Japanese design decorative vase

This is a very special vase. You see only good for a flower, but if you think about it, why we must always put a lot of flowers in the same vase? What if instead we put the same flowers but in different places? With this design decorative vase Japanese can do.As you can see has a beautiful minimalist design. A vase that mimics the roots of a plant in a vase.Also ideal for small spaces where we like to have a plant but for reasons of space we can not, for example on the desktop of our office. You do not have a vase of flowers with this cute design vase can have that natural touch flowers we bring in minimum space.

Japanese Antiques

There are four different types of ceramic Japanese : earthenware, stoneware, porcelain and glazed ceramic. Satsuma ware is a type of ceramic glazed Japanese bathed in gold that originated in the 17th century. Pottery Satsuma earthenware was made ​​on the island of Kyushu, and began to be mass produced during the 18th century. Because of its popularity in the late 18th century, clay was brought from the island of Kyushu to Awata near Kyoto, where this pottery was made.
This style of pottery is distinguished by its classic and gold polychrome colors with traditional Japanese themes. Pottery Satsuma also has a soft, slightly broken, ivory enamel, which proves to be an important telltale sign to distinguish the pottery Satsuma original forgeries.
Find the classic features of a vase of Satsuma . Looking for fine details, including hand-painted details on the eyes, the faces and costumes. These vases were widely reproduced, and the inferior quality of the classic images are noted in the bad art, or art that does not seem to be painted by hand.

Examine the vase looking small and intricate images that are on the surface of the ceramic. Find people, structures, animals, Japanese Immortals, and lifestyle scenes from Japan. Search fishermen or men in traditional dress carrying buckets. Find the design of “1000 Faces”, a design with images of many people in a vase.

  

Take a magnifying glass and look at the details for evidence that the vase was painted by hand. The painting should appear rather high on the porcelain. Carefully guide the magnifying glass on the surface for a slightly cracked varnish. After the vessels were painted by hand, were glazed, and this varnish is cracked a bit when cooked. Place the magnifying glass on gold enamel sections. Gold should look like pure gold, and antique pieces, this gold is usually a bit faded. Gold should not seem new or repainted sections.

Find pairs of vessels. Some vases Satsuma vintage or antique measured 9-10 inches (22-25 cm). Measure the vases to see if they are in that height range. Search pots with lids.

Look under the pot, turning carefully. If the jar has a lid attached, make sure it is insured , and if the lid is removable, set it aside while you check out the vase. The vases Satsuma oldest or original should not be marked. The new or reproduction parts are often marked with the words “Royal Satsuma “and this denotes that it is a vase of reproduction.

It is made of plastic, but apparently looks ceramic.”Nekko” is a Japanese design vase that mimics the roots of a plant in a vase. Place a flower in this original container to put a little humor in your normal environment and brighten your day. A flower that transformed its roots to turn them into a vase. Experiment with “Nekko” the amazing scene that arises when a flower grows. Do not forget to water it every day! Despite being made ​​of plastic, this vase of Japanese design gives the impression of ceramic. Feedback designers: “An illustration of the root of a plant became an object 3-D to create “NEKKO”, a vase individually. Represents a peaceful lifestyle in which the flowers bloom by your side. ” profile designers & design (Tetsu Miyazawa, Shigenori Ichimura, Keiichi Minamide, Maho Kusano) A team design created in 2005 by four interface designers and products. They have exhibited their work at 100% Design Tokyo. Put a flower in each room in your home to brighten the day.

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