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Kuhn & Komor

Japanese Meiji Silver Iris Goblet

Circa 1890

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Large Japanese Meiji 明治 silver iris goblet.

  • Retailed by Kuhn & Kumor 康茂洋行.
  • Oval bowl with irregular rim on tall cylindrical shaft flowing into raised and scalloped foot.
  • Spout hammered ground with double wall.
  • Applied iris and chrysanthemum flowers and blossoming branches.
  • Wire stem with flower head and bud wrapped around shaft.
  • Mount Fuji-form mono plate (vacant).
  • Kuhn & Komor was a Hungarian retailer with shops in Yokohama and Shanghai.
  • Japanese marks and “Kuhn & Komor / Sterling.”

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Wear and patina consistent with age and use.


Height: 9.88 inches / 25.1 cm
Diameter: 5 inches / 12.7 cm

Weight: 18.5 troy ounces


Sterling Silver

Decorative Style

Asian Decorative Arts

Country of Origin


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