Massive Pair of Japanese Imari Porcelain Vases
A massive pair of Japanese Imari Porecelain vases, from the Meiji period (Circa 1870). Each comprising of a trumpet neck section with Fluted Rim that tilts into a convex collar to the upper body of elongated ovoid vase. Molded and painted in underglaze blue, iron-red, enamels and gilding, the collar painted with a flowering head diaper, finished with dense strands of bamboo and egrets in reserve against a cobalt blue background bisected by flowering branches and butterfly panels.
Approximate Height: 6 ft. 2.5 in.