Japanese cloisonné enamel by Hayashi Chuzō Meiji period

Japanese cloisonné enamel by Hayashi Chuzō Meiji period

Code: 10206


W: 10cm (3.9")H: 15cm (5.9")


Japanese cloisonné enamel vase finely worked in silver wire with a pair of Manchurian cranes on a shore above crushing waves and another crane flying above, on a cream ground the foot bordered with stylised flowers applied with copper gilt mounts with the Hayashi Chuzō mark, Meiji period (1868-1912).

The artist Hayashi Chuzō was active from 1860 to 1920. He exhibited at the San Francisco Exposition in 1915 and won a silver award at the International Exhibition in Liège in 1905.

Reference: ‘The Art of Japanese Cloisonné Enamel: History, Techniques and Artists, 1600 to the Present’, by Frederich T. Schneider, North Carolina, 2010, pg. 66, pg. 244 no. 42 and pg. 270.


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