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Each of the vases takes ovoid form, and are decorated all over with birds, flowers and trees on an ink blue ground using the cloisonne enamel technique.
The Meiji period in Japan is highly celebrated for the exceptional quality of cloisonne enamel pieces created during this time, and it is therefore known as the 'Golden Age' of enameling. The technique involves applying fine wires to the surface of an object to map out shapes and patterns. The shapes created by the wires, called 'cloisons,' are then filled with enamel paste in different colours to create delicate, painterly surface compositions.
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