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A cloisonné enamel vase Meiji period (late 19th century), attributed to the workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki (1845-1927) The tapering ovoid form with short straight neck decorated in polychrome enamels and gold and silver wires with three panels designed with birds, flowers and butterflies on a beige ground, each panel surrounded with scrolling flowers on a brown ground, the shoulder and the foot rim enamelled with floral lappets; rims silver

A cloisonné enamel vase Christie’s Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

A small cloisonné enamel vase and cover By the workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki (1845-1927), Meiji period (late 19th century) signed on a silver tablet Kyoto Namikawa.

Japanese__CLOISONNE small enamel vase and cover By the workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki Meiji period (late century) signed on a silver tablet Kyoto Namikawa.

An Impressive Large Scale Cloisonné Vase The mark of Inaba Nanaho, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Of rare rounded hexagonal form, worked in silver wire and various coloured cloisonné enamels on a midnight blue ground with gold specks, decorated with a profusion of chrysanthemums, spider chrysanthemums and daisies on rocks beside a stream, beneath a finely detailed design to the neck. Silver rims, 61.6cm high.  Christies 2011 - unsold.

An Impressive Large Scale Cloisonné Vase The mark of Inaba Nanaho, Meiji Period…

pair of cloisonné enamel vases By Ota Tameshiro, Meiji period (late 19th century) Both of baluster form with a slightly splayed foot, worked with silver wire and polychrome enamels on a dark blue ground with birds perched on trailing branches of wisteria, a floral lappet band at the foot and scrolling floral vines at the collar, with the Ota mark on the underside of both vases. Each 7 ½ in (19.1cm) high. Bonhams 2014 - $3750

pair of cloisonné enamel vases By Ota Tameshiro, Meiji period (late

An Impressive Cloisonné Vase Mark of Hayashi Tanigoro Workshop, Meiji period (late 19th century) Of baluster form, worked in silver wire and decorated in various coloured enamels with a hawk in maple and cherry blossom trees and two pheasants beside a stream on a deep blue ground. Silver rims. 61.5cm. high. Christies 2013 - £31,250.

An Impressive Cloisonné Vase Mark of Hayashi Tanigoro Workshop, Meiji period…

A pair of cloisonné enamel vases By Hayashi Yojiro, Meiji period Each of rounded rectangular section tapering to a flared foot, the sides decorated in silver wire and bright enamels with complimentary images of floral panels, all reserved on a mirror-black ground, two stylized floral band encircling the waisted neck, a ring of lappets at the foot, the base centered by a maker's mark 'Yo'

A pair of cloisonné enamel vases By Hayashi Yojiro, Meiji period. Base signed by a maker's mark 'Yo'.

A small cloisonné enamel vase Christie’s Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

A small cloisonné enamel vase Meiji period (late century),(Workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki;

A small cloisonné enamel vase and cover  - By the workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki (1845-1927), Meiji period (late 19th century) The small vase of meiping form and worked in silver and gold wire and colored enamels with scrolling floral vines, floral roundels and butterflies on vertical panels, the foot and cover decorated with bands of stylized flower heads, with a gilt-metal chrysanthemum finial, signed on s silver tablet Kyoto Namikawa.

A small cloisonné enamel vase and cover By the workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki Meiji period (late century), signed on s silver tablet Kyoto Namikawa

A Satsuma Vase Signed Hotozan sei, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Decorated in various coloured enamels and gilt on a crackled cream glaze with Chinese and Japanese ceramics of various types and forms including Satsuma and Kutani, the neck and shoulder with a white dragon on an ornate brocade ground, a band of ho-o birds and flowers to the foot

A Satsuma Vase Signed Hotozan sei, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Decorated in various coloured enamels and gilt on a crackled cream glaze with Chinese and Japanese ceramics of various types and forms including Satsuma and Kutani, the neck and shoulder with a white dragon on an ornate brocade ground, a band of ho-o birds and flowers to the foot

A Cloisonné vase, signed Kyoto Namikawa) workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki(1845-1927), Meiji Period.

A cloisonné enamel vase

A Cloisonné vase, signed Kyoto Namikawa) workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki Meiji Period.

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