SOLD -- Pair of Early 19th Century Ormolu Mounted Japanese Imari Porcelain Vases

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SOLD -- Pair of Early 19th Century Ormolu Mounted Japanese Imari Porcelain Vases

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A pair of early 19th century Japanese Imari Porcelain trumpet vases in French Second Empire period ormolu-mounts each vase of slender from, rising from a carinated bulbous base to a broadly flared lip, the exterior decorated in a traditional Imari palette of gold on rust red on underglaze blue, a main panel, painted in the round, of Japanese garden flowers rising above a fence, below a lappet band of floral and diaper brocades, below a border at the neck with reserves of stylized lotus blossoms repeated en suite around the base, the interior mouth of the vase ornamented with a pair of stylized floral forms with scrolling tendrils, the rim mounted in a beaded ormolu band, and each vase raised on an ormolu socle and square base with cove-cut corners embellished with a laurel wreath molding.

SKU: 1258

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