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  • Pair of Japanese Rosewood and Bamboo Round Hibachi
    Located in Hudson, NY
    With solid walnut tops, can be used as side tables.
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    20th Century Japanese More Asian Art, Objects and Furniture

    Materials

    Bamboo, Walnut, Rosewood

  • Japanese 19th Century Keyaki Wood Rectangular Hibachi with Copper Liner
    Located in Yonkers, NY
    A Japanese rectangular keyaki wood hibachi from the 19th century, with copper liner. Used for cooking or warming sake or tea, this elegant Japanese 19th century hibachi features a re...
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    Antique 19th Century Japanese Furniture

    Materials

    Copper

  • Rustic Japanese Meiji Period Freeform Hibachi with Unusual Design, circa 1880
    Located in Yonkers, NY
    A Japanese Meiji period freeform hibachi from the late 19th century, with unusual design. Created in Japan during the Meiji period, this freeform hibachi will make for a great decora...
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    Antique Late 19th Century Japanese Meiji Planters and Jardinieres

    Materials

    Wood

  • Japanese Antique Blue and Black Glazed Ceramic Hibachi for Drinking Saké
    Located in Yonkers, NY
    A Japanese antique ceramic hibachi from the early 20th century with dark blue and black glaze and circular shape. This antique Japanese ceramic hibachi, originating from the early 20th century, boasts a captivating blend of dark blue and black glaze that exudes a mysterious and enchanting aura. The hibachi's circular shape, characteristic of traditional Japanese design, adds to the allure of this distinctive piece while promoting a sense of harmony and balance. This design, rooted in Japanese tradition, allows for optimal heat distribution when used for its intended purpose of warming a room or making saké. The hibachi's rounded form also promotes a sense of unity and balance, which is a fundamental aspect of Japanese aesthetics. While this antique hibachi...
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    Early 20th Century Japanese Planters and Jardinieres

    Materials

    Ceramic

  • Meiji Period Japanese Wood Root Round Hibachi with Brown Patina, circa 1900
    Located in Yonkers, NY
    An antique Japanese Meiji period wood root hibachi from the early 20th century, with brown patina. Born in Japan during the early years of the 20th c...
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    Early 20th Century Japanese Meiji Planters and Jardinieres

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    Wood

  • Antique Japanese Edo Makie Lacquered Stand Hibachi Brazier Tea Fire Bowl Brass
    Located in Dayton, OH
    Antique Japanese late Edo / Tokugawa period Hibachi used for burning coal, as a portable heater, and as a heating device for a pot of tea. In today’s interiors, they are wonderful co...
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    Antique 19th Century Edo Lacquer

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    Brass

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