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Taisho era type, by Goto Shomei, Japan

Taisho era type, by Goto Shomei, Japan

Japanese peony comb, Taisho Era (1912-1926), Asymmetric framework in which flourishes a peony flower pierced and engraved. Vertical shape reflecting Western influence at the beginning of last century.

Japanese peony comb, Taisho Era Asymmetric framework in which flourishes a peony flower pierced and engraved. Vertical shape reflecting Western influence at the beginning of last century.

Antique Japanese Taisho Period C. 1925 Bronze Lantern

Fantastic Taisho Period bronze lantern with turtle hexagon diaper pattern and three circular windows with round ovals in halos patterns

Japanese cloisonne enamel vase with chrysanthemums

Japanese cloisonné enamel vase with chrysanthemums late Meiji to Taisho Period. Unsigned but in the manner of Hayashi Kihyoe

Beautiful Japanese plique-a-jour cloisonne vase with an all over design of blossoming plum branches, lovely turquoise ground, no cracks, Meiji/Taisho Period (early 20th century). Size: 5 1/4" high.

Beautiful Japanese plique a jour cloisonne vase with an all over design of blossoming plum branches, lovely turquoise ground, no cracks, Meiji/Taisho Period (early century).

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A photo of a brass ornament dealer from T. Enami's collection of Japan life during the late century and the beginning of the Meiji Restoration

A Pair of Japanese Mixed Metal Vases, Drilled for Lamps, Possibly Taisho Period

A Pair of Japanese Mixed Metal Vases, Drilled for Lamps, Possibly Taisho Period

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ANDO JUBEI A fine wireless cloisonné-enamel vase Taisho or Showa era, first half century, Japan The most famous and largest of all the great Nagoya enameling enterprises, the Ando Company grew from modest.

A grey cloisonné vase with chrysanthemums and butterflies Meiji/Taisho Period. Intricately decorated with a stand of profusely blossoming chrysanthemums and asters attended to by several highly detailed butterflies, all set against a pale grey ground, the foot and mouth rim banded in silver, the foot rim stamped silver to the underside, unsigned. Height 9 1/2in (4.2cm). Bonhams 2006 - $1,912.

A grey cloisonné vase with chrysanthemums and butterflies Meiji/Taisho Period. Intricately decorated with a stand of profusely blossoming chrysanthemums and asters attended to by several highly detailed butterflies, all set against a pale grey ground, the foot and mouth rim banded in silver, the foot rim stamped silver to the underside, unsigned. Height 9 1/2in (4.2cm). Bonhams 2006 - $1,912.

A PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL PRESENTATION VASES  MEIJI-TAISHO PERIOD (EARLY 20TH CENTURY), INLAID WIRE MARK OF ANDO WORKSHOPhttp://www.christies.com/

A pair of cloisonné enamel presentation vases Meiji-Taisho Period (early Century), inlaid wire, Mark of Ando Workshop

Taisho period (1920s) Japanese andon (rice paper lantern). The amount of illumination can be controlled by sliding the rounded rice paper panel. Bronze candleholder is in the interior center with a small drawer to hold matches at the base of the lantern.

Japanese Andon

Andon rice paper lantern, sliding the paper around controls the amount of light.

Japanese, likely Taisho period (1912-1926). A Meiji style mixed metal bronze vase converted to an electrified table lamp, baluster form, having cloud scroll handles at the neck and low relief figural decoration of a perching sparrow amidst flora. Approximate height 29.5" (including harp and finial), height of vase 15", base width 5.12", base depth 5.12". Provenance: Property from the Private Collection of Ms. Peggy Woodruff of Atlanta, Georgia and Highlands, North Carolina.

Japanese, likely Taisho period (1912-1926). A Meiji style mixed metal bronze vase converted to an electrified table lamp, baluster form, having cloud scroll handles at the neck and low relief figural decoration of a perching sparrow amidst flora. Approximate height 29.5" (including harp and finial), height of vase 15", base width 5.12", base depth 5.12". Provenance: Property from the Private Collection of Ms. Peggy Woodruff of Atlanta, Georgia and Highlands, North Carolina.

Taisho early Showa period. Serie : deserted street lanterns. Art by Kobayashi Kaichi.(dates unknown).

Woman Leaning on a Lamp Post from the series Deserted Street Lanterns (Sabishiki gaito)

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