Japanese porcelain vase richly decorated with flowers and birds in moriage style.

Large Porcelain Vase Japan, Mid 20th Century

350

Large Porcelain Vase Japan
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Large porcelain vase Japan, mid-20th century. Richly decorated with flowers and birds. Enhanced with moriage enamel accents. Hand-painted. Good overall condition. Tiny crack to the rim.

Measure: Height 45.5 cm (18 in.).

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Moriage (piling-up) is a painstaking technique that involves building up areas of enamel to produce a three-dimensional effect. Moriage is also a common name for slip or colored clay string decoration, mostly on Japanese porcelain. It looks not unlike ‘cake frosting,’ in which diluted clay is used to give the piece a three-dimensional appearance.

 

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