Spectacular and rare cloisonne made in Nagoya circa 1860 - late Edo period.
Attributed to Kaji Tsunekichi (1803–83) who was responsible for the renaissance of Japanese cloisonné
High-quality cloisonné with brass wire and various coloured enamels.
Body is decorated mainly with patterns of Karakusa foliage and Kiku flowers.
Arrow-shaped collar surrounding the neck is filled up with traditional Japanese geometrical patterns of: Kōjitsunagi, Shippō, Asanoha.
Foot rim decorated with cloud motif.
Condition: nearly perfect, with one small chipped area on the foot as shown on the photo.
This is a very rare item of museum quality that was preserved in great condition.
Height: 18cm ≈ 7"
Diameter: 38cm ≈ 14.9"
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