A fine, impressive and unusual set of four antique Japanese silver vase.
These fine Japanese antique silver vases have a gourd shaped form with a waisted fluted neck.
The upper portion of the body of each vase is embellished with embossed and chased chrysanthemum flowers and leaf decoration on a matte background.
The lower portions of these Japanese vases are ornamented with embossed fluted decoration accented with a conical shaped terminal.
These impressive antique vases are each supported by three bamboo effect legs.
The interior of each impressive antique vase is gilded.
These Japanese vases are a very good gauge of silver, fine quality and in excellent presentation condition.
The decoration to each piece is very sharp.
There are no hallmarks as to be expected with such a piece; date and origin can be determined from their composition and decoration.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these items of Asian silverware.
Diameter of body 6cm/2.3"
Diameter of top 5.5cm/2.1"
17 troy ounces/1057g
Era: Meiji Period
Date: Circa 1880
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