Japanese late Meiji period cloisonné enamel ovoid form vase attributed to Hayashi Kodenji (1831-1915) or his workshop decorated around the circumference with pheasants among a dense variety of chrysanthemums, daisies, and other flowering plants in a landscape with rockery and flowing water all set against a dark cobalt blue ground. A foliate patterned band is above the foot and a narrow geometric band is below the mouth rim. Silver rims are at the mouth and foot. A tiny unreadable “junjin” (pure silver) mark is on the bottom rim. Late 19th to early 20th century. 8 3/8” high and about 8 1/2” diameter. Very good overall condition with no damage evident. Photos were taken both with and without flash. Please excuse the reflection and camera flash in the images. From the estate of Tucson educator Noel Ring.