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Metalwork

Japanese Metalwork   Having had its foundation laid in antiquity, metal craft using both precious and non precious materials has achieved a high degree of refinement in Japan. This superb quality notwithstanding, metalwork does not enjoy the renown of other Japanese crafts. Yet it is well worth closer consideration as below examples of Japanese metalwork show.

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    $53.66
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    These beer cups from NOUSAKU are well known for making a beautiful and long lasting foam. Made of pure tin they have a natural matte beauty and they feel great in one' Learn More
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    $13.41
    This tin tea scoop has a very simple, but functional shape. The design combines traditional Japanese casting with contemporary shapes. Learn More
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    $239.54
    This is a gorgeous hand-made champagne cooler. The matt golden color gives it a very exquisite touch. Its simple shape emphasizes the beauty of the polishing that mirrors the surrounding light with beautiful lines. Learn More
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    $67.07
    This modern style hair brooch with a Japanese style hairstick is a beautiful hair accessory. Its closed shape of ribbons also symbolizes eternity and it therefore is a nice anniversary gift. The brooch is delivered in a beautiful wooden box. As the hair brooch is made of tin it is flexible and its shape can be bent to fit the hairstyle. Learn More
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    $47.91
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    The piece is special for its finishing. The inner side of this item is gilded; a collaborative manufacturing between craftsmen of gold leaf at Kanazawa, Ishikawa prefecture. It can be used as sake cup, seasoning cup and various table top accent, accessory container, etc. Learn More
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    $57.49
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    This modern style table bell embraces the values of Japanese craft for making Buddhist altar bells. It therefore has a beautiful and long lasting sound. The word "TENORIN" means hand-bell and means that this little bell perfectly fits into one's hand.

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    $38.33
    This wind-bell has been designed after the dancer's of the Obon festival held in late summer in Toyama prefecture - the home of NOUSAKU. The female dancers wear a traditional peasant heat and a light pink kimono. Both are very well reflected in the design of the wind-bell. Learn More
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    $21.08
    This incense burner features the motif of a Japanese helwingia leaf. The saucer is made of 100% tin giving it a natural shiny appearance. The incense stand itself is a small blue glass bead that expresses a flower. Learn More
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    $57.49
    This is a must have accessory for every cyclist who loves Japan!! The bell is made by NOUSAKU, a traditional Japanese company famous for it's wind-bells. The bicycle bell is also made of brass and also has a beautiful sound as the NOUSAKU wind-bells. Please note that the bell has been designed to be used on the left handlebar. Learn More
  10. Starting at: $14.37

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    The Japanese mini bell is make by Kashiwagi Art Foundry. It is engraved with the Japanese characters 福よせ FUKUYOSE, which means fortune. The OTAFUKU face also is a symbol for health and fortune. Learn More
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    This handmade mini bell has been made by the Kashiwagi Art Foundry. On its front it features the Japanese characters 福寿 FUKUJU, which means long life and happiness. It is available in black and gold. Learn More
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    $26.83
    This is a set of two different Japanese wind bells suspended on a bamboo holder. As each bell has a slightly different sound they create a nice harmony when wind blows. The set includes the two most popular bells from the Kashiwagi Art Foundry "Bell Cricket" and "Pine Cricket". Learn More
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    $38.33
    This is a set of three different Japanese wind bells suspended on a bamboo holder. As each bell has a slightly different sound they create a nice harmony when wind blows. The set includes the three most popular bells from the Kashiwagi Art Foundry "Fuchsia", "Bell Cricket" and "Pine Cricket". Learn More
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    These cast iron teapots are charmingly colorful. They have been designed by the Yamagata cast iron artisan Hisanori Masuda and are carefully finished with acrylic baking paint, which gives each pot a unique and very sensitive look. The inside of the teapot is coated with enamel to prevent rust. Each pot comes with a porcelain lid designed by KIRIKO. The porcelain adds a playful beauty to each colored pot. The pot also includes a strainer reaching deep towards the bottom. Thanks to its low and flat shape serving small amounts of tea is easy. Learn More
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    $143.73
    This vase made of Yamagata casting consists of 6 elements that can be used to create different flower arrangements. You can flexibly adjust the position of the holes and also variate how many tiers you use. The set comes with a kenzan, which is used to fix flowers in Ikebana. The vase also can serve as a candle holder. By adjusting the position of the holes in the upper part you can control how the light and sense comes out. It has a finishing of natural Japanese urushi lacquer with matte black pigments that gives it a strong presence. Learn More
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    $19.16
    This Yamagata casting teapot stand has been designed and crafted by Hisanori Masuda. Masuda offers items that enrich modern lifestyle, using techniques handed down through many generations. Learn More

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