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Vase/Lamp, Japan, c.1880.

A really impressive example of cloisonné on porcelain. The technique of cloisonné on porcelain occupies a very short span of time in the history of Japanese cloisonné. As the artists searched for new ways to express their talent, they attempted this somewhat rare, and difficult to achieve form. The process involves embedding the wires into the porcelain, firing in the kiln, then applying the enamel pastes into the cloissons, firing again, and finally grinding and polishing. This piece was always a lamp, albeit an oil lamp at the beginning. The ormolu mounts are unusual, in that they were made in Japan, and are in oriental style. Most mounts were made in France or Belgium, and are in European style. Made in the Nagoya area of Japan.

14” tall vase.
34” tall overall.

$2500.00

Vase/Lamp, Japan, c.1880.

A really impressive example of cloisonné on porcelain. The technique of cloisonné on porcelain occupies a very short span of time in the history of Japanese cloisonné. As the artists searched for new ways to express their talent, they attempted this somewhat rare, and difficult to achieve form. The process involves embedding the wires into the porcelain, firing in the kiln, then applying the enamel pastes into the cloissons, firing again, and finally grinding and polishing. This piece was always a lamp, albeit an oil lamp at the beginning. The ormolu mounts are unusual, in that they were made in Japan, and are in oriental style. Most mounts were made in France or Belgium, and are in European style. Made in the Nagoya area of Japan.

14” tall vase.
34” tall overall.

$2500.00

Vase/Lamp, Japan, c.1880.

A really impressive example of cloisonné on porcelain. The technique of cloisonné on porcelain occupies a very short span of time in the history of Japanese cloisonné. As the artists searched for new ways to express their talent, they attempted this somewhat rare, and difficult to achieve form. The process involves embedding the wires into the porcelain, firing in the kiln, then applying the enamel pastes into the cloissons, firing again, and finally grinding and polishing. This piece was always a lamp, albeit an oil lamp at the beginning. The ormolu mounts are unusual, in that they were made in Japan, and are in oriental style. Most mounts were made in France or Belgium, and are in European style. Made in the Nagoya area of Japan.

14” tall vase.
34” tall overall.

$2500.00

Vase/Lamp, Japan, c.1880.

A really impressive example of cloisonné on porcelain. The technique of cloisonné on porcelain occupies a very short span of time in the history of Japanese cloisonné. As the artists searched for new ways to express their talent, they attempted this somewhat rare, and difficult to achieve form. The process involves embedding the wires into the porcelain, firing in the kiln, then applying the enamel pastes into the cloissons, firing again, and finally grinding and polishing. This piece was always a lamp, albeit an oil lamp at the beginning. The ormolu mounts are unusual, in that they were made in Japan, and are in oriental style. Most mounts were made in France or Belgium, and are in European style. Made in the Nagoya area of Japan.

14” tall vase.
34” tall overall.

$2500.00

Vase/Lamp, Japan, c.1880.

A really impressive example of cloisonné on porcelain. The technique of cloisonné on porcelain occupies a very short span of time in the history of Japanese cloisonné. As the artists searched for new ways to express their talent, they attempted this somewhat rare, and difficult to achieve form. The process involves embedding the wires into the porcelain, firing in the kiln, then applying the enamel pastes into the cloissons, firing again, and finally grinding and polishing. This piece was always a lamp, albeit an oil lamp at the beginning. The ormolu mounts are unusual, in that they were made in Japan, and are in oriental style. Most mounts were made in France or Belgium, and are in European style. Made in the Nagoya area of Japan.

14” tall vase.
34” tall overall.

$2500.00