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KOMEK PAZARI | Konya Meslek Edindirme Kursları | Konya Büyükşehir Belediyesi

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Japanese White Cloisonné Vase With Flowers

Japanese White Cloisonne Vase With Flowers pre 1950

A rare cloisonne enamel vase of modified ovoid form with spreading branches of cherry blossoms and buds in quiet pastels against a delicate green ground. The graduated greens of the background add contrast to the brilliance of the petals, creating a graceful vision of spring. Kumeno Teisburo signature with tomobako. Height: 13", Taisho Period, Japan

A rare cloisonne enamel vase of modified ovoid form with spreading branches of cherry blossoms and buds in quiet pastels against a delicate green ground. The graduated greens of the background add contrast to the brilliance of the petals, creating a graceful vision of spring. Kumeno Teisburo signature with tomobako. Height: 13", Taisho Period, Japan

A rare cloisonne enamel vase of modified ovoid form with spreading branches of cherry blossoms and buds in quiet pastels against a delicate green ground. The graduated greens of the background add contrast to the brilliance of the petals, creating a graceful vision of spring. Kumeno Teisburo signature with tomobako. Height: 13", Taisho Period, Japan

A rare cloisonne enamel vase of modified ovoid form with spreading branches of cherry blossoms and buds in quiet pastels against a delicate green ground. The graduated greens of the background add contrast to the brilliance of the petals, creating a graceful vision of spring. Kumeno Teisburo signature with tomobako. Height: 13", Taisho Period, Japan