Vase with Rocks and Flowers


On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 200

The phrase “on the biscuit” is commonly used to indicate that enamels were painted directly onto the clay body of the vase rather than on a transparent glaze.

Vase with Rocks and Flowers, Porcelain painted with colored enamels on the biscuit (Jingdezhen ware), China

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