Large Vintage Japanese Champleve Vase Enamel over Brass 19 inch 1930s

Large Vintage Japanese Champleve Vase Enamel over Brass 19 inch 1930s

Sale price $595.00 Regular price $850.00


Product Description:  In decorative arts, knowledge of the popularity of the Champlevé technique dates back prior to the 15th century.  This exquisite earlier 20th century Japanese Champlevé vase is a large and heavy one standing 19 inches tall and weighing in a at 18 pounds. Beautiful intricate and colorful enamel motifs over brass with a faint, geometric background design. The elaborate, ornate, zoomorphic double handles add a gorgeous stately appearance to this elegant piece.

Note: Please refer to "Condition" for additional information

Circa:  1921-1940 (Most likely 1930s)

Height: 19 inches
Width: 13” (overall at belly), 11” (handle to handle)
Top Diameter: 8 ¼” (outside), 7 ¼” (inside)
Base Diameter: 9 ½”

Product Weight: 18 pounds

Material:  Enamel over Brass

Maker:  Unknown

Country of Origin:  Japan

Markings:  Made in Japan

Primary Colors: Multi-color, Blue, White, Green, Red

Condition: Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age and normal use.  No repairs. Light wear and a few areas of blue color wear on skirted base. Pin hole towards back - lower belly. Patina on brass and white mark on inner/top opening. (as shown). Has not been polished. 

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