Meiji Period Black Glass Cloisonné Enamel Vase Kannon Dragon Adachi Kinjiro. Meiji period, late 19th Little is known of Adachi Kinjiro, but he is recorded as having exhibited at the 1893 World's Columbian Exhibition in Chicago where he was awarded bronze prize. 6 tall, vase of ovoid shape and everted neck, copper mounts, decorated in colored cloisonné enamels on a dark blue and worked in various thicknesses of silver and copper wire on a hammered silver foil ground, with Kannon holding a sutra scroll aloft, on the back of a dragon, signed Adachi (Adachi Kinjiro).Condition - please carefully view images. This very delicate antique piece does have signs of ware and age. The glass has a sizable chip on the back side. Not visible from the front view. There are also fine hairline cracks on the bottom. Please be very sure to view images. Black glass, bright purple, and blue kimono. Green dragon, over clouds of blue. Beautiful piece of late 19th century Japanese Cloisonné.