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Ikebana is the art of Japanese flower arranging, an art that has been part of Japanese culture for several hundred years.  Hand woven from a variety of grasses and fibers, they are intricate and unique.  We have both signed and unsigned baskets, and they typically date to the Meiji period (c. 1880) through the Taisho Era (1920s).

In addition to ikebana baskets, we have Chinese market baskets, and a variety of wooden buckets from both Japan and China.  Below is a selection our baskets, please contact us for specific requests and additional pictures.  


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20.5" tall, 7" diameter
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23.5" tall, 7" diameter
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"Nijugiri" two-tiered flower arranger, crafted from timber bamboo with copper liners.
6.5" in diameter and 26.5" tall
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Woven bamboo charcoal caddy with tin liner
16" high and 14" wide


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11.5" tall
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14" tall charcoal caddy
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17" tall
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Ikebana flower basket
18" high and 8" in diameter
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8" tall and 13" diameter

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