A Japanese cloisonné enamel box, Inaba Cloisonné Co., late Meiji period, 1868-1912 rectangular, the slightly domed hinged cover inlaid with flowerheads, the front and sides inlaid with scrollwork and small pink flowerheads against a white ground, the interior with a silvered ground, 7,5cm high; and a Japanese cloisonné bowl, Inaba Cloisonné Co., Meiji period, 1868-1912, of lobed outline, similarly decorated, the exterior with flowerheads above a turquoise cell-diaper border, 13,2cm diameter, both with Inaba Cloisonné Co mark (2)
This lot did not sell
Estimate R 8 000 - 10 000
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A Japanese cloisonné enamel box, Inaba Cloisonné Co., late Meiji period, 1868-1912
Oxidisation to the high points of the metal mounts
Minor hairline crack to the back left hand side of the cover measuring 0,5cm long
Minor oxidisation and fine scratches to the interior, the longest measuring 5cm long
A Japanese cloisonné bowl, Inaba Cloisonné Co., Meiji period, 1868-1912
Oxidisation to the high points of the metal rim
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