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Catalogue presenting 198 different mounted fabric silk samples, Kyoto, Japan

 Fonds — Folder: SC-Acc-2016-0118, Box: data_value_missing_cbcd34721d87faa21876ab0aff8dd03e, Box: data_value_missing_f34949f74c48e874d293899098ed80c3
Identifier: Coll-1762
Scope and Contents Album/Catalogue with board covers in purple soft fabric with Japanese script which may once have been gilded. The album contains 198 mounted and different silk samples in various colours or shades.
Dates: 1908

Ikebana manuscripts compiled by Yamanaka Chuzaemon entitled 'Shinsen Heika Zui' (New Selection of Illustrated Flower Arrangement)

 Fonds — Box: CLX-A-368
Identifier: Coll-1862
Scope and Contents Two volumes comprising 52 leaves with 100 water-colour illustrations (three double-pages) with captions in Japanese. One page of Japanese text at the end of volume two. The illustrations are finely drawn and painted in delicate colours, all well preserved, and depict 100 flower arrangements of Ikenobo rikka style. Two different kinds are mentioned; Rokkakudo and Takada Anryubo. These volumes are read from right to left.
Dates: Genroku II (1698)

Illustrated calligraphic ms - c. 1850-1865 - devoted to the ceramic vessels used in the Japanese Tea Ceremony

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-1693
Scope and Contents The four volumes comprising the illustrated ms on paper are entitled: Ko Bon Zu-e Ko, and Meibutsu Chajin Zu-e. These are volumes containing c. 188 watercolour illustrative diagrams of regional or speciality utensils – ceramic vessels or tea caddies - for students of the tea ceremony, chajin, and illustrations of incense trays and boxes.The volumes are gathered in a cover which holds the...
Dates: 1850-1865

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