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A Pair of Japanese Inlaid Iron Vases and Covers from the Komai Workshop

A Pair of Japanese Inlaid Iron Vases and Covers from the Komai Workshop

cloisonné enamel vase and cover By the workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki 1845-1927

cloisonné enamel vase and cover By the workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki 1845-1927

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 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.

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.

A cloisonné enamel hexagonal vase Meiji period (late 19th century), signed Kyoto Namikawa

A cloisonné enamel hexagonal vase Meiji period (late 19th century), signed Kyoto Namikawa

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…

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.

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.

Japanese pair of silver and enamel vases

Japanese pair of silver and enamel vases

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"

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"

A Miniature Pair of Mirror Opposing Hexagonal Vases, Meiji Period, 03.31.11, Sold: $977.5

A Miniature Pair of Mirror Opposing Hexagonal Vases, Meiji Period, 03.31.11, Sold: $977.5

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