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The heavy copper body decorated in brass wires with an equally spaced design of two branches of plum flowers and leafes.The upper neck is decorated with a panel of abstract clouds, blue, black and red enamels. The use of a large number of wires on the ground is characteristic of techniques employed by early nineteen century Japanese cloisonné makers, who also closely copied Chemise models.
|Circa||19th Century up to 1875|
|Length||0 in||height||6 1/4" in|
|Width||3 1/2" dia in||weight||1 pound|