Japanese cloisonne' enamel vase worked in silver and gilt wire signed Kin'unken zo 錦雲軒造 (Inaba Nanaho Studio- Kyoto), Meiji Period

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1085


Dimensions:
H 19cm x Dia. 18cm
H 7½" x Dia. 7"


Japanese cloisonne' enamel vase worked in silver and gilt wire with birds perched on branches in bloom, the neck decorated with paulownia flowers on a blue colour ground, signed in a square mark Kin'unken zo 錦雲軒造 (Inaba Nanaho Studio-Kyoto), Meiji Period.

Inaba Nanaho under the leadership of Ozaki Kyubei was the second most important studio in Kyoto founded in 1871 using the trade name Kinunken meaning "brocade-cloud-company". During the Meiji (1868-1912) and Taisho (1912-1926) Periods, they were awarded medals at many expositions in Vienna 1873, Paris 1878, New Orleans 1884, St. Louis 1904.


Dimensions:
H 19cm x Dia. 18cm
H 7½" x Dia. 7"

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