Japanese Cloisonné Enamel Vase made in Meiji period (1867 - 1911). Iris Flowers are beautifully depicted on the mesmerizing Nasu-Kon color background. Nasu-Kon (Eggplant-Blue in English) colored background is a unique feature of Japanese cloisonné enamel vase made in Meiji period.
The vase is stored in the wooden box made of paulownia, which was newly custom made for this particular vase. In Japan, it has been believed that p.Box is the best to keep valuable / fragile things for long period of time. S in excellent condition other than the below. A well done restoration at the neck just below the metal rim, which is not so obvious (photo #8).
Of photo #9 shows its part. Sign of aging at the bottom-end part. Which is also not so obvious.
(lower photo at photo #9). The shining parts on the photos are reflection of light, i. Approximate Size: Height: 18.3 cm / 7.2 in Diameter: 7.8 cm / 3.1 in W. Eight: 257 g / 9.1 oz. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
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