Share your favorites on Show & Tell

Large Asian Vase

In Asian > Asian Vases > Show & Tell.
Asian Vases685 of 884Chinese Hand Painted "Satsuma" Style Moriage Vase with Gilded Handles / Circa 1920 - 1930'sAsian  Vase
Love it
Like it

auraaura loves this.
nldionnenldionne loves this.
ZowieZowie loves this.
Add to collection

Please create an account, or Log in here

If you don't have an account, create one here.

Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate

Posted 4 years ago


(402 items)

Don't know if this is Chinese or Japanese , Found this for 10 bucks at the flea market awhile back, As I was taking these photos, some of the spirits in my home wanted to get in the picture so in the first photo you can see an orb by the vase . pretty awesome !

Unsolved Mystery

Help us close this case. Add your knowledge below.


  1. Zowie Zowie, 4 years ago
    I love your taste. As for your orb years ago I took a picture of my partner & in the centre of his body was this really big orb had me confused for years.
  2. Songwriter53 Songwriter53, 4 years ago
    Thank you :) Do you still have that picture ?
  3. Stillwater Stillwater, 4 years ago
    Yes, sometimes when the distance and lighting is just right, the camera will capture pieces of dust as circular white dots. Also pieces of dust on the lens will do that too, pieces too small to see. Those things have been debunked forever
  4. Songwriter53 Songwriter53, 4 years ago
    Look, I know more about orbs then you do , so don't even go there with me , I invite you to look at my photos of my spirit orbs and apparitions I have caught in my backyard and inside my haunted house , you remind me of my husband, skeptical not believing , until that one day when he found out himself, then he shut his mouth after seeing what he did ,
  5. Stillwater Stillwater, 4 years ago
    Well you can take as many photographs of them as you want, but it won't somehow make them something other than dust...

    Those orb photographs have been recreated using dust and insects at certain distances from the lens, certain humidity, certain lighting, etc. Even an odd-shaped piece of dust will appear circular at very close distances. Have you ever seen a video where they deliberately out-focus the lens? Notice how even odd-shaped streetlights or whatever turn circular and look exactly like "orbs?"

    What did he find out himself? An "orb" in a photo? Like I said, you can take photos of them till you're blue in the face, but they're still dust particles...

    Here's a good explanation:

    Airborne particles show up amazingly well in digital photographs. They show the reflection of either sunlight, lamps, or the flash from the computer. Dust is the most popular type of particle to be flying around both inside and out. When the light from the camera hits a dust particle, it creates a round circle of light that many call an orb.

    Fine mist, raindrops, or even high humidity in the air can also show up in such a way. These water droplets reflect the light even better than the dust does.

    Many people who take a picture that includes orbs insist that it was not raining at the time. Nor, they say, was there any dust in the area. Moisture in the air is not always detectable by people. It does not have to be raining to reflect. Also, dust is everywhere, and does not point to sloppy housekeeping or piles or dirt.
  6. Songwriter53 Songwriter53, 4 years ago
    you can go on and on and on .. I know all about dust orbs rain orbs etc .
    My backyard was Indian burial ground plus civil war soldier battleground, I don't think you could stay one night in my home without peeing in your britches

Want to post a comment?

Create an account or login in order to post a comment.