A pair of large cloisonné enameled metal covered jars Meiji Period
Lot 2240W
A pair of large cloisonné enameled metal covered jars
Meiji Period
Sold for US$ 3,231 inc. premium

Fine Asian Works of Art

7 Jun 2005, 13:00 PDT

San Francisco

Lot Details
Japanese Cloisonne Enamel, Metalwork, Swords and Kodogu

Property of various owners
A pair of large cloisonné enameled metal covered jars
Meiji Period
Each decorated with a large reserve to front and back filled with various flowering spring branches visited by songbirds, set aginast a white floral-scroll filled ground containing dragon roundels to each side ban beneath an alternating color band containing other floral scrolls at the collar; the domed covers supporting two-section melon form finials (losses and small restorations to finials).
Height 27 1/2 in (69.8 cm)
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