This is a very beautiful and rare Japanese enamel bowl. It was created with a blend of cloisonne styles, silver wire cloisonne and Plique-a-Jour. It is not signed but was probably created at the Ando Factory. The rims are silver. The bowl measures 7 3/4 across and is 3 1/2 in height. Condition is excellent but not perfect. There are three short (hard to see) lines on the inside edge.
This is a very special Japanese cloisonne bowl. It was made by Ogasawara Shuzo. Shuzo's ability to capture a life-like quality make his pieces with fish some of the finest ever created in the Meiji Era. The bowls is in excellent condition. It measures 7 inches across and is 3 1/2 inches tall.
This is a very nice Japanese Cloisonne vase with huddling egrets. The vase has 9 wire and wireless cloisonne egrets that surround the vase. It stands 3 3/4 inches tall. The rims are tarnished but otherwise the condition is outstanding. It is not signed but artist is probably Hayashi, Gonda or Hattori.
Larrge akauke vase signed Ogasawara Shuzo. Very few of this artists pieces come to market. The vase stands 9-3/4 inches tall and 5 inches in diameter. Great workmanship with shakudo top and bottom rims. A one inch damage has been repaired and stabilized at the bottom as pictured.
This is a very unique and rare Japanese cloisonne kogo. The enamel and wireless enamel work are special. The colors and inspection of the enamel under magnification tell me that Namikawa Sosuke created this piece. In addition Sosuke was also known to have created unusual pieces like this one. It measures 3 5/8 inches across. Condition is excellent.
Extremely fine Namikawa Yasuyuki Japanese cloisonné vase. Six sided complex form. The high polish and transparent enamels create a 3 dimensional appearance to this amazing vase. 6 inches tall and 4-1/4 inches at widest. The enamels are in superb condition. The metalwork is somewhat rough and it appears to have had further mountings at one time. This may explain that the vase is unsigned. The enamelwork clearly identifies this as a Namikawa. Additional photos on request.
Japanese cloisonné charger, 12 inches diameter. Best quality moonlight cherry blossom scene. Extremely sensitive execution. A true golden age piece by one of the masters. The backside is also beautifully executed. Excellent condition.
A pair of beautiful Chinese antique cornelian silver butterfly earrings.
This is a very high quality Japanese cloisonne vase. The work is very refined and the enamel is perfect. Several different sizes of silver wire were used and some were sculpted. This exquisite cabinet piece measures 2 1/2 inches by 2 1/2 inches. It appears to have been made by Hayashi or Kinuken.
This is a very unique and large cloisonne footed bowl. It is done in the basse-taille style. This bowl is very rare. The bowl is 9 1/2 inches across and 7 1/2 inches tall. The rim is silver and the finished interior looks like bronze. The enamel at the very bottom of the feet have some damage/discoloration but tones blend in with the piece.
19th Century Russian Enamel Gilt Silver Faberge Tea Strainer Marked
It is 6.65 inches (16.9 cm) in length by 2.2 inches (5.5 cm) wide. It weighs 81.5 gram.
It is in good condition with no repairs, chips, cracks, or dents except loss of gilding (as seen in the photos).
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19th Century Russian Silver Enamel Faberge Belt Buckle Marked
The belt is 22 inches (55.8cm) in length 1.2 inches (3cm) wide. The buckle is 1.57 inches (4 cm) in length by 1.96 inches (5cm wide). It weighs 6.4 gram.
It is in good condition with no repairs, chips, dents or cracks except minor loss enamel and loose threats at the belt(as seen in the photos).
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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