Wildflower Wednesday

This early to mid-Twentieth Century Japanese vase is of hand turned porcelain with lavish enameling.
This early to mid-Twentieth Century Japanese vase is of hand turned porcelain with lavish enameling.

Here on my table

The proud phoenix waits, ready

To burst into flame

…O…

This is Week 2 of Helene Parish’s Wildflower Wednesday Challenge.

Close up of some of the flowers. They look to perfect to be real.
Close up of some of the flowers. They look too perfect to be real.

This is a photo of some Ranunculus from our local florist. They went pettily in a Japanese vase that I found last week at the Sunday carboot sale for a mere $10! The colours seemed to go nicely. I was very happy to find this vase which is from the mid 1900’s and is lavishly painted with a riot of different flowers and two splendid phoenix.

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