Pair Japanese cloisonné vases, Hayashi Kihyoe, c. 1900. Meiji Period.
Pair of Japanese cloisonné vases, by Hayashi Kihyoe, c. 1900, Meiji Period. The exceptionally fine vases, decorated with scenes of numerous cranes, in a river scene. The cranes in silver wire, with the river, and grasses created using the musen shippo wireless enamel technique. All upon a pale green ground.
The elegant vases, rising to an everted neck , and mounted with silver rims.
Signed Hayashi Kiyhoe in heart shaped silver reserves to the bases of both vases.
Height: 25 cm, 9 7/8”.
Width: 14 cm, 5 1/2”.
Depth: 14 cm, 5 1/2”.
Condition: Excellent. No damage. No restoration.