A Cloisonné enamel lidded jar, of squat form. By the studio of Kumeno Teitaro, Meiji Period C. 1868 - 1912, late 19th century. The exceptional body, a deep teal-blue tone, covered in pink and white sakura blossom, blooming from aged timber branches. The work is entirely applied in low-relief enamel, a specialist technique called moriage.
The work is so fine, the decoration of the body is in perfect symmetry with the lid. Signed the seal of "Kumeno Teitaro".Good condition with no chips or restoration. A very small hairline to the edge of the lid. 11cm in height (excluding the timber stand). At Matsuri Japanese Art, your undivided trust is of the upmost importance to our continued success. All items go through a multi-point inspection, examining their authenticity and condition, before being offered for sale.
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This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Vases". The seller is "the-kinkozan-man" and is located in Clayton South, VIC. This item can be shipped worldwide.