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A beautiful Cloisonn Vase made by the Ando Company of Japan. (Table) Master craftsman, Ando Jubei established his shop in Nagoya in 1881.
It features a Cattleya Orchid In Japanese called Ran) Complete with original packing and special lacquered wood Dai.
Smaller varietals can be massed or single larger blooms highlighted in corsages worn on the wrist, on the lapel or at the waist.
Catteleya Orchids were more popular in the 1930's to1950's but these older varieties are a little large for modern use unless its one of the smaller hybridised cattelyas A beautiful pale blue Cloisonn Vase made by the Ando Company of Japan. Shippo Yaki vase probably designed for Ikebana display.
They occur in all colours except true blue and black. The number of flowers varies; it can be just one or two, or sometimes up to ten.
The typical flower has three rather narrow sepals and three usually broader petals: two petals are similar to each other, and the third is the quite different conspicuous lip, featuring various markings and specks and an often frilly margin. As a flower it is widely hybridised and although used as a Corsage it is a popular orchid for collectors of Orchids.
Orchids are versatile and exotic flowers that are perfectly in keeping with the celebratory settings in which you would wear a corsage.
Blooming in a range of hues, patterns and sizes, orchids are a relatively long-lasting flower out of water and grow on sturdy stems that are ideal for corsages.
This genus and the numerous hybrids come close, through their beauty, to the idealised picture we have of the orchids.The flowers of the hybrids can vary in size from 5 cm to 15 cm or more.