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785gr ANTIQUE JAPANESE EXPORT SOLID SILVER BOWL JAPAN MEIJI HALLMARK ENAMEL1900

785gr ANTIQUE JAPANESE EXPORT SOLID SILVER BOWL JAPAN MEIJI HALLMARK ENAMEL1900

785gr ANTIQUE JAPANESE EXPORT SOLID SILVER BOWL JAPAN MEIJI HALLMARK ENAMEL1900

An antique Japanese silver bowl with high relief, the sides richly decorated with irises, wisteria, cranes and waterfowl at the shoreline, decorated with enamel. Reisz, a Danish to Theodor Andreas Tops√łe-Jenssen in 1900. In 1917 he became rear admiral in the Danish Royal Navy.

Valkyrien's keel was laid down at Holmen (The Royal Naval Dock Yard), Copenhagen, in 1888. Launched the following year, the Valkyrien was completed in 1890. Classified as a light or second class armored cruiser with a displacement of 3020 tons, she had an overall length of 266 1/2 feet, a beam of 43 1/4 feet, and a maximum draught of 18 1/4 feet.

Propelled by twin screws, she had a maximum speed of 17 1/4 knots. The Valkyriens's maiden cruse, under the command of Carl Adolp Garde with a complement of 305 men, lasted from 4 June to 25 September, 1890. From 3 October, 1899 until 31 July, 1900, the Valkyrien embarked on a Far East cruise under the command of His Royal Highness, Prince Valdemar, with 272 men.

This beautiful antique artefact is from. The item "785gr ANTIQUE JAPANESE EXPORT SOLID SILVER BOWL JAPAN MEIJI HALLMARK ENAMEL1900" is in sale since Thursday, June 12, 2014. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U.

The seller is "eternality" and is located in Malmoe. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Age: 1900
  • Type: Bowls
  • Composition: Sterling Silver
  • Maker: Yushin-koku

785gr ANTIQUE JAPANESE EXPORT SOLID SILVER BOWL JAPAN MEIJI HALLMARK ENAMEL1900