A fine and uniquely-formed Japanese cloisonné vase. Upon its vibrant turquoise ground, wisteria cascades from delicate branches in tones of peach and white. Fluttering nearby, two moths are finely wired and accented with yellow enamel. This lovely example of the ware has a minor, faint surface bruise on its side, hardly perceptible.
Meiji Period, Japan
This is beautiful Japanese cloisonné vase stand 5in height is in very good condition with No damage.
Only original kiln pin hole and very minor use scratch
No hair line. Chip or repair.
It has nice clearn condition with silver wire from Meiji Era.
A pair of stately and intricately-wired cloisonné vases, four-sided, high-shouldered and silver-mounted. Complex placement of stylized visuals within cartouches and unusual geometric shapes and ochre colorations on their bodies define these works of the Master as unique in their genre. Hayashi Kodenji marks on bases with wood storage box. This pair of rare cloisonné vases is in mint condition with no problems.
Meiji Period, Japan
Offered for sale is this Pottery Suiteki (Japanese Water Dropper) In Crescent form with floral design. Potter's Mark on base. Length 3.5" From the collection of Sid Shaw and sold at auction by Eldred's, a prominent East coast auction house. Please feel free to email any questions.
Cloisonné Enamel-On-Bronze Suiteki in Butterfly form in yellow, green, and blue. Length 3.25". From the collection of Sid Shaw and sold at auction by Eldred's, a highly regarded East Coast Auction House. Some normal ware from use.
A pair of late 18th/early 19th century Chinese cloisonne enamel lobed plant pots. These similar but not identical 7-1/2" x 5-3/4" bowls feature blue grounds and well-executed multi-colour cloisonne designs. They are both footed and unsigned and each has water drain holes in the bottoms. Each bowl has some damage, with incomplete or chipped enamel under the rims, enamel misses and chips and a large loss to the upper rim enamel on one pot...
An enamel and gilt clasp, French, cloisonné decoration in the Empire revival style of the 1880’s. Width "2/ 5,5 cm. Condition: a few hardly visible chips to the enamel.
This treasure (pillbox - snuff box) measures 1 1/4" x 1" x 1/2".
It has a beautiful, colorful, enamel design. It opens to a delightful turquoise -- see pictures. FREE US STANDARD S/H
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.
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.
Stunning oblong Chinese Paktong and Cloisonne OPIUM Box, mid 1800's. The background is white with rare clouds and striking cobalt blue motifs. The base has a turquoise blue background decorated with flowers and leaves. Some wear over time, but overall in very good condition. Size: H. 4.5 cm x W. 4.5 cm x D. 3 cm. Unique for the opium paraphernalia and box collector!
A beautiful Qing dynasty Chinese canton enamel copper bowl with painted enamel inside and out.In it's good condition but it has some normal paint loss to the foot, please see the photos. D:7-1/4" H:3-2/1"
A Russian silver and shaded enamel casket by Maria Semenova. Of traditional form, the entire exterior of this wonderful example is covered in exquisitely executed scrolling shaded florals against cream grounds. Sitting on bracket feet, the piece is topped with a domed, hinged lid, the leading and trailing edges of which are decorated with interlocking purple and white triangles, the top surface edges with turquoise pellets...
Superb Russian silver and shaded enamel spoon by the 11th Moscow Artel. A large, flat-handled serving spoon displaying incredible quality shaded floral and geometric designs enameled on back of the bowl and both sides of the handle. In pristine condition, the spoon measures just under 7" (17.75 cm) long and 1 5/8" (4.2 cm) across the bowl. Of exceptional intricacy, the fully enameled bowl has gilded marquis shaped wire work accents, shaded grey grounds and a floral center...
Superb Russian silver and shaded enamel cup & saucer by Ivan Khlebnikov. Measuring 4 ¾” (12.1 cm), the saucer is enameled in concentric rings of shaded floral patterns, executed in amazing detail around the central reserve for the cup and topped with a shield-form cartouche for a monogram (although this has never been engraved). The cup is enameled en suite and measured 3 3/16” (8.1 cm) tall...
Fantastic large Russian silver and shaded enamel spoon by the 11th Moscow Artel. Measuring 7 3/4" (or 19.cm) in length, the spoon sports a large enameled bowl and flat handle, enameled on both sides in scrolling foliate and geometric patterns against a gilded, stippled ground. In mint condition, the interioir of the bowl is heavily gilded and the shank is approriately marked for the 11A, Moscow for manufacture between 1908 and 1917 in 84 standard silver...