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Theresa Glisson, Coiled Vase :: This piece was wheel thrown. The coils were added on the top edge. The face was sculpted and added. The beads were added after the firing. Cone 10 stoneware . Reduction fired.

Japanese Art: Meiji Period Magnificence

A soft-metal-inlaid bronze jar and a cover Meiji period (late 19th century), with mark of Nogawa Of oval form with short neck and foot, finely cast, chiseled and inlaid in silver with a rooster and hen beneath a blossoming cherry tree on one side, and on the opposite flowers and butterflies, the details finely patinated in gilt, silver, shakudo and copper, the lid set with a finial of a flower; mark on base 6¼in. (15.9cm.) high

Coil Pot. This is done in ceramic, but wondering if using an existing vase and coiling and gluing yarn or even old tee shirts would give a similar look. Turns this into a fun kid craft.