A decorative urn, or vase, decorated in oriental and floral motifs. Hourglass body with a narrow long neck and narrow pedestal base. The body is wide with two ornate handles attached on the left and right edges of the body. The lip is narrow with a trumpet like opening. The handles are orange with scroll details at the top and bottom and white and green flowers in the center on both handles. The body is ornately decorated with various figure and floral motifs. The trim of the body, neck, lip, and pedestal is orange. The body is a cream background with red, green, pink, and brown floral borders along the top and base of the center body. In the center, there are painted oriental figures in traditional clothing in red, blue, brown, and pink dancing. Some have white fans, one figure is petting a brown and white dog on the bottom center. There is a red and blue bird, possibly a phoenix, on the neck of the vase with scroll feather details facing down towards the center body. On the reverse center body, there is another cream background with pink, blue, white, and red floral details and a tan and red structure on the center bottom right. Another red and blue bird is visible on the neck of the reverse side facing down towards the body. The pedestal of the vase is painted tan and orange with a pink and green floral motif on white.