JAPANESE SILVER BEAKER, APPLIED CHRYSANTHEMUMS, MEIJI PERIOD, JAPAN LATE 19. This lovely beaker was made in Japan during the Meiji period, when the Japanese had the best and most skilful metal workers in the world producing handcrafted goods. Made from high-grade silver, the workmanship is of high quality and the silver is of good gauge and purity. The wonderful chrysanthemum spray has been fashioned separately and applied to the wall of the beaker.
It shows a spray of pompom type chrysanthemums with a group of three in full bloom on one branch, some tighter blooms, buds and leaves. The spray is thick and stands out from the beaker as it wraps around in a three-dimensional way. The beaker has the Japanese silver mark, or jungin.
To the underside of the base which was predominantly used between 1868 and 1912. Size Height 9.6 cms. Please message me with any queries. Thank you for looking and dont forget to check my other listings for antique European, Indian, Middle Eastern, Chinese and Asian silver.If you are looking to sell, please contact me with details. The item "JAPANESE SILVER BEAKER, APPLIED CHRYSANTHEMUMS, MEIJI PERIOD, JAPAN LATE 19TH C" is in sale since Thursday, May 23, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Cups/Goblets". The seller is "jcohenantiques" and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.