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Vintage Moriage Beaded Salt and Pepper Shakers with Nippon Gold Gilt, Handpainted $49.99
Adele Boese posted 203 days ago to their For the home postboard.
Vintage Moriage Beaded Salt and Pepper Shakers with Nippon Gold Gilt, Hand Painted A beautiful set of moriage beaded shakers! Condition: Very Good. Some gold worn off from age as expected. Corks in both and the pieces are unmarked. Moriage is the term used to describe the fine and delicate layering or placing of clay on the piece. These moriage layers are build up slowly as the piece is made, fired during each layer and then more raised areas are added before the piece is finished. Beading is also used quite heavily on this style of pottery too, with small dots of clay added to make raised bumps that are then painted when the piece has been fired and completed. These raised areas on the pottery add to the overall design, making them more decorative and unique, compared to just a painted piece. The combination of hand-painted designs, moriage and beading make some of these pieces very collectable and valuable. Measure approx. 2 1/4" tall and 2 1/4" wide. These lovelys would make a great wedding present, house warming gift or can be used as an addition to your Hollywood Regency decor! ™™™™ Derby, the store owl, LOVES! happy, satisfied customers and we want to make him proud and you to be delighted with your purchases for many years as well as always feeling you received good value and service from us. To promote this goal, we do our utmost to identify any and all flaws or defects in our products, if they exist, however we are human and miss things. We believe in WYSIWYG - what you see IS what you will receive from us. All product photographs are the exact the ones shown in our listings, with NO! substitutions and thus, these pictures are worth 1,000 words! Please, ALWAYS!, review the posted photos and make use of the zoom feature by using the ZOOM! button (magnifying glass icon) at the bottom right of each photo to enlarge the view and see the item or items up close, in greater detail. The pictures form a huge part of
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