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
William Moorcroft made for Liberty & Co. Squat Vase in the Cornflower Pattern.
Storage Jar: Blue-and-White Ware, Vietnam (Annam), century (not as indicated the museum) stoneware (not porcelain) with underglaze blue, H. cm Cleveland Museum of Art
Beautiful Japanese plique a jour cloisonne vase with an all over design of blossoming plum branches, lovely turquoise ground, no cracks, Meiji/Taisho Period (early century).