This imari vase is inspired by 17th century Japanese Imari porcelain. Defined by its rounded shape and hand-painted Chinese decorative motifs, the translucent glaze adds texture.
Supplied as standard without a base. This lamp is only photographed with a giltwood base, other options are available and the price will alter according to your selection.
Shown with: 22" Pembroke Knife pleat Shade in Cream Silk (lampshade not included)
The Octagonal Imari Vase is produced from underglazed hand-decorated porcelain. Underglaze decoration is a method of applying the pattern to the ceramic surface before it is glazed. This ensures the decoration remains completely durable and the surface of the ceramic has a uniform finish.
Imari porcelain was exported to Europe extensively from the port of Imari, between the second half of the 17th century and the first half of the 18th century. The name therefore derives from the port of export.
The detail of the blue and white Chinese-style decoration is very fine.
Available without a base or with a range of bases.