A cloisonné enamel vase  Meiji period (late 19th century)

A cloisonné enamel vase, worked in silver wire and colored enamels on a dark blue ground with birds in flowering wisteria above blossoming peonies, Meiji period (late century).

Jay Strongwater Bouquet Vase

Bouquet Vase

Mouth-blown glass with cast-metal collar. Hand enameled and hand set with Swarovski crystals. x Imported.

A small cloisonné enamel covered jar - Meiji Period

A small cloisonné enamel covered jar - Meiji Period The gradually tapering sides of the ovoid body finely decorated with an.

A MAGNIFICANT CLOISONNÉ VASE WITH COVER  SIGNED KYOTO NAMIKAWA, MEIJI PERIOD (LATE 19TH CENTURY)  Worked in various thicknesses of gold and silver wire and coloured enamels, goldstone and translucent enamel on various mottled grounds with panels of dragons and ho-o birds bordered by entwined floral vine on a black ground between bands of brocade design, the domed cover similarly decorated, silver mounts 34.5cm. high

century Cloisonne Vase with Birds and Dragon Meiji Period

A large cloisonné incense burner (koro) and cover Meiji period (late 19th century)

A large cloisonné incense burner (koro) and cover Meiji period (late

A cloisonné enamel vase Meiji period The ovoid body decorated bright enamels with cranes in a landscape with flowering bushes and bamboo defined in gilt and silver cloisons on a brick red ground, brocade-patterned bands at the shoulder and waisted neck, the flaring base with a seigaiha band above a border of dissolving zoomorphic cartouches, gilt metal rims.

A cloisonné enamel vase Meiji period The ovoid body decorated bright enamels with cranes in a landscape with flowering bushes and bamboo defined in gilt and silver cloisons on a brick red ground, brocade-patterned bands at the shoulder and waisted neck, the flaring base with a seigaiha band above a border of dissolving zoomorphic cartouches, gilt metal rims.

A large cloisonné enamel jar and cover Meiji period The slightly faceted sides of the globular body decorated with battling phoenix and dragon in bright polychrome enamels on a mirror-black ground, a beaded band encircling the fitted lid with a pattern of overlapping brocade panels below a knob scattered with butterflies, all raised on three short gilt metal supports

A large cloisonné enamel jar and cover Meiji period The slightly faceted sides…

A cloisonné enamel vase

Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

A cloisonné enamel incense burner (koro) and cover Attributed to Honda Yosaburo of Kyoto, Meiji period (late 19th century)

A cloisonné enamel incense burner (koro) and cover Attributed to Honda Yosaburo of Kyoto, Meiji period (late century)

A JAPANESE GILT-BRONZE AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE -  MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912)

A JAPANESE GILT-BRONZE AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE - MEIJI PERIOD (1868-1912)

Qing dynasty cloisonné vase.

In Eastern art, as far as mythical creatures go, the dragon still attracts the most attention. Most likely because it is revered for its courage, inspiration, creativity and luck.

Cloisonné enamel vase, Japan, 19th Century

Cloisonné enamel vase, Japan, 19th Century

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