Antique Chinese Qing Dynasty Cloisonne Enamel Bowl. Late 19th, early 20th century, gilded bronze bulbous body. Beautiful cobalt ground finely decorated in multi colored peonies, lotus, butterflies and phoenix, with a stylized ruyi-head trim around bowl and lotus petal border at foot.Turquoise ground interior and base
A Russian silver gilt and plique-a-jour enamel beaker by Ovchinnikov, Moscow, circa 1908-1917. Of tapering cylinsrical form on a flared foot, the body worked in arched panels of multi-color stylized foliate motifs beneath a band of circular roundels, the rim and foot with applied cloisonne floral bands.
A moriage cloisonné enamel vase By the workshop of Ando Jubei, early 20th century. The slender ovoid body worked in silver wire and brightly colored enamels with a persimmon tree with leafy branches heavy with the orange-hued fruit silhouetted against a pale blue ground, with silver rim bands. Sold at Bonhams 2012 for $60,000.