A fine quality Japanese cloisonne cabinet vase worked with silver wires and dating to the Meiji period, c. 1890, the Golden Age of Japanese cloisonne. Clumps of colorful iris and various aquatic plants encircle the vase, all on a coblat blue background. The stylized water is often found on the works of Kumeno Teitaro. The extra piece on the top rim is unusual with a scroll and flower motif. Under that is a Greek key design. Attributed to Kumeno Teitaro. Measures 3 1/2" high and 2 1/2" in diameter and dates circa 1890. Excellent condition-no scratches, dings, restorations, cracks what-so-ever. Return privilege providing item returned in sent condition, within 3 days of having been received and in original packaging material. Postage/insurance extra. New York buyer pays their local county sales tax on item and shipping charges unless valid tax number and resale certificate provided.