Daruma Magazine - A Complete Run Of All 70 Magazines Ever Published. From 1993 To 2011. All Housed in 4 Japanese Inspired Pictorial Clamshell Cases

By: Seton Alistair (edited)

Price: £600.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Fine with no dust jacket


DARUMA was first published in 1993, as an English Language Magazine which was easy-to-use and for readers to-visually-appreciate the various forms which Japanese people have used over the centuries to express what was of value and appreciated by men and women who grew up in these islands & this climate." . Articles cover all aspects of many and various Japanese Arts including : - Architecture; Armour/Arms; Sword Fittings - Fuchi-gashira, Kgai, Kozuka and Menuki; Bonsai; Buddhism; Cloisonn/Shipp; Confectionery; Carving; Sculpture; Ceramics; Sak Holders; Prints; Calligraphy; Dolls/Ningy; Folk Toys; Furniture/Mingei; Pharmacy Shop Signs; Fire-fighters Jackets; Keys and Locks; Horse Trappings; Glass; Ivory; Lacquer; Lanterns; Meiji Master-hands; Meiji Photographs; Japanese Magic Lantern Slides; Metalwork; Militaria; Picture Postcards; Old Books; Japanese crpe paper books; Old Coins; Painting; Collecting Japanese Screens; Doro-e (Distempered Paintings) ; Pottery; Satsuma Earthenware; Seals & Marks on Kutani Ceramics; Japanese Art Restoration; Sagemono; Bokut (Doctors Swords) ; Obidome; KirinLegendary Divine Animals; Inr; Sennin (Hill Hermits) ; Netsuke; Yatate (Writing Brush Holders) ; Silver; Textiles; Kimonos; Obi - Patterns and Techniques; Bingata Dyeing; Ak Dants (Rugs) ; Ukiyo-e/Woodblock Prints; Edo Ukiyo-e Prints in Works of European Artists; Shin-hanga -Takahashi Shteis Life and Work; etc, etc, etc. Daruma Magazine was a quarterly English language magazine published in Amagasaki, Japan and devoted to Japanese art and antiques. It was published by Takeguchi Momoko and edited by author Alistair Seton. It commenced publication in 1993. The magazine ceased publication in 2011, with Issue 70 (Vol. 18, No. 2) being its last. All Magazines Housed in 4 separate Japanese-Inspired Pictorial Clamshell Cases - 1-18; 19-36; 37-53; 54-70. These solander boxes and contents are VERY heavy weighing in at around 4.5 to 5 Kilos each. However this is an opportunity to acquire the COMPLETE SET of DARUMA Magazines ever printed. Wonderful and most attractive informative magazines - almost all in Fine to As new condition, just a couple with the tips of corners creased. NO inscriptions or marks that I can see, anywhere. These magazines/boxes are VERY heavy and MAY require extra postage depending on your location. SEE IMAGES. ; Each magazine - 4to 11" - 12" tall

Title: Daruma Magazine - A Complete Run Of All 70 Magazines Ever Published. From 1993 To 2011. All Housed in 4 Japanese Inspired Pictorial Clamshell Cases

Author Name: Seton Alistair (edited)

Categories: Illustrated, Architecture. Art. Crafts, India/Burma/Asia, Antiques. Collecting, Magazines, Newspapers, Periodicals,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Amagasaki, Japan, Takeguchi Momoko: 2011

Binding: Paperbacks

Book Condition: Fine with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 119994

Keywords: Daruma Magazine - A Complete Run Of All 70 Magazines Ever Published. From 1993 To 2011. All Housed In 4 Japanese Inspired Pictorial Clamshell Cases Daruma Magazine Was A Quarterly English Language Magazine Published In Amagasaki, Japan And Devoted To Japanese Art And Antiques. It Was Published By Takeguchi Momoko And Edited By Author Alistair Seton It Commenced Publication In 1993. The Magazine Ceased Publication In 2011, With Issue 70 (vol. 18, No. 2) Being Its Last. The COMPLETE SET Of DARUMA Magazines Ever Printed. Articles Cover All Aspects Of Many And Various Japanese Arts Including:- Architecture; Armour/arms; Sword Fittings - Fuchi-gashira, Kgai, Kozuka And Menuki; Bonsai; Buddhism; Cloisonn/shipp; Confectionery; Carving; Sculpture; Ceramics; Sak Holders; Prints; Calligraphy; Dolls/ningy; Folk Toys; Furniture/mingei; Pharmacy Shop Signs; Fire-fighters Jackets; Keys And Locks; Horse Trappings; Glass; Ivory; Lacquer; Lanterns; Meiji Master-hands; Meiji Photographs; Japanese Magic Lantern Slides; Metalwork; Militaria; Picture Postcards; Old Books; Japanese Crpe Paper Books; Old Coins; Painting; Collecting Japanese Screens; Doro-e (distempered Paintings) ; Pottery; Satsuma Earthenware; Seals & Marks On Kutani Ceramics;