A rectangular form tray with a cloisonne enamel scene of geese and flowers framed with a porcelain border decorated with sparrows. There are a few very small flecks in the cloisonne portion and some glaze imperfections in the border. It measures 15.5" x 11.75" and dates about 1890. It is signed Takeuchi Chubei on the reverse side.
This an elegantly formed Meiji Period pair of flared mouth Japanese cloisonne vases with chrysanthemum designs over a deep teal ground. The overall condition is good and they measure 7.25" x 3.25". There is a 1/3" long nick in the enamel which can be seen in the images, as well original pitting. The mark on the underside appears to be that of Tamura.
This is a highly unusual example of cloisonne with applied silver overlay. The silver is decorated with subtle chase work, adding an elegant touch to this interesting piece. There are multiple lines on the body of the vase as can be seen in the images, but we took the rarity of the piece into consideration when we purchased it. It measures 6" x 1.1", is artist signed on the underside and dates about 1900 - 1920.
A fine depiction of doves in a foliate and floral motif over a blue ground. Condition is excellent less some pitting, mainly on the enameled rim at the top. This item measures 7.5" x 3.5" and date about 1900 - 1920.
This pretty plaque measures 14" x 10" including the frame and the frame border is 1.5". We have not unscrewed the wooden mounts in the back to see if it is signed. There are some surface scratches and original pitting, but there does not appear to be any chips in the enamel. This item dates about 1920.
The Ivory Tower, Inc.
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This is a wonderful cloisonne vase with an interesting combination of both wireless and silver wire work. The condition is excellent with no damages at all and it dates back to the early 20th century. It measures 11" x 5".