A fine cloisonne enamel vase By the workshop of Hayashi Kodenji (1831-1915), late 19th century Of elongated ovoid form and worked in gold and silver wire on a dark blue ground with pairs of birds in a flowering landscape in multicolored enamels above a floral lappet band, the yellow ground foliate-patterned collar defining the neck repeated on the circular foot, with silver rims, the base with the lozenge-shaped studio mark and signed Aichi Hayashi saku
A Cloisonné Vase Mark of the Hayashi Kodenji Workshop, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Worked in various thicknesses of silver wire and coloured cloisonné enamels on a dark blue ground with a maple tree surrounded by a profusion of flowers including chrysanthemums, irises, wild pinks and grasses, the foot with floral lappets, the neck with a band of geometric pattern, silver rims 21cm. high. Christies 2012 - $42,000.
Namikawa Yasuyuki (1845-1927) c. 1890, Meiji period. A pair of early and large Namikawa silver-wire cloisonné leaf-shaped vases with original wooden stands. Each vase depicts an olive or cream colored dragon flying through a night sky consisting of a black cloisonné ground filled with silver-wire clouds, surrounded by ribbon-like flames, above blue and white crashing waves. A ring of black, brown and blue lappets circles the foot ring and floral, zigzag, and cloud borders encircle the…
A CABINET, Fuji mark of the Komai workshop, late 19th century. In the form of a temple, decorated in gilt nunomezogan, the roof chased with dragons, pheasants and ho-o birds, the two hinged doors open to reveal three small drawers engraved with village landscapes, wood stand 15.8cm high. This was sold at $ 15,600 at Christie's Zurich on 19 February 2007.
ANTIQUE KINKOZAN SATSUMA POTTERY VASE Antique Japanese Kinkozan Satsuma pottery vase; of bulbous bottle form, with three finely detailed figural reserves depicting courtyard scenes, one of a cherry blossom viewing; framed by bamboo-motif moulding in relief, on an unusual pattern of gilt scattered foliage on cobalt ground; impressed seal mark to base; H: 4 3/4"