A Pair of Japanese Bronze Vase with Metal Inlays Signed. In a Classic Meiping shape, the pair has a mirrored inlay with gold, silver and red enamel that depicts a pair of roosters perched on plum branches in blossom. The workmanship of the inlay is very intricate, with expertly highlighting and details, and the bronze surface shows a wonderful oiled patina.
Both are signed in Kanji by the artist Mitsufune (engraved by Guangzhou). The original wood storage boxes (tomobakos) are present. Referece: for an almost identical pair by the same artist see: Christie's Lot 52, Sale 4140 Masterful Exuberance, Artistic Craftsmanship of Imperial Japan: The Property of a Lady London, South Kensington 18 May 2012. TISHU offers collectible Design, Art and Antiques for exquisite living. Let timeless beauty be the only rule.
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The item "A Pair of Japanese Bronze Vase with Metal Inlays Signed Mitsufune" is in sale since Wednesday, January 23, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Vases". The seller is "gallery-t" and is located in Miami, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.