A lovely colourful Chinese cloisonne vase dating to around 1940. The body is made from brass with a covering of an attractive medium blue enamel against which the flowering Prunus or cherry blossom stands out well.The enamel colours used in the design are blue, white, pink, green, black, mustard, and rust. The mouth lip and the base foot ring are unglazed. The base bears the word 'China' stamped into it. CONDITION. The vase has one small wear spot to the blue near a Prunus flowers.(see arrow on photo) There are a couple more tiny spots that aren't big enough to be noticed.There are a couple of minor marks to the brass rim of the vase, all commensurate with its age. There are no dents or breaks. Overall an attractive vase.
- MEASUREMENTS 23cm tall and approx 11.5cm at widest point.