The cloisonné that had a Japanese aesthetic did better than
July 28th, 2005
The cloisonné that had a Japanese aesthetic did better than that with a more Middle Eastern look; thus the 4½" Meiji period vase at left brought $5060. The 7 3/8" tall sentoku
bronze vase with high-relief design of crows and grasses made $1760, and the carved wood okimono of two monkeys, signed, reached $2090. Eldred's photo.Robert C. Eldred Company's Oriental Art Auction, East Dennis, Massachusetts, August 19-24, 1996.