Chinese Japanese Meiji Imperial Emperor Cloisonne Vase, Kawaguchi Bunzaemon
IN THE MEIJI PERIOD,, HE WANTED TO PUT THE VASE IN ONE OF HIS AUCTIONS. NOW GETTING BACK TO MY FIRST TIME I LISTED IT I GOT THIS IN A BOX OF STUFF THAT WAS IN THE GARAGE , THE NEWSPAPER WRAPPING IT WAS 1998 , I GOT THIS AND A OLD BOWL IN THIS BOX I BELIEVE THE BOWL WAS LAYING ON TOP OF THE VASE IS WHERE THE DAMAGE STARTED IF YOU LOOK VERY CLOSE TO THE PICTURE WITH THE HANDLES YOU CAN SEE SOME VERY SMALL CRACKING ,, ALL THE PAPER WORK IN THE 6th PICTURE CAME OUT OF THE VASE ,, I LIKE THE ONE IT IS WRITTEN ON A LAUNDRY LIST FORM FROM A MOTEL / HOTEL AND IS ALSO WRITTEN IN JAPANESE OR CHINESE ,,, LIKE I SAID ANY INFO WOULD HELP ME. THIS IS FROM A VERY NICE EBAYER. The vase is a presentation piece, indicated by the white, 16-petal flower (mon) prominently displayed on the front. These pieces as you wrote in the description, are presented to the Japanese emperor. A highly sought after artist. Thank you for your service and JESUS BLESS YOU.
The item "Chinese Japanese Meiji Imperial Emperor Cloisonne Vase, Kawaguchi Bunzaemon" is in sale since Tuesday, January 28, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Vases".
The seller is "jesusinrich" and is located in Jacksonville, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Region of Origin: Japan
- Age: 1900-1940
- Primary Material: Bronze
- Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
- Color: Multi-Color