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Japanese Cloisonne Vase

Identifier:
113644
Description:
Blue cloisonne vase depicting a crane flying among flowering branches.;The crane is a symbol for longevity in Japan. Good, turn-of-the-century (late Meiji period) cloisonne piece, probably made for the Japanese market. It is also a mixture of Eastern and Western styles, and represents how Victorian culture influenced Japanese arts. Moderately valuable. Identified by Bennet Bronson, Professor of History, University of Illinois Chicago, IL; tel: 312.665.7832
Date:
circa 1900
Materials:
Cloisonne, Metal, Glass
Dimensions:
9" h 4" w 4" d
Current Location Status:
On Exhibit
Source:
Gift Of Estate Of Loraine Pratt Immen
Rights:

Exhibit/Program
J is for Japan ()
Maker/Donor
Estate of Loraine Pratt Immen
Related Place
Japan