A pair of Cloisonné enamel vases, of tapering baluster form. Attributed to the Hayashi Kodenji Studios. 1868 - 1912, early 20th century. The bodies depicting a scene with two large pure white Crane birds, in opposing forms. The work is applied using silver-tone wires, on a bold cobalt blue enamel ground.
Upper and lower rims with geometric patterned borders and gilt metal finish. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks or restoration. Minor scratch on one vase.
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