Japanese Art:Cloisonne


Rare Japanese Meiji period Cloisonne Enamel Kashiki Sweets Box
item#: 1428466
price: SOLD
Japanese Meiji period cloisonné enamel lidded square form kashiki (confectionery box for tea ceremony sweets) with canted corners supported on four attached tapered and splayed legs. The lid is decorated with a variety of fans of varying shapes and designs set against a black ground; the sides are covered in a dense floral diaper pattern in blue, yellow, and brown; and the bottom is decorated in clusters of flowers and scrolling foliage set against a black background. Ginbari highlights to the lid. Turquoise enamel interior. Unsigned. Late 19th/early 20th century. 6 5/8” diameter by 4 1/4” high. Very good overall condition with no damage evident. Please excuse the reflection in some of the images. From the estate of Tucson educator Noel Ring.

Rare Japanese Meiji period Cloisonne Enamel Kashiki Sweets Box
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