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Pair of Japanese Meiji Period Cloisonne Vases by Hayashi Chuzo

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    Posted 6 years ago

    kiwipaul
    (117 items)

    This pair of Hayashi Chuzo Japanese Cloisonne vases are about 25cm (10in) high. They're a nice matching pair with midnight blue grounds.

    I identified them from the recently published "The Art of Japanese Cloisonne Enamel" by Fredric Schneider, the signature is 042 in his index of marks and signatures.

    This book helped me identify a few other pieces as well, and I can highly recommend it as the new standard work on Japanese cloisonne.

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    1. apostata apostata, 1 year ago
      The Art of Japanese Cloisonne Enamel

      in holland we call this an Miep Kraak book

      i think this book is a disaster, he skipped whole era,s of cloisonne
      he got an scientifical meaning about the Rinpa school , which is absolute which is obsolete and a scientifical fallacy

      you have to flip/flop every page because the text on a different page than the image

      there are so many kanji misstakes in the book , that i think the writer hasn't even seen a Japanese menu in his life

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