Japanese Plique-a-Jour Glass Bowl with Enamel and Silver Inlay

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Japanese Plique-a-Jour Glass Bowl with Enamel and Silver Inlay

999.99

Measurement
3.25 H x 6.125 W in ( 8.3 x 15.6 cm )

Weight
0.13 oz ( 3.7 g )

Description
This a stunning Japanese Plique-a-Jour bowl. KAWADE SHIBATARO invented plaque-a-jour on behalf of the Ando Company (Nagoya, Japan) c.1900’s. The bowl has an applied chrome plated rim, and base plate. The bowl has an overall Yusen design (signle-wire) of peony, chrysanthemum in various colors of shaded enamels on a translucent enamel ground of pale green. Under proper lighting the bowl appears to glow.

Condition
There are no cracks or chipping. See photographs for condition. Please contact us for additional information.

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