Sensational Pair Of Japanese Cloisonne Enamel Vases- Ando Company

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As part of our Japanese works of art collection we are delighted to offer this large and most unusual pair of Meiji Period 1868-1912 , circa 1900, cloisonne enamel vases by the highly regarded Ando company, this most unusual pair of vases depict an owl in a tree top gazing out at the night sky, the opposing vase simply designed to highlight the birds moonlit setting, the main body of each vase painstakingly enameled in a wireless technique (musen) to demonstrate the effect of a moody night sky with the enamels graduating from blue to grey, the owl and foliage are worked in standard cloisonne techniques with the use of silver wires , each vase is fitted with substantial silver base and neck rims and signed to the underside with the Ando seal. A most unusual and important pair of cloisonne enamel vases that would grace any room or simply add to a serious enamel collection.

Provenance : 

Direct from UK collection.

Condition report : 

Fine original condition.

Approximate Sizes : 

Height :  14 1/4″  36 cm

Diameter : 7 1/4″  18.5 cm

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