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Globular vase with kutani glazes, ca. 1995  Porcelain with kutani glazes

Joan B Mirviss - Globular vase with kutani glazes, ca. 1995 Porcelain with kutani glazes 8 x 8 in.

A Small Cloisonné Enamel Jar and Cover Meiji period (cirac 1890), signed Kyoto Namikawa [workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki, 1845-1927] The ovoid body enamelled tea-green and designed in colored enamels and silver wire with two writhing dragons, the neck and cover decorated with swirling clouds against a brown ground, the foot with a formal lappet band; silver mounts and silver chrysanthemum-form finial; signature on silver tablet mounted to base 3¼in. (8.2cm.) high

A Small Cloisonné Enamel Jar and Cover Meiji period (cirac signed Kyoto Namikawa [workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki,

A Satsuma pottery incense burner, Meiji period, 1868-1912, Japan. Surface finely painted with iron-red, chrysanthemum flowers and enameled foliage

A Satsuma pottery incense burner, Meiji period, Japan. Surface finely painted with iron-red, chrysanthemum flowers and enameled foliage

A cloisonné enamel incense burner (koro) and cover Attributed to Honda Yosaburo of Kyoto, Meiji period (late 19th century)

A cloisonné enamel incense burner (koro) and cover Attributed to Honda Yosaburo of Kyoto, Meiji period (late century)

Adrian Saxe - Celadon Covered Jar | LACMA Collections

Adrian Saxe - Celadon Covered Jar | LACMA Collections

A large tripodic cloisonné censer worked in colored enamels and silver wires. On one panel, cranes cluster among bamboo in pastel hues against a pale green ground; on the other, pheasants and plovers under flowering sakura appear against a delicate blue ground. Marvelous scrollwork, geometric forms and kiku cover all remaining areas, including the bottom, reticulated lid and knop. Height, 10; width, 7.5. Attribution: Hayashi Kodenji. Meiji Period.

A large tripodic cloisonné censer worked in colored enamels and silver wires.

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