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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this exquisite and charming vase from the latter part of the Meiji Period 1868-1912 , circa 1890 , the elegant slender necked vase is formed from Shibuichi giving it a heavy and balanced feel , the tall neck is solid silver as is the foot rim , the unknown artist has captured a delightful portrayal of a Sulphur crested Cockatiel resting upon the branch of a tree, whilst preening his feathers , the onlaid work is super quality with the Bird itself being formed from Silver Gold and Shakudo , the remainder of the decoration incorporates onlaid Gold flowers and grasses around the base of the tree , a truly magical example of Japanese metalwork .


North of England collection, and previously supplied by ourselves.

Condition report:

The condition is exquisite !!

Approximate sizes:

Height:       8.5″    22 cm

Diameter:   3.5″     9 cm

Weight :   254 gms

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