Shippo Yaki, the Japanese words for cloisonne, and was first made in AD 646-794. This pale yellow enamel vase was made in the 1950s and was a gift to my parents in Japan. The flowers on the vase are a spring chrysanthemum, apple blossoms and buds, and a lily. The back is plain. The vase is 9 1/2" tall and 6" in diameter just under the neck. It has a silver rim on the top and bottom. The cloisonne has hidden wires. There are no signage and no damage.