10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OJIME»
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Japanese Lacquer, 1600-1900: Selections from the Charles A. ...
101 NETSUKE: lacquer OJIME: metal 122. INRO with camellia and deer Tatsuke
Kokosai; early nineteenth century Six cases; raised sprinkled design (takamakie);
3.6 x 11.0 x1.9 cm. Signed Tatsuke Kokosai Ex collection: Alexander G. Moslé ...
Antique Trader Oriental Antiques & Art: An Identification ...
$75 Japanese ojime of bone, in cylindrical shape, with relief carving of a man's
face, measuring 1 5/8 in.,dating to the mid-19th century.$75 Japanese ojime
made of horn, measuring 1 1/2 in., in the shape of a horse, from the 20th century.
THIS OVERSIZE paperback book, Ojime (Abrams, $19.95), by Robert O. Kinsey,
introor msw . duces the “jewels of feudal Japan” to the general public. Intricately
sculptured in a variety of shapes and materials, ojime were cord fasteners for ...
Splendid Legacy: The Havemeyer Collection
Plate 138. lnro with ojime and netsuke, Japan, late Edo or early Meiji period, late
19th century. Inro: lacquer, pewter, shell, amber, h. 31/1. in. (8.9 cm). Signed: Ya
Chohei. Ojime: lacquer; netsuke: carved ivory. H. O. Havemeyer Collection ...
Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), 1993
A Dictionary of Japanese Loanwords
138) [< oiran] 1871 (OED) ojime [oudjimei] n. a bead sliding on a cord to keep an
inro closed. A silk cord was threaded through cord channels at either side of the [
info] body and passed through the ojime ('sliding bead') above. (Julia Hutt ...
Netsuke: Japanese Life and Legend in Miniature
The stick, now transformed into a netsuke; the bead or ojime; and the nest of
boxes, or inro make up a set (see page 27 plus Frontispiece and Plate 1). The
techniques and skills necessary for producing a lacquer inro are quite different
Collecting Japanese Antiques
Ojime. Ojime hold an inrō or other dangler closed, or let it open; the ojime acts as
a brakeon the cord passing through its center. Very small ( 1/21 inch, 1.52 cm),
ojimehad colors chosen to set off the bigger inrō and netsuke; pink coral was ...
Micro-Macrame: 30 Beaded Designs for Jewelry Using Crystals ...
Offers thirty beautiful projects that look like stained glass using fine cords, special knots, and crystal beads, including necklaces and watch bands, enhanced with step-by-step instructions, more than five hundred color photos, and more.
Ojime, blue glaze. 21,099. Black and gold lacquered inrd. Decoration, cedar and
deer. Maker, Kdgiyoku. Netsuke, ivory, miniature box inlaid with shell and coral.
Ojime, amber. 21.088. Gold-lacquered inrd. Decoration, Takasago pine and ...
University of Pennsylvania. University Museum, 1897
21,101. Gold lacquered inrd. Decoration, chrysanthemums at court. Netsuke,
gold lacquer representing empress's fan. Ojime, blue glaze. 21,099. Black and
gold lacquered inrd. Decoration, cedar and deer. Maker, K6giyoku. Netsuke,
5 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «OJIME»
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For refined style: 'second best will never do'
I have inherited some beautiful ojime, handmade in Japan in about 1890. These are beads of wood and ivory, some lacquered, others carved ... «New Zealand Herald, Aug 12»
Treasures and tales abound at Textile Museum's annual 'yardage' sale
They are called ojime — hand-carved beads invented in 17th century Japan to cinch a purse hanging from a kimono belt. Kirby discovered ... «Toronto Star, May 12»
Saskia's good luck charm
The netsuke shared the burden with a little sliding bead known as ojime, which was strung on the cord between the netsuke and the sagemono and helped the ... «Sunday Times.lk, Oct 11»
Joe Rosson: Netsuke figures likely made for tourist trade
This box (or pouch) was attached to a cord that was run through an ojime and then through a netsuke. The ojime was sort of a ball that was ... «Knoxville News Sentinel, Sep 11»
AMERICANS ENTHUSIASTIC FOR JAPANESE ART SHOWN BY …
... together with an old amber globular ojime with fossilised ant inclusions. Another piece from the Norskog collection, a charming ivory carving ... «ArtfixDaily, Mar 11»