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Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro
  • Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro

Meiji Period Japanese Cloisonné Vases Hayashi Tanigoro

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£400.00


Product Description

A fine pair of cloisonné enamel vases made by Hayashi Tanigoro of Nagoya during the late Meiji Period (1868-1912).

On a cobalt background, the vases portray a woodland scene where songbirds perch on wisteria branches. Further down, the vase is decorated with dense floral arrangements. The bulk of the pattern is set out in silver wires, though in areas the enamellist has removed them altogether. The orange cloud on the cheek of each bird being a fine example of wireless enamel

Both vases are signed with the Zhuanshu script version of ‘木’, the Japanese for Tree. Together they read Hayashi, in this case Hayashi Tanigoro who would often sign his pieces with a pair of archaic script ‘木’ in inlaid silver/gold wire.

The condition of the pair is generally good, though one vase has two bruises: one above the wisteria tree and another beneath the rim. The other is better with the pattern undisturbed and only a small bruise to the background enamel.

Size: 25 x 10.8cm (9¾ x 4¼”)
Weight: 1245g

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