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Early Century Japanese cloisonné vase, Circa 1912-1926. The copper body of the vase has an applied rim. The olive colored ground is decorated in pink, rust, white and various tones of green in silver yusen and moriage enamels with a single peony blossom with buds and stem. The vase, which dates to the Taisho period (1912-26) is unsigned. Nagoya, probably the Ando Company.
The bottom rim has a very small dent, no losses to enamel.