Porcelain, SOLDSold Nippon, Japanese Early 20th Century Peach Tapestry Vase Hand-Painted Textured Porcelain 9 ” height Notes: Tall Nippon shouldered and wasted vase in the innovative ‘Tapestry’ technique featuring ripe peaches amongst green leaves and a mottled graded ground, the rim and foot are additionally gilt for a finishing touch.
Porcelain, SOLDSold Nippon, Japanese Early 20th Century Rose Blossom Tapestry Vase Hand-Painted Textured Porcelain 9 ½” height x 5 ¼” width Notes: Tall Nippon vase in the innovative ‘Tapestry’ technique featuring full pink and yellow rose blossoms amongst green leaves and a mottled graded ground. Two applied and gilt porcelain “leaf” handles flank the short neck and everted gilt rim, the foot is additionally gilt for a finishing touch.
Porcelain, SOLDJapan, Early 19th Century Coralene & Cobalt ‘Iris’ Vase, c. 1910s Hand-Painted, Glass Beads, Cobalt 8 ¼” high x 5” diameter Notes:Large luminescent purple and pink iris constitute the central design and surround the main body. The waisted form is attractive and with the addition of the asymmetric beaded cobalt and gilt top and bottom borders surrounding additional coralene shells and florals the piece is completed with a flourish. Reference: The Collector’s Encyclopedia of Nippon Porcelain, 4th Series. Joan F Van Patten. 1997.
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