As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this highly attractive matched pair of Meiji period 1868-1912 , circa 1885 Cloisonné enamel vases , each of the vases are decorated with a brace of Pidgeon’s amidst native Flora , one vase enamelled in a vibrant Pink the other in a more traditional light blue , much of the work on each vase rendered in Silver wire , the vases are heavily counter enamelled as you would expect for vases of this earlier period , loosely in the style of the earlier works by Namikawa Sosuke , each vase further decorated with Stylised borders and an unusual diamond patterned neck , it is possible that the original owner purchased these vases from the same outlet and chose different colours , which compliment each other nicely , or that they have been matched up in later life , one thing for certain in that they were manufactured by the same studio in the late 19th century, a very pleasing pair of Cloisonné enamel vases that would enhance your Japanese works of art collection.
Another item from the USA collection .
Condition Report :
Very good condition , minimal age related wear to rims .
Approximate sizes :
Height : 5 1/8″ 13 cm
Diameter : 4.5″ 11.5 cm
Free worldwide delivery and a certificate of authenticity are included in the price of this item .