Large Japanese Cloisonne Edo – Meiji Period Kaji Tsunekichi Nagoya
Attributed to Kaji Tsunekichi ( 1803 – 1883) This tall traditional shaped Vase is made with polychrome enamel on copper, with copper wire. The front looks like a bird of prey standing on a Pine Tree, the back is a large prunus blossom tree in a cloisonne bonsai pot. It is fully decorated with stylized key, fret, clouds and waves in abstract patterns. It has some condition issues, noted is a 1 inch across filled damage on the left side. A small spot on the neck with enamel missing. It stand 18 ½ inches tall x 8 inches wide.