Collector's Choice Sale of Art, Antiques and Collectibles
September 16th & 17th, 2014
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LOT 18
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Lot 18
AN EXCEPTIONAL JAPANESE ANDO ENAMELED SILVER VASE, MEIJI/TAISHO PERIOD, ATTRIBUTED TO THE WORKSHOP OF GONDA HIROSUKE (1865-1937). Depicting five coy fish in light relief swimming on a wireless turquoise enameled ground with raised waves. The base with enameled Ando mark. The foot rim stamped "Japan" and silver standard chop. Height 12 inches (30.5 cm).For a smaller vase in the same pattern and colors see Christie's New York Sale 1553, Sept. 22nd, 2005, lot 285 which sold for $7,200.
Estimate:  $600 - 900  
Price Realized: $8,750.00
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