Mid-Century Brass Cloisonné Enameled Miniature Vases

Mid-Century Brass Cloisonné Enameled Miniature Vases


These brass and enameled vases are classified as having a footed pear-shaped bottle vase shape with trumpet openings. The surface is covered in an enameled cloisonné pattern, a process that is achieved by separating pieces of enamel, stones, or glass with flattened strips of wiring (in this case, brass) on the face of an object. This pair of vases boast nearly identical floral motifs with pink and yellow roses nestled within beds of purple leaves and stems, backed by a repetitive pattern of stylized clouds, and positioned above two rows of blue scale-like shapes that circle the foot of each vase.

  • Maker: Unknown

  • Material: Brass, brass wire, enamel

  • Epoch: 1950s-1960s

  • Dimensions: 4” x 2.5”

  • Procurement: Livonia, Michigan

  • Origin: Japan

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