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A Cloisonne Enamel Charger,  17 Century, Decorated to the interior with a central medallion with prunus, lotus and peony, encircled by the Eight Buddhist Emblems, bajixiang, on a bright turquoise ground, the everted rim with a band of lotus flowers on scrolling foliage #AsianWorksofArt

A Cloisonn暲_ Enamel Charger Decorated to the interior with a central medallion with prunus, lotus and peony, encircled by the Eight Buddhist Emblems, bajixiang

A Cloisonné Vase Mark of the Hayashi Kodenji Workshop, Meiji Period.

indigodreams: “ "A Cloisonné Vase Mark of the Hayashi Kodenji Workshop, Meiji Period (late century) Worked in various thicknesses of silver wire and coloured cloisonné enamels on a.

A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE  MEIJI PERIOD (LATE 19TH CENTURY), SIGNED KYOTO http://www.christies.comNAMIKAWA (WORKSHOP OF NAMIKAWA YASUYUKI; 1845-1927)

A cloisonné enamel vase Meiji Period (late Century) signed Kyoto (Workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki

Five cloisonne vases including a pair of small bottle form vases with blossoming lotus and flowers, two 3 claw dragon vases, and a large enameled vase with geometric designs

Five cloisonne vases including a pair of small bottle form vases with blossoming lotus and flowers, two 3 claw dragon vases, and a large enameled vase with geometric designs

Rose Medallion - Chinese porcelains were first created in the 10 th century. In the 17 th century soft colored porcelains first appeared during the Quing Dynasty (1662-1911 AD) and kilns produced porcelains (like the Famille Rose) for the Chinese royal family and its friends. The Portuguese Established the first China porcelain trading station in Canton in 1556 and trade with the West began shortly thereafter. Source: piercegalleries.com

Rose Medallion - Chinese porcelains were first created in the 10 th century. In the 17 th century soft colored porcelains first appeared during the Quing Dynasty (1662-1911 AD) and kilns produced porcelains (like the Famille Rose) for the Chinese royal family and its friends. The Portuguese Established the first China porcelain trading station in Canton in 1556 and trade with the West began shortly thereafter. Source: piercegalleries.com

AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE CLOISONNE ENAMEL GINGER JAR AND COVER

An early century Chinese cloisonne enamel ginger jar and cover

LARGE NINE DRAGONS GILT CLOISONNE ENAMEL COVERED CENSER

The large gilt bronze cloisonne enamel Chinese covered censer having a bulbous body with wide opening rim, slightly raised on footed rim and covered with a dome

CHINESE CLOISONNE CHARGER, Scrolling lotus design, late 18th/early 19th c. 15 3/4", Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000

Rago Arts and Auction Center - Stickley and Modern furniture;

Fine Chinese Cloisonne Snuff Bottle

Fine Chinese Cloisonne Snuff Bottle

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