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Pair of Fine Japanese Cloisonné Vases

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This exquisite pair of Japanese Cloisonné enamel vases crafted during the later half of the 19th century. The vases are hexagonal-shaped baluster form and each has 6 reserves of enameled land and waterscape scenes featuring various birds amidst naturalistically rendered foliage. The ground also features intricate floral, scroll and geometric motifs. Both marked on the underside with a Cloisonné wire design featuring three small equidistantly spaced circles within a larger. Each vase measures approximately 9.5 inches height. (jc-11)

Price: $21,000

Japanese Foil-Ground Cloisonné Vase

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This elegant bombe-form vase was crafted in Japan during the Meiji Period by a Japanese artist of the Ando school. The vase features a textural foil ground covered with translucent and opaque enamels painted loosely between stylized Cloisonné wire outlines of flowers and foliage. The vase measures 9.5 inches height at the rim. (jc-12)

Price: $5000