Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd. - Antique Arts of Japan
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Cloisonne : Pre 1920 item #1343200 (stock #FC-1648)
Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.
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A classic pair of silver-wired cloisonné vases shaped in the Chinese mei-ping form. Elegant white, red-capped cranes dramatically display their wings on a dark-blue ground. This traditional imagery is framed by diamond-shaped borders in a combination of light blue and green enamels. This lovely pair of cloisonné vases is in very good condition. Heights: 4.25”, widths: 4” Meiji Period, Japan
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Cloisonne : Pre 1910 item #1342379 (stock #9-453)
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A small cloisonné jewel of a vase with sentoku mounts and wires in the style of Namikawa Yasuyuki. The neck of this fine bottle vase is designed with colorful flowers on a pale green ground bordered by a line of foliated medallions. Along its rounded body, intricate rondels of phoenix and geometric flowers intersperse with kiku karakusa and butterflies on a café-au-lait ground. This lovely vase is in very good condition with only tiny pitting on the rondels. Height: 5” Meiji Period, Japan
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Cloisonne : Pre 1910 item #1337839 (stock #04-435)
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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. Height: 6.5” Meiji Period, Japan
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Cloisonne : Pre 1910 item #1332595 (stock #FC-1267)
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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. Heights: 7.25” Meiji Period, Japan