Welcome to The Romang Collection
With a degree in Eastern Studies and a passion for Asian art, Gustavo Romang founded The Romang Collection with the mission to unite cultures and bring people together. The Collection boasts antique, modern, and contemporary Asian artworks and has built a strong reputation among private collectors around the world.
The Romang Collection comprise some 1200 Japanese, Chinese and Korean art objects.
Our special pieces include Japanese fine art, contemporary and antique Japanese Ceramics, Korean art, Chinese antiques, Japanese Artworks from the Edo, Meiji, Showa, and Taisho eras to Modern and Contemporary Art, crafted predominantly by master artists from Japan’s most coveted regions. Japanese tea ceremony bowls Chawans, Edo Period Tsubo Jars, Japanese and wood Lacquer Maki-e art, antique and modern Korean ceramics from the Goreyo and Joseon Dynasty to Contemporary works of Art. Chinese porcelain and wood works from the Qing Dynasty, Antique and Rare Books and more.
Each work of art in The Romang Collection has been meticulously conserved, researched, catalogued and each work of art is accompanied by detailed information, such as its place of origin, production date, and the signature of the Artist.
We are constantly updating new artworks so we encourage you to visit the website weekly to discover our latest selection.
Visit the About page to learn more about Gustavo Romang and the Collection.
Tel: +1 (336) 402-7780
Raleigh, NC, United States
Title: Early Edo Period Tamba Chatsubo Jar
Place of Origin: Japan
Period: Edo Period (1603-1868)
Date: 17th Century
Style or Ware: Tamba ware
H: 42.0cm - 16.53Inches
D: 37.0cm. - 14.56Inches
Department: Japanese Art
Collection: Japanese Ceramics
Object Number: #JCV528