Antique Chinese Cloisonne

Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro


Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro
Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro

Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro    Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro

Signed Takahara Komajiro Koro incense burner, slight damage to the foot but doesn't distract from overall appearance, please see photos. Chrysanthemums, blossoms and butterflies depicted beautifully by an esteemed crafstman. Extremely high craftsmanship, Takahara Komajiro was a Kyoto-based enameller who opened his own studio in 1894. He won a bronze medal at the 1904 St Louis International Exhibition.

Writing in'Japanese Art and Artists of Today - VI. Cloisonné Enamels; from The Studio, June 1911' Professor Harada Jiro mentions that Takahara was an artist'of some note. Who has recently made some considerable improvements in the ware'. 11cm tall, 14cm wide (arm to arm).

I will insure the goods to the full sale value.


Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro    Takahara Komajiro Shippo Cloisonné Koro