Early 1900s - Chinese - Cloisonne - Dragon Vase - Artist Signed - Amazing Detail For SaleChinese Cloisonné – Dragon Vase This is an early 1900s Chinese cloisonné dragon vase. This is very similar to work done by chinese artist Lao Tian Li who was in San Francisco and signed his work during the 1915 International Exposition we just could not verify the signature on the bottom. The details and colors in the vase are amazing (see close-up pics below). There are two dragons that are face to face and tail to tail. The vase does have two damage spots to talk about, one is a dent in one of the dragon’s face, the other is at the base of the vase where there is minor damage from a dent ( see close-ups). There is one small nick about the size of a pin head on the fat part of the vase in the back by the tails, too small to take a pic of. These damage spots could be restored but it displays nicely as it is. There is an artist signature at the bottom of the vase. The vase measures 9” tall and 4” in diameter at the widest. The vase is being sold in “As Found” condition. Please email with questions. Please look at all of the pictures below. Good Luck!! !!
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