Hayashi Tanigoro Cloisonne Big Vase from Showa Emperor
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Directory: Archives: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Pre 1920: item # 1147238
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19 Nikaido, Kamakura City
Kanagawa Pref. 248-0002 JAPAN
Splendid Japanese cloisonne tall vase by Hayashi Tanigoro who is master of Meiji Owari Cloisonne.
This turquoise blue cloisonne tall vase is from the Akihito Emperor(Showa Emperor) on 2002 June 28.
This vase is a personal effect of Empress Kojun(1903-2000).
It was granted the Imperial gift which left to someone by used to belong to Empress Kojyun.(See the enlargement photo, letter from The Imperial Court.)
Condition, shape, design and skill are great.
Only two part, minor crack on the inside of the upper part.
A Cloisonne vase, the baluster body decorated with chrysanthemum, the neck with silver rim, underglaze turquoise blue.
The artist name Hayashi Tanigoro, master of Owari Cloisonne.
He is one of the artist who were excellent in Owari shippou golden days.
Signed on the base.
This cloisonne vase with wires, called "Ginsen(silver wires) shippo".
An Imperial family's collection is a treasury of the beautiful fine arts of Japan
It comes with special original wooden kiri-box Tomobako, silk cloth bag for Imperial Household and a letter from Imperior Court.
Very minor wear by age on the silver rim of the base.
Measurements about : 10.4cm(4.09")Mouth Diameter, 17.5cm(6.88")Body Diameter, 35.7cm(14.05")Tall.