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Japanese Cloisonne Vase with Persimmons Signed Ando

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Directory: Vintage Arts: Regional Art: Asian: Japanese: Enamel: Pre 1940: Item # 628631

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Rochester, New York 14618

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With persimmon motif, this very artistic, silver wire cloisonne vase depicts a desirable subject matter that is relatively hard to come by in Japanese enamels. The soft pale green background is the perfect complementary color for the ripening orange-green persimmons on branch with darker green leaves, all producing a most artistic and pleasing color effect. The vase measures a little over 7" high and is signed Ando with silver wires on a green enamel background. Dating to the 2nd quarter of the twentieth century, Taisho-Showa period, the mounts are silver, and the vase is in perfect condition. Postage/insurance extra. Return privilege if not completely satisfied, providing item returned in sent condition and shortly after having been received. New York buyer pays sales tax unless valid resale number and tax form provided.