History: Japan, this period of 1880 to 1920 became the golden era of Japanese master cloisonne craftsmen. After participating in International Exhibitions, bringing to France, in 1867, their first cloisonne exhibits.
With the years and their increased mastery, entitling them to prizes for their superb cloisonne items, Japan became the most sought-after exporter of cloisonne, replacing China. Pieces were designed and created over many months in the master's studios. Keeping the quality very high and the demand high as well.
This really nice vase painted in Teal Green with a flower motives in Yellow mustard around the vase. The interior and bottom of the vase is brass.Some of the cloisonne vase i checked on other websites, I notice that some were painted on the bottom and some were not.
Minor paint scratches non noticeable..
Vase is 7.5" height,11" (D) from the center round.
Thank you for checking the shop...