Réf : 63682
Japan, large pair of lacquer cloisonne vases on porcelain, Meiji period.
Very large pair of enamel cloisonné on porcelain vases, decorated with birds and flowers on a bark tree gorund. Geometrical borders.
Jiki-shippo is a kind of cloisonné applied on a porcelain body. Pieces using this technique are rare due to the relatively fragile and delicate surface technique and also to the fact that is was dicovered around 1885 but had a relatively short existence due to the difficulty in producing unflawed specimen in manufacture.
The other name of the technique used for those vases is Nuri shippo, A Jikki shippo technique where lacquer is used instead of enamel.
The process of [...]