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It appears to be a small Chinese cloisonne dish from around the 1930s. Small dishes like these were often part of a "smoking set" comprised of a canister, a matchbox cover, and a small dish such as t...
It's a cloisonne dragon, what looks like one of a set of so-called "health balls," although why someone tied some sort of cord around it is a mystery. Has the enamel been chipped in one spot, showing...
This is a piece with a signature seal from the Kuo cloisonne factory in Taiwan. Likely from 1970s to mid -80s.
These are Chinese cloisonne beads, likely from circa the 1930s. They were popular in US and European costume jewelry designs. Your necklace is a spectacular example, in fine condition. Some other...
Here's a link to Liveauctioneers with the piece similar to yours (only with a yellow background) and the label I mentioned in prior post: https://new.liveauctioneers.com/item/32380722_chinese-art-d...
I have a pic of a similar box, with it's signed paper label still affixed - artist name appears to be signed "Taila," made in China. A cigarette humidor, originally lined in wood, possibly part of a ...
Japanese champleve, possibly 1920s-30s.
My Beijing informant told me this translated as "North Suburb Crafts & Art."
Found the translation for this character seal in my files - Bei Jiao Gong Yi, likely the name of the atelier
This is a relatively recent piece, 1980s or later. The seal might translate to a workshop name, or it could be some rendition of an imperial seal - hard to tell. The speckled base enamel is modern. ...
This link to a Chinese company in Shenzen seems to feature a picture similar to yours. http://www.exportersindia.com/shenzhen-lu-jinjiang-jewelry-co-ltd/handmade-cloisonne-filigree-painting-bride-chi...
As to how old your pretty vase is, what I see are characteristics that seem to be common to Chinese pieces made during the 1960s-1980s: Vibrant orange enamel (developed during the early 1970s) Cobal...
Perhaps this blog post will be of interest in determining the decades during which this label was used by the Chinese: http://www.beadiste.com/2016/01/puzzling-evidence-fish-scale-pattern.html 1...
This is a type of cloisonne-style painting developed recently in China. There seem to be variations, some using aluminum wires and perhaps epoxy enamels, others using powdered glass cloisonne enamels...
The Beijing Enamel Company produced many such attractive plique a jour pieces during the 1980s in this style. The silver tone could be plating over the copper wires. If you Google Images for "chines...