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Japanese cloisonné enamel vase, worked in silver and gilt wire with birds perched on branches in bloom. The neck with paulownia flowers details, signed in a square mark Kinunken zo 錦雲軒造 (Inaba Nanaho Studio-Kyoto), Meiji Period.

Inaba Nanaho (trade name Kinunken meaning 'brocade cloud company') under the leadership of Ozaki Kyubei, was the second most important studio in Kyoto founded in 1871.

During the Meiji period (1868-1912) and Taisho period (1912-1926) they were awarded medals at many expositions in Vienna 1873, Paris 1878, New Orleans 1884 and St. Louis 1904.

Dimensions

H 19 cm x Diameter 7.5 cm (shoulder to shoulder)

Price

£3800.00

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