Ando signature in wire under enamel on emerald green base of this Meiji period vase. Two panels depicting the Dragon chasing the Pearl, two panels of the Phoenix, and four dagger & spear separating the panels. Scattered, glistening copper aventurine, wires which appear to be both gold and silver; and mounts which appear to be gold, although they could be brass. 3.625" (9.20 cm) tall, 2" (5.08 cm) diameter at the shoulders, apx. 1.375" (3.49 cm) diameter at both the rim and the base...
A pair of beautiful Chinese antique cornelian silver butterfly earrings.
This Rare musen-jippo, considered by many to be the highest achievement in Japanese enamelwork, double gourd Vase is in excellent Condition.
Dimensions: 9.5" tall
This unusual Ginbari-Jippo Vase uses sculpted silver wires to add dimension to the flowers. The speckled ginbari over wireless cloisonne dark background creates a shimmered effect not ofter seen in Vases of this size.
Dimensions: 10.25" tall
Condition: Excellent Used Condition
Signed by Adachi, Kinjiro, this Gin-Bari vase Displays a wind blown Geisha holding a golden scroll. It was made during the Meiji Period and also known as the "Golden Age" (1880-1914) when the Japanese cloisonne enamel industry reached its highest level of technological innovation, refinement and quality.
The Condition is excellent with minor manufacturing pin points
Six beautiful little SALT CELLARS, made in China late 19th, early 20th Century; unsigned, in openwork Cloisonne, meaning that the background is not filled in, allowing the gilded copper to show through. Each rests on three little feet, and has a flattened rim. The pattern is that of the 5-toed Dragon Chasing the Pearl, with tiny clouds interspersed, three black dragons, and three blue dragons.
The base of each has a lovely flower -- three pink, and three white...
A Russian cloisonne enamel pill box. 84 zolotniks St Petersburg 1896-1905 makers mark rk for Gustav Klinger. The box enamelled completly in Turquoise blue over a silver wirework.The top and bottom further highlighted with a circle of pellets enamelled in white.Gilded interior.Condition is excellent.Size 50mm 2.0in
A Russian cloisonne enameled bratina.88 zolotniks Moscow 1870.Makers mark BM possibly for V.Mazov.The Bratina of typical form decorated in geometric cloisonne enamel in typical slavic colours.Richly gilded to the inside.Size 120mm 4.75in high.Condition is excellent.
An elaborate design of fan-like reliefs on the softly domed top of this superb cloisonne box depicts a blue bird resting on a lily and a butterfly about to taste the nectar of a flower, this latter relief with a ground of deep green sparked with "goldstone." Brocade patterns (nishiki-de) decorate the sides. An old label is still inside the lid. Late Nineteenth Century, Japan, 4-3/4 inches by 3-5/8 inches by two inches high.
With shaded cloisonne done in the Russian manner. Length approximately 3 1/4 inches, depth approximately 1 1/2 inches, height approximately 2 inches. Minor damage to cloisonne at corners (see photographs) and 2 small chips on the interior (see photographs).
From our Japanese Collection, a very good, large, and older pair of Japanese cloisonne vases, late Edo to early Meiji Period, probably 1850-1875, executed with floral motifs including wisteria, peony, and chrysanthemum, along with small birds and butterflies, all set against a turquoise blue ground upon a lobed, melon-shaped form...
This is not your typical cloisonne. The beautiful Chinese vase is one of the best quality that I have personaly owned in many years. Notice the 8 graceful cranes,chrysanthemums and other flowers. The colors are bright. I have been told that this vase is pre 1900. THERE IS NO DAMAGE ON THIS ITEM. IT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION and sits on a wooden rosewood base.
Antique Chinese Cloisonne / Enamel Stemmed Dish! The top is from Kangxi period (15th century, early Qing dynasty) and the bottom is from 19th century. A beautiful authentic piece for display and a rare example for antique chinese cloisonne study!
Condition: Wears and losses to the enamel. Small old repairs to the enamels (which is very typical for cloisonne from that age). The gilding from the top plate is gone. But because it was made of bronze, it gives out this pleasant yellowish tone...
Antique Chinese cloisonne charger, dating between 1870 and 1890.
The Motifs represent the four seasons with four kinds of flowers: chyrantemum for fall, peonies for summer, fruit tree blossoms for spring, and winter tree foliage.
The outer blue section represents all the seasons, with a t-fret cloison on enamel background.
The center represents summer with the butterfly and with the same t-fret cloison with white enamel background...
This antique Japanese shippo cloisonne is fused glass on a metal base. It is crafted with multiple techniques of a generally European Art Nouveau motif.[10A, 156B] This art object is a ball-shaped covered jar with a brass conventionalized chrysanthemum knob [67C, 9D], fashioned in the Late Meiji Period...