RARE Japanese Meiji Style 12” Cloisonné Enamel Vase, Japan, 1900-1920!

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Seller: e-drop (4,802) 99.3%, Location: Wichita, Kansas, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 254033673487 Description: RARE Japanese Meiji Style 12” Cloisonné Enamel Vase, Japan, 1900-1920! Up for auction is a wonderful Meiji period Cloisonné enamel vase, with narrow neck and flared body. Decorated with wild flowers and a pair of love birds, on a deep red background this vase is an outstanding example of Meiji period craftsmanship. This Japanese Cloisonné vase was made in the late 19th or early 20th century. The Chinese introduced Cloisonné, an ancient art of decorating metal vessels, to Japan in the 1830s. Through this technique, artists create intricately compartmentalized designs with soldered metal wires, fill them with colored enamel, then fire, grind and polish them. Objects that are embellished with Cloisonné designs, like the technique itself, are often also called Cloisonné. In Japan, Cloisonné adorned small items like jewelry, architectural elements, samurai sword fittings, portions of writing sets and water-droppers. Few of these early examples have survived, however. This highly intricate craft gained popularity in the 1850s when, after more than 200 years of isolationism, Japan initiated contact with the West. Much of the finest Cloisonné was produced during the Meiji “Golden Age” (1868-1912) and into the early Taisho Period, with Japanese participation in international expositions and world’s fairs. Cloisonné production soared as demand for exotic Japanese art swept through Europe and America. Measures approximately 12" tall, with a 2 3/4" base and is 4 1/2" wide. There is one hairline crack and one "flea bite" on the backside of the vase and another on the front near the neck, but otherwise it is in lovely antique condition. As with any previously owned and displayed piece, anyone looking for additional defects may find them, so we can’t guarantee this piece is 100% blemish-free but it is in wonderful antique condition! See pictures. NOTE: It will be insured and shipped in a custom-built box, specifically designed to protect it for shipping. Transaction Notes: We try to be fair and accurate with all our listings, please read the item description and bid carefully. We give you the information that is supplied to us by our vendors. If this information is incorrect, please email me before leaving negative feedback. We take item photos at time of sale unless noted. We are not experts in all the items we offer so please look over the photos carefully. In most cases, you should be able to click them to see larger versions. If it's not in the photos, it's not included (even if you think it should be). This is not a retail store. All sales are final, and all items are sold “AS IS”. 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In most cases this will be minus shipping and eBay fees, although if it was a blatant mistake by us we will of course offer a complete refund. Bottom line, we want you to be happy with your purchase! About Us: edrop is the Midwest’s premier online drop-off store. We make it easy for anyone to sell their things on online. We professionally photograph their items and list them on one or more of our multiple online marketplaces. We then take care of payment collection, packing, shipping and of course, customer service! Because of our size and years of experience, our customers have the confidence that every item sold through edrop is backed with OVER 15 YEARS of locally earned credibility and experience. edop, You Drop It Off, We Sell It Online! Condition: There is one hairline crack and one "flea bite" on the backside of the vase and another on the front near the neck, but otherwise it is in lovely antique condition. As with any previously owned and displayed piece, anyone looking for additional defects may find them, so we can’t guarantee this piece is 100% blemish-free but it is in wonderful antique condition!, Type: Vases, Region of Origin: Japan, Age: MEIJI PERIOD 1868 - 1912, Primary Material: Cloisonne, Original/Reproduction: Antique Original, Color: Red, Featured Refinements: Meiji Vase

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