata,” have been a part of confectionary culture around the world. Well-known examples in Asia come from Japan, China, Korea, and Indonesia. In Europe; countries such as Germany, Holland, and England have a rich history of cake mold production. Materials such as wood, ceramic, glas ...click for details


Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Cherry Leaves Motif

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1940   item# 1100846 (stock# NC-11)

Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Cherry Leaves Motif
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Kashigata (wooden sweet mold,) Cherry Leaves motif; Japan, early 20th C. L.8.5"(21cm) x W.5.0"(12.75cm) x H.1.5"(4cm.) As a symbol of spring, the cherry is often depicted in blossoms. But in this case it is the leaves that are featured. There are actually sweets that are wrapped in cherry leaves. Sweet molds, “kashigata,” have been a part of confectionary culture around the world. Well-known examples in Asia come from Japan, China, Korea, and Indonesia. In Europe; countries s ...click for details


Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Chrysanthemum Motif

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1940   item# 1100845 (stock# NC-14)

Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Chrysanthemum Motif
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Kashigata (wooden sweet mold,) Kiku (chrysanthemum) motif; Japan, early 20th C. L.5.875"(15cm) x W.3.0"(7.5cm) x H.1.75"(4.5cm.) The chrysanthemum is a symbol of late fall and was also a popular motif for celebratory occasions. Sweet molds, “kashigata,” have been a part of confectionary culture around the world. Well-known examples in Asia come from Japan, China, Korea, and Indonesia. In Europe; countries such as Germany, Holland, and England have a rich history of cake mold ...click for details


Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Minogame, Tortoise

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1940   item# 1048027 (stock# NC-10)

Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Minogame, Tortoise
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Kashigata (wooden sweet mold) with a dynamic image of a minogame (mino = "straw rain cape," kame/game = "turtle/tortoise.") Early 20th C., Japan. L.13"(33cm) x W.5"(12.5cm) x H.1.125"(2.75cm,) 1 piece paddle type mold. Some minor insect damage to back of mold (see enlargements 4 & 5.) The tortoise is a symbol of long life in Japan, and in Asia in general. In Japan, the image of a tortoise ("kame") of especially ripe old age shows seaweed growing o ...click for details


Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Bamboo Motif, Japan

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1950   item# 1047854 (stock# NC-7)

Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Bamboo Motif, Japan
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Kashigata (wooden sweet mold,) Take (bamboo) motif, Japan, early 20th C. L.7.375"(18.5cm) x W.4.375") x H.1.375"(3.5cm.) This mold features a bamboo stalk with two groupings of leaves, and the sweetmaker has written "sa-sa-ba" (bamboo leaves) on the side of the mold. Bamboo's resilient nature makes it a symbol of resilience in hard times and was a traditional symbol used for many celebratory occasions, such as births and weddings. Along with the pine and plum, it is ...click for details


Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Biwa (Loquat) Motif

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1940   item# 1047568 (stock# NC-5)

Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Biwa (Loquat) Motif
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Kashigata (wooden sweet mold,) Biwa (loquat fruit, Eriobotrya Japonica) motif, Japan, early 20th C. L.8.125"(20.5cm) x W.4.374"(11cm) x H.1.5"(4cm.) The image on this mold shows a bunch of loquat fruit, known as "biwa" in Japanese. Biwa are indegenous to SE China, and the Japanese name may refer to the oblong shape of mature fruit that resembles the shape of the musical instrument, lute (also "biwa" in Japanese.) In olden days, a type of cough medication was ma ...click for details


Kashigata (Wooden Sweet Mold,) Momiji (Japanese Maple)

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1940   item# 1047563 (stock# NC-4)

Kashigata (Wooden Sweet Mold,) Momiji (Japanese Maple)
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Kashigata (wooden sweet mold,) Momiji (Japanese Maple) motif. Japan, early 20th C. L.8.125"(20.5cm) x W.3.0"(7.5cm) x H.1.75"(3.5cm.) This kashigata displays 2 Japanese maple leaves. As seasonality was often a concern in Japanese confectionery tradition, this image would have been a lovely inference to the autumn season. The sweetmaker has marked the side of the mold "mo mi ji" (Japanese Maple) in katakana characters. Sweet molds, “kashigata,” have been a part of con ...click for details


Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Crane (Tsuru) Motif

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1940   item# 1047561 (stock# NC-3)

Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Crane (Tsuru) Motif
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Kashigata (wooden sweet mold,) Hi No De Tsuru (Rising Sun Crane) motif. Japan, early 20th C. L.7.0"(18cm) x W.3.75"(9.5cm) x H.1.625"(4cm). The Crane symbolizes long life, as does the Tortoise, in many Asian cultures. In Japan, it was a popular traditional motif for celebratory events such as weddings, New Year's, and birth. This particular example shows the rising sun, a symbol of Japan, behind the crane. The sweetmaker has written "Hi No De Tsuru (Rising Sun Crane)" ...click for details


Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Pine (Matsu) Motif

Catalogue: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1940   item# 1047557 (stock# NC-2)

Kashigata, Wooden Sweet Mold, Pine (Matsu) Motif
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Kashigata (wooden sweet mold,) Matsu (pine) motif; Japan, early 20th C. L.8.5"(21cm) x W.4.0"(10cm) x H.1.75"(4.5cm.) The pine symbolizes "evergreen" and was a popular motif for celebratory occasions such as weddings and New Year's. It is one of the "Three Friends of Winter," which also includes plum and bamboo. Sweet molds, “kashigata,” have been a part of confectionary culture around the world. Well-known examples in Asia come from Japan, China, Korea ...click for details


Takatsuki (Lacquer Footed Tray); Wood, Japan

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Folk Art: Pre 1920   item# 765723 (stock# K-55)

Takatsuki (Lacquer Footed Tray); Wood, Japan
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$120.00 

Takatsuki; footed tray. Wood with black lacquer, ca. 1900. H.1.75"(4.5cm) x Dia.6"(15cm). Such trays were used for food service or offerings. Suitable for a sweets dish in tea ceremony.


Shokudai, Japanese Candle Stand, 19th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1900   item# 417957 (stock# K-28)

Shokudai, Japanese Candle Stand, 19th C.
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$175.00 

Japanese Candle Stand, shokudai, made of lacquered wood. H.43cm(17") x Base Diameter 10cm(4"). Mid-late 19th century.Will include 2 "warosoku" (Japanese tapered candles with hole in base.)


Mushirobata Oriki, Rural Weaving Loom, late 19th C.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Wood: Pre 1900   item# 403404 (stock# 15)

Mushirobata Oriki, Rural Weaving Loom,  late 19th C.
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$900.00 

This folk weaving loom for straw mats, ropes, and the like, was a common feature in rural Japanese homes. Made of heavy keyaki wood frame and base, this "mushirobata oriki" also has a roughly hewn top crosspiece with a natural curve. H. 131cm(51.5") x W. 147cm(58") x D.(base) 46cm(18"). Late Edo to Early Meiji Era.

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