Japanese late Edo - early Meiji Period Cloisonne over Porcelain covered Jar made by Takeuchi Chubei. It features magnificent symbolic decorations over chocolate - brown and brick-red color background, and has fine silver -wiring symbolic decorations over the body and a top of a lid. The bottom and the top of the vase, the edge and the center of the lid are made with traditional blue and white Porcelain underglazed symbolic ornaments...
Superb Japanese Meiji Period Kyoto style fine Cloisonne flask-shaped Vase attributed to Namikawa Yasuyuki. It is made with fine gilded wire work over Paradise bird on the front panel of the vase and a dragon on another side of the vase. Symbolic floral decorations on sides and the bottom of the vase have fine gilded wire. The vase has gilded rims. It is in excellent condition with no damages and no wear. 6 1/8" tall x 4 1/2" D x 1 7/8" deep.
Japanese Golden Age magnificent Cloisonné vase attributed to Gondo with tone-changing light yellow-green background and morning glories with blossoms and leafage with tone-changing enameling. 12 1/2" tall.
Magnificent Japanese Meiji Period Golden Age Sosuke style vase attributed to Gondo. It has a grey-light blue tone-changing background, brass originally patinated rims; it is made with wire-wireless techniques. It depicts a wireless red tone-changing sun and clouds, white-to light-pink color wireless waves , two wire-wireless rocks and a bird on a rock. Please see pictures.7 1/4" tall x 4 7/8" D.
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Fine Japanese Meiji Period Golden Age mid night blue background silver wire & wireless technique Cloisonne Vase on silver-gilded rims. It is decorated with fine multiple floral blossoms and tone-changing rims. The lower part of the vase depicts symbolic mountains and water; the upper part of the vase has symbolic decorations and yellow branches with green leaves on a brown background. 6 1/8" tall x 3 5/8" D.
Japanese Meiji Period Namikawa style Kyoto school fine Cloisonne flask-shaped Vase made with a fine gilded wire and wireless technique with "gold-stone" elements. Round panels , one is decorated with butterflies and another one with flower blossoms, are on opposite sides of the vase. The bottom of the vase is gilded and an open mouth of the vase is glazed with grayish uneven enameling. The vase has no damages; there is an original patina to brass , no restorations. 6 1/4" tall x 4 1/2" D