FRENCH TURQUOISE-GROUND OPALINE VASES CIRCA 1830-1840, BACCARAT
A pair of very large Meiji period cloisonné enamel vases. Japanese, late 19th Century.
A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL ‘LOTUS’ VASE QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY of quatrelobed form, rising from a spreading foot to a waisted neck flanked by a pair of gilt-bronze elephant handles, the exterior brightly decorated with stylised lotus sprays above lappet and ruyi bands, all below stylised floral sprays below ruyi heads, the rim, shoulder and foot encircled by raised gilt-bronze fillets, Japanese wood box
A BLUE-GROUND FAMILLE-ROSE FLOWER JAR. Qing Dynasty, H:8.0 in
Pair of Cloisonné enamel vases decorated with birds, Ando Company. V&A Museum.
Royal Vienna Porcelain vase of Children Wagner Antique Furstenberg German porcelain portrait vase. Has a stunning hand painted scene depicting two young girls playing together with a rabbit. Made late 19th century to early 20th century. 4 7/8 inches in height.
ROYAL VIENNA VASE
Vase by Namikawa Yasuyuki The slender vase of baluster form with an enlongated neck and designed in polychrome enamels worked in silver wire with scrolling vines and varieties of chrysanthemums on a dark blue ground, the shoulder decorated with a band of butterflies and flower heads and the neck with formal lozenge motifs on a mustard-yellow ground, the foot ringed with panels of flower heads on a mustard-yellow ground; silver mounts; signature on silver tablet mounted on base
Vaas met deksel, Meissener Porzellan Manufaktur, ca. 1735 - ca. 1740