This is an absolutely fabulous Antique Cloisonn Vase Lamp IN GOOD CONDITION! This wonderful vase is a genuine antique and dates to the 1800's or early 1900's. It is a spectacular example and features a dragon decoration and was later electrified and is now a lamp. Minor denting around the rim. It measures approximately: 16" H (to top of socket) X 5 1/2" (max width); base 4" X 4".
A Very Tall Antique Japanese Awaji Pottery Vase On A Rosewood Stand, Circa 1900. The Vase Is Bright Blue At The Base And Fades To Cream At The Top. Is Measures 14" Tall Without The Stand. The Condition Is Good Except For A Tiny Glaze Chip On The Underside Of The Rim, Shown Close Up In The Last Picture.
The vase made in the reign of the Meiji Period, which was between 1868 and 1912 and is decorated in Shibuichi. Shibuichi is the Japanese technique of a mixture of alloy of silver and copper inlaid into bronze. The vase is designed with a slender tapering body inlaid in silver, gilt and copper, depicting cockerel and a hen with flowing tails, perched among cherry blossom. The vase is inscribed on the side with a title, translating to "Spring Dawn", which would refer to the birds greeting the sunrise. The
This is a fantastic antique Meiji period Japanese Satsuma palace vase... It is large and heavy, being an impressive 16" tall, and about 10" across the widest part. The base is 5 3/4" in diameter and the top is about 6 1/4" in diameter. It weighs 8.7 pounds. The entire piece is covered with beautiful hand painted scenes and designs... and highlighted with incredible raised gold and enamel work. The gold sparkles in the light, with very little wear to the gold. There are Japanese Samurai, Scholars, Geishas,
Antique Japanese Cloisonné Enamel Floral Vase Finely detailed Cloisonné enamel vase, late Meiji period, circa 1900. Description A finely detailed antique Japanese cloisonné enamel vase with an attractive floral design with 'goldstone' accents. Late Meiji period, circa 1900. Antique Japanese Cloisonné Enamel Floral Vase
Shopping cart Antique Japanese Meiji Period Imari Vase Bold, strong colours to this chunky Late 19th Century Antique Japanese Meiji Period Imari Vase where the typical Imari palette of Iron Red and Cobalt Blue is used to great effect in the overall design of naive stylised flowers. Height ~ 24.75 cm. / 9.75 inches ~ Width ~ 14.00 cm. / 5.50 inches ~ Depth ~ 14.00 cm. / 5.50 inches ~ Year ~ Circa 1895. AJMPIV2-39
Meiji Era 2 sister vases Japanese origin. Appraiser said marks on bottom are 18th century Kitei Wake Heikichi refers to Tortoise Hall 18251875 whose family continued the mark. Price is for the pair. The 6 colors on vase Go Tsai are vibrant dee
This is an absolutely fabulous Antique Japanese Bronze Dragon Vase IN EXCELLENT CONDITION! This wonderful vase is a genuine antique and dates to the 19th Century. It measures approximately: 14 3/4" tall.
A finely detailed antique Japanese Cloisonné enamel Vase Finely detailed Cloisonné enamel vase, late Meiji period, circa 1900. Description A finely detailed antique Japanese cloisonné enamel vase with an attractive floral 'mon' design with a five butterfly design. Black ground with colorful designs. Late Meiji period, circa 1900. A finely detailed antique Japanese Cloisonné enamel Vase
Shopping cart Antique Japanese Meiji Period Imari Vase A fine Late 19th Century Antique Japanese Meiji Period Vase of baluster form, naively decorated with trees and flowers in a typical Imari palette of Iron Red and Cobalt Blue. Good glaze and sparkling colours to this attractive old piece. Height ~ 20.25 cm. / 8.00 inches ~ Width ~ 13.90 cm. / 5.50 inches ~ Year ~ Circa 1885. AVJIOV-14
Superb quality antique Japanese Satsuma pottery vase, Meiji period (1868-1912). The baluster body with a trumpet neck elaborately painted in gilt and polychrome enamels with Kannon amid various rakan (Buddhist saints) and white spotted dragon, the high shoulder adorned with raised panels and the circular Shimazu family crest. The base inscribed in gold with Shimazu family crest and maker's signature. CONDITION: The vase is in good condition with no cracks, restorations or repairs. MEASUREMENTS: 24.8 cm (9
Shopping cart Antique Japanese Meiji Period Imari Baluster Vase A most attractive Late 19th Century Antique Japanese Meiji Period Imari Vase of baluster form and of finest quality, with overall busy decoration in a typical Imari palette of Iron Red and Cobalt Blue. Height ~ 25.40 cm. / 10.00 inches ~ Width ~ 12.70 cm. / 5.00 inches ~ Depth ~ 12.70 cm. / 5.00 inches ~ Year ~ Circa 1880. AJMPIBV-39
This is a quality antique authentic Japanese cloisonne miniature bottle although it does have some minor injuries it is gorgeous. The vase is decorated with silver wire forming elegant, long Wisteria vines. Very beautiful colors. This beautiful Meiji Period (1868 - 1912) piece is unsigned as most cloisonne is. There is some chipping and a bent top rim and chipping to the lower section, please see the related photos. This cannot be helped with very old pieces It does have a new base. Size: Height 3.14" or 8
Antique Japanese Seto 瀬戸 Pottery Hanging Kabin/ Flower Vase as a 魚 Sakana/ Fish This is a well made 100 year old quality Seto piece, as a hanging flower vase called a Kake-Hanaire of Japanese SETO pottery ware. This was made about 100 years ago for the tea ceremony. This is one my favorite Seto pieces, the blue color and handwork especially of the scales is incredible. In my notes I wrote that the seller told me that there is Kamahi on the body, but I cannot find the translation anywhere, or remember if
This beautiful olive green color antique Japanese vase is depicting a moriage enamel dragon that goes around the vase. This gorgeous vase is in excellent condition and it measures approx. 12"H x 7 1/2"W. There is no marking at the bottom but this piece is circa 1900-1920's
A gorgeous antique Japanese Cloisonne Vase. A long slender neck with a bulbous bottom. It is skillfully decorated in simple elegance with groupings of flowers around the vase. The web site "Id Cloisonne" classifies a similar vase into their group of cloisonne she calls the "WOW Factor" or the "Impressive Piece Gallery". And, because it is not identified by signature or mark, I truly agree with this as a perfect choice. She further dates these as Japanese Export vases of the 1920s.. A quality choice
A gorgeous antique Japanese Cloisonne Vase. It is very unusual in shape, a scalloped top rim and slender neck giving way to wide shoulders. It is skillfully decorated all over in butterflies, many different flowers and all done in numerous beautiful colors; all connected in what appears to be a rope of small dark pearls. The web site "Id Cloisonne" classifies a near identical vase into their group of cloisonne she calls the "WOW Factor" or the "Impressive Piece Gallery". And, because it is not identified by
This very large antique porcelain Kinkoan vase was made in the latter part of the Meiji period (1868-1912). It is hand signed, a very important factor in its authenticity and value- Great Japan Kinkozan. The great potter Kinkozan and his studios most well known for Satsuma style porcelain and crackle pottery. It is a large 16" vase in what is most commonly known as amphora form(a Greek word); I do not know the name in japanese but on my list of things to do. It is a slender and curvy cylindrical style that
A beautiful small Satsuma vase, this is an update to description with a correction to the signatures on the bottom. First, I purchased it from a gentleman of Japanese heritage who lives in Oregon before I understood the background simply for it class and beauty. I found it came out of storage from his grandfather's old antique store owned before 1941. His grandparents were retained in the US during WWII and it has been there in storage since 1941, until a few years ago. The pottery and design of the vase is
Both front and back of this charming small Satsuma Vase show 3 boys studying. The side panels are decorated with nishikide diapers. There are overall gilt accents. The vase is slightly over 5" high. It is in excellent condition. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs. The only wear showing is to the gilding around the lip of the vase. I date it c. 1885.
Antique Japanese toy cloisonn silver foil vase in perfect condition measuring a mere 3" tall. Dates to around 1900.
Antique Japanese Hirado 平戸 Vase with Dragon Handles and Silver Cap A fine handmade and hand painted vase of Hirado. The design of the handles is one giveaway which almost looks like a dragon- elephant handle. The facial expression and characters of the bird watching the frogs and the frogs themselves are indicative of Hirado art. They are surrounded by finely painted and detailed foliage. It is at least 100 years old of the Meiji Period, 1868 to 1912. The piece on the top is absolutely real silver, and it
Beautiful small Koransha vase white and black background with multiple beautiful polychrome colors in a motif of flowers ferns and foliage. The reddish brown spots are leaves floating in the autumn wind, they are not age damage or marks. Handcrafted by a potter for Koransha and signed on the bottom with the Koransha mark. Age is of the Meiji period or possibly older. In very good antique condition without damage or repair just very minor and typical age wear. See more below about Koransha. SIZE: Height 5"
Japanese Antique Satsuma 薩摩焼 Water Bucket/ Vase The water bucket is used often as symbolism in Japanese arts. It symbolizes carrying water from the well in old times. Japanese mythology embraces agriculturally based folk religion, and many of these stories are based around the water bucket or pail. The oldest documented water pales or buckets were made of wood or clay. This piece of Satsuma over 100 years old as one would expect is handmade and hand painted. It dates to the Meiji period (1868-1912). It is
A lovely antique Japanese Imari fluted,ribbed vase in very good condition though there is a glaze imperfection about one inch round on one side.. check photos please.. measures 7 3/4" high x 14" circumference x 5" wide. colors remain vibrant..
A beautiful Arita vase of transfer ware in very good condition for an antique. As per the seller from the UK, this is Arita. In a recent search for something else i ran across a vase that makes me think this piece, as well as another piece was have, is Seto Ware instead. It is very heavy, hand made and hand painted. Blue and white (Sometsuki) porcelain decorated with birds and flowers, not signed. Very beautiful porcelain with gorgeous painting and sheen. The pictures do not do this vase justice. See more
A great piece of Hirado, very unique as all Hirado is a purchase from Japan. From in the Edo period (1850-1899) Hirado is gorgeous hand made porcelain made by very special techniques of mixing other materials with clay to not used d in any other kilns. This was made about 120 years ago. This is old original. HIRADO is the pottery of Nagasaki Prefecture in Japan. It is traditional pottery.This hanging vase measures: SIZE : Width 3.6 in : Length 3.5 in : Height 12.2 in : Weight 450 g Most of the items we sell
It is never too early to start thinking of your loved ones and the HOLIDAYS! If you spend $300. or more in a single or combined purchase you will receive a gift whose value is $30. plus. We are pleased to offer for sale this spectacular example of early Champleve. Beautifully enameled in bright colors. This is a vintage brass / bronze champleve vase or urn. I estimate its from early 1900's. It has two elephant handles. It is marked "Made in Japan" on the base. It has very ornate designs all over. It
Antique Japanese Cloisonné Enamel Butterfly Vase Antique Japanese Cloisonné Enamel Butterfly Vase Old Goldstone accents Early Meiji Period, circa 1870. Description A beautiful antique Japanese Cloisonné enamel butterfly vase with flowing floral decorations. Goldstone accents on elegant form. Minor and usual pitting. Nice early Meiji example. Antique Japanese Cloisonné Enamel Butterfly Vase
This beautiful piece is done in the Ginbari foil technique with enamels in a manner similar to cloisonne. The colors are gorgeous. The background is an extremely pale minty green. On top are vibrant mauves and pinks with a variety of shades of light to dark green foliage and a touch of yellow and a teensy bit of blue. Once again taking photos with or without the flash leaves us wanting to represent the true color at its best. The first photo shows the vase side by side, one shot with the flash and one