A large ginbari cloisonné enamel vase Ando Jubei Company, 20th century The slender ovoid body decorated in transparent and opaque enamels with brightly colored goldfish swimming in a pond with flowering lilies and waterweeds, portions of the design seen through the translucent green enamel ground, the base with the company mark, silver rims (star cracks, restorations).
A cloisonné enamel vase Signed Kyoto Namikawa (Workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki; 1845-1927), Meiji period (late 19th century) The slender baluster vase with a long flared neck decorated in polychrome enamels and gold wires with a bush warbler perched on a plum tree on a black ground, signature on a silver tablet mounted on base; silver rims 6 in. (15.2 cm.) high
Japanese Cloisonne Vase by Kin'unken Japanese cloisonne enameled vase, Meiji period, tapering body with short neck, decorated with flowers and a butterfly on black ground, the neck decorated with four small chrysanthemums, the base marked 'Kin'unken', the maker of Kyo-shippo (Kyoto cloisonne), 6"h