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Birds-And-Flowers

鳥と花 (Tori to hana)


Throughout Asia birds and flowers have been cherished for their beauty, but they have carried rich symbolic messages as well. For example, the lotus--a delicate bloom born of the muck of a pond--was adopted early in India as a Buddhist metaphor for the beauty of the soul that can emerge from the mire of human existence. In China, Korea, and Japan, mandarin ducks have been emblems of marital fidelity, while hawks serve as symbols of military prowess. Paintings of native Japanese birds and flowers have been appreciated primarily for their evocation of the seasons and the traditional poetic emotions associated with them. See "The Brilliance of Bird-and-Flower Painting". Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Retrieved 2014-12-13.

Early 1900s Matsumoto-Do Japanese Kacho-e Bird Flower Woodblock Print
Japanese Kacho-e/Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Utagawa HIROSHIGE "Bird and Plum"
Framed Japanese Kacho-e/Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Reproduction HOKUSAI Java Sparrow
Pair of SEIZAN Kiln ARITA Ware Hand Painted Plover Bird 2.5" Ceramic Wine Cups
Old Japanese Orange Neguro Lacquered 7" Wood Box Hand Painted Bird and Flowers.
Two Japanese Cobalt Blue Porcelain 5.25" Vases by Kyouei Kiln
Vintage 3.5" Small Japanese Etched Metal CHOKIN Vase With Flower & Bird
Vintage CELEBRATE Red White OCCUPIED JAPAN 2" Tea Cup Saucer (c.1947-1952)
HIRADO (MIKAWACHI) Japanese Ceramic: 7" Ashtray by Keisho Kiln (AS IS)
NIPPON: 4" Porcelain Salt Tray with Hand Painted Bird (1891-1921, Made In Japan)
VTG Lusterware 8pc Demitasse Cup & Saucers w/ Hand Painted Birds (Made In Japan)
NORITAKE Creamer and Lidded Sugar Bowl (Vintage M-In-Wreath Identity Mark)
Vintage LUSTERWARE 5" Blue Vase w/ Flowers and Bird On Branch (Made in Japan)



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