A silver and cloisonné enamel egg-shaped koro (incense burner) and cover
Probably made for the Ozeki Company, circa 1900
The body decorated all over with paulownia and foliage, all worked in translucent repoussé enamel with silver wire, reserved on an ishime ground, the domed partially-perforated cover similarly decorated and surmounted by a silver and gold writhing scaly-dragon finial, the base applied with a single large kiku-mon and supported by a similarly-coiled dragon, the interior silver lined, unsigned.
10.2cm (4in) high. (2).