Blue Wireless Moriage Shippo Small Vase with Carp
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All Items: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Pre 1920: item # 1145982
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19 Nikaido, Kamakura City
Kanagawa Pref. 248-0002 JAPAN
A small blue cloisonne vase is decorated in Musen(wireless work)shippo and Moriage shippo(rise enamel).
Probably, Owari cloisonne vase.
This vase reminds one of the cloisonne vase of Gonda Hirosuke who is master of Owari cloisonne.
The excellent work which made full use of the shippo technology in Meiji period.
Originally, cloisonne is made a division by a line, and glassy glaze pours in it, and it become fixed to firing.
However, wireless cloisonne is the difficult work since removing the line on the way of the process.
Therefore, the softness depended for fading and the color by delicate mixture of glaze which are not in wire cloisonne(Yusen-shippo)is admired.
It looks blurry outline thin.
Though, seem to dive on the bottom of carp.
The scenery of the widening rings on the water is decorated in unevenness of the ground.
The condition is in very good except the two minor bruised parts.(lower part and shoulder part.)
No wooden box.
Measurements about : 5cm(1.9")Mouth Diameter, 18.8cm(7.4")Tall.