A VERY FINE JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMELED BRONZE AND SILVER MOUNTED VASE, HAYASHI KODENJI WORKSHOP, MEJI PERIOD, CIRCA 1890. Of ovoid six panel form, decorated with cascading wisteria above irises on a midnight blue ground, signed with incised chop mark on base. Height 9.5 inches (24 cm).
A gold lacquer four-case inro By Koma Yasutada, 19th century Decorated on the usu-nashiji ground with chidori in flight above turbulent waters, the reverse, top and bottom with a continuation of the design, in gold and silver hiramakie, the birds lacquered in gold takamakie and the foam on the waves discreetly inlaid in gold studs, the interior of fundame, signed Koma Yasutada saku; with cloisonné-enamel ojime, unsigned.
A Cloisonné Vase Signed on a silver tablet Namikawa Yasuyuki, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Worked in silver wire and various coloured cloisonné enamels with butterflies among chrysanthemums and scrolling foliage on a pale green ground, the shoulder with foliate lappets containing paulownia interspersed with stylised chrysanthemums, the tall tapering neck with shippo-hanabishi, silver rims
Vase, Nagoya. Meiji, circa 1905 - signed with the silver wire seal of Kawade Shibataro - moriage enamel, applied with silver mounts | Khalili Collections | Japanese Art of the Meiji Period | Collections | Khalili