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Japanese cloisonne' enamel vase decorated with a pair of quails and flowers, one is scratching his head, signed under the silver base with the mark of Tamura III 田村 (Ota Yukio), Showa Period c.1945.

The quail 鶉 (uzura) is symbolic of the Autumn season, and also of courage and victory in battle.

Reference: 'The Art of Japanese Cloisonne' Enamel' F.T. Schneider pg. 256 no. 204-205.

Dimensions

H. 23cm x Dia. 20.5cm