Rare Pair of Copper Japanese Cloisonne Cups along with and a pair of Saucer Plate decorated with Gold Stone and Floral Motifs, Meiji Enameled Objects. This was made in Japan's Meiji Period (January 25, 1868 - July 30, 1912).
Listing is for the pair of Plates. Cups are made of copper which shows it's a older piece, newer pieces weren't made of copper and were typically made of brass. An array of Abstract Patterns with lots of Gold Stone applied to the pieces, so they are "sparkly". Objects feature Boldly Enameled Floral and Abstract elements. Diameter: 3.5 inches / 8.89 cm.
Diameter: 1.875 inches / 4.7625 cm. Diameter: 5.5 inches / 13.97 cm. Item is good condition and there is a normal wear given it's age; including light scratches, random enamel flaking / loss (see handles for example and backside of plate). Overall these pieces make great statement despite.The imperfections; these presents well. I also have Blue and White vases, other Larger vases and jars, Ginger Jars, and Cloisonne vases, check my other listings.