This is beautiful Japanese Ando cloisonne box
with dragon fly 4.1/4in diameter,3,3/4in height is in very good condition with No damage.
This Ando box has original wooden box.
Box 4.4/3in X 4,3/4in X 4,4/3in
This is a fine pair of Japanese cloisonne vases. They are signed Hayashi Kodenji. The enamel is high gloss and virtually pit free. The vases are fairly stout being just under 5 inches tall and 4 inches wide. There are no damages.
The size of Cloisonne Plate: 8 3/8" Dia x 3/4" High. Beautiful Japanese Ando Cloisonne Plate. The plate is done in Musen(wireless) work with Moriage finish. It has wonderful Mountai Fuji design with forms of clouds in half of plate. The clouds as well as some mountain surface are done in Moriage enamel works which give you three dimentional feeling on plate. Ando Cloisonne call this work as "Emaiyu Shippo" which was invented by Ando Cloisonne...
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Offered for sale is this signed cloisonne vase by Ando. Plum blossoms and a chrysanthemum are set against a pigeon blood background. The vase is in good condition and dates from the 1930's or earlier.
Height: 8 1/2"
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Japanese cloisonne small vase with blooming roses. There is a fully bloomed red rose and a small budding red rose. Along the base, there is a blooming white rose with pink edged petals. The body of the vase is a cool white. Taisho period, early 20th century. It measures 1.75" base diameter, 4" widest, 5" tall. Good condition.
Beautiful art deco cloisonne vase eggplant colored elongated egg-shaped vase with circular geometric floral design, silver rims with seal : Signed Ando, sand dollar mark in silver wire, with tomobako.
Exhibited at the Cloisonne History’s show, Palo Alto Cultural Center year 2004.
.Age: Showa Period (c1950). Size: 14 1/2”H 5 1/2”D
A beautiful glass bowl made by Kyohei Fujita (1921-2004), a designated living national treasure, one of the most famous and prominent Japanese glass workers during 20th century. It is excellent in condition and comes with his signed, sealed original box.
Size: 10.5cm high, 27.5cm wide
Shipping cost overseas: $60
I have more Kyohei Fujita works, please let me know if you are interested in seeing their images and details...
Unusual and fine quality wireless cloisonne plaque depicting two geisha, one with a overhead umbrella, in the form of a woodblock
print by Utamaro Kitagawa entitled "Play of the Elegant Four Seasons, Enoshima of Yayoi." Condition excellent with no damages, in its original frame, Plaque Dimensions 6.75 inches by 4.4 inches, Frame DImensions 13 inches by 10.6 inches, unsigned by cloisonne artist, made in late Showa Period, c. 1960-80. More photos on our website.
This beautiful plaque bears a finely decorated spray of Orchids reserved on a blue ground, dimensions of plaque 4.375 inches by 9.20 inches, dimensions of frame 12.25 inches by 17.125 inches, in fine condition, some wear on frame, unsigned, made in the late Showa Period c. 1960-70.
Of finite quality, decorated with a spray of clematis flowers worked in silver wire, dimensions of plaque 4.25 inches by 9.25 inches, dimensions of frame 12 inches by 16.75 inches, in fine condition, unsigned, made in the Showa Period, c. 1870-80.
Fine Quality ANDO Musen Shippo (wireless) Cloisonne Plaque depicting a persimmon and a branch of oranges, Dimensions 6.2 inches by 8.8 inches, Frame Dimensions 14.2 inches by 16.8 inches, in excellent condition, bearing the signature plaque of Ando Jubei on the back side, and the signature of the designer Kazumasa Nakagawa on the front, made in the late Showa Period, c. 1980. More photos on our website.
Fine Quality cloisonne plaque decorated with multicolored potted flowers, Dimensions of plaque 4.6 inches by 7 inches, Frame Dimensions 10.6 inches by 13 inches, in excellent condition, small stains on matte (see photo), signed MAE, the reverse bearing reference to an anniversary, made in the mid Showa period, c. 1960. More photos on our website.
A good cloisonne vase depicting Mt. Fuji in clouds using 'musen' (wireless) technique with pleasing affect. The foreground with pagoda in autumnal landscape against mountain and river landscape - the mountains again using wireless technique to suggest fading into the distance, and the river also using 'musen' to suggest the flowing of water. The back of the vase continues the light blue mottled sky. Silver plated rims. Not signed, so we stop short at saying it is Ando school. Excellent condition...
size 26cm wide 37cm high.
There is Sato Japan sign on the chrome rim.