Japanese vase



  This is a very decorative vase in Japanese style, perfect for dry flowers. The sides are ornamented with overlays with floral motifs. These overlays are very delicate and demand high precision and care from the scroller. In this design it is essential to use two contrasting wood colours to achieve a good result. The pattern is based in a very old English  design that I have completely redrawn in the computer.

This vase is designed preferably for 1/4 and 1/8 inches wood or for 6 and 3 mm. wood. Of course it can be scaled up or down to obtain different results. The following table gives the measures of the stand depending on the wood width you use:


  Height Width
1/4 and 1/8  in. wood 14,6 in. 4,7 in.
6 and 3 mm. wood 35 cm 11,3 cm

  Please note that this pattern is registered and copyrighted. If you would like to have it I offer it for 7 € plus shipping. The pattern is computer made, which provides total precision, and nicely printed for convenient scrolling. Click here to buy this pattern. Write me to info@finescrollsaw.com for any questions.

This picture is courtesy of Boris Radovskiy from the USA. The wood used is walnut and cherry. The two vases in contrasting wood colours make a fantastic set.


  This picture has been kindly sent by Tom Cocks from the USA : ¨ Thanks again for your superior work. The Vase is constructed out of Walnut and Cherry with sprayed on semi-gloss polyurethane. ¨

  This picture has been kindly sent by Isaac Arditi from Israel: ¨Here you have a picture of the Japanese vase, it looks very nice and delicate, hope you like it.¨

 This picture has been kindly sent by Artem Dorozhkin from St. Petersburg,  Russia.

This picture has been kindly sent by Martin Staub from France.

 This picture has been kindly sent by Francesco Negro from Italy.

  This picture has been kindly sent by Leonid Lerner from Israel.

This picture has been kindly sent by Moreen Clifford from Canada.  This picture is courtesy of Francisco Gómez from Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

  This picture has been kindly sent by Wolfgang Roth from Germany.

This picture has been kindly sent by Alain Lainé from Belgium.  This picture has been sent  by Sandra D'Ingrando from France.  This picture has been sent  by Paolo Tili from Italy.

 This picture has been sent  by Chantal Perrin from France.

This picture has been kindly sent by Stephen O'Toole from Ireland.
 This picture has been sent by Alexander Shiskiin from Russia.   This picture has kindly been sent by Matteo Gentile from Foggia, Italy.  This picture has kindly been sent by Valeriy Elizarov from Vilyuchinsk, Russia.

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