The base of each vase has been removed and mounted to a separately cast bronze stand by two screws (they can be removed). The top rim of each vase drilled with tapered holes along each side (presumably for mounting a cap/fixture).The surface of each vase with mottled oxidation to the metal, areas of scratching/wear and a small shallow dents. Despite the surface wear and alterations, the vases remain an attractive pair. All major flaws are noted in the condition report above; however, as each of our items is unique and with a history of its own, there may be minor flaws and signs of age from years of handing which are not mentioned. Please review all images carefully for an accurate depiction of the condition. All items subject to availability. However, at the customers request we will be happy to highlight any item as an "antique" or "100+ years old" if this is in fact true. Lost or Damaged Items: Unfortunately, boxes are occasionally lost, damaged or go missing during transit.
In the event of loss or item damage, we are required to notify the carrier so that a trace can be started. All descriptive & photographic material contained herein. The item "Pair Antique Japanese Meiji Period Silver Inlaid Bronze Cabinet Vases, C. 1900" is in sale since Wednesday, April 29, 2015. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Vases".The seller is "wunderhomefineart" and is located in Brooklyn, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.