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Cloisonne Enamel Dish Depicting the "Takara-Mono" ("Precious Things"), Symbolic of Health, Prosperity, and Longevity (treasures of the gods of good fortune)


Description Exhibitions Provenance Inscription Credit
Description A footed dish which depicts the "Takara-Mono" ("Precious Things" - symbolic of health, prosperity, and longevity) in multicolored opaque and semi-translucent enamels against a dark blue mat enamel ground. A Chinese lotus design is depicted on the bottom of the dish.
Exhibitions
  • Japanese Cloisonne Enamels. The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore. 1996-0.
  • Japanese Cloisonne Enamels, Fisher Collection. The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore. 1989-1990.
Provenance Stephen W. Fisher, Baltimore, Maryland
Inscriptions Mark of Ando Jubei
Credit Gift of Stephen W. Fisher, Baltimore, Maryland

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Creator
Period
1880s (Meiji)
Medium
Cloisonne
(Enamels)
Accession Number
44.693
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Location Within Museum
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