The making of "Tapestry" is one of the most fascinating processes in the making of antique porcelain. Before the vase is glazed, it is covered with cheese cloth. The glaze is then applied and the piece of porcelain is fired. As the piece is fired, the high degree of temperature in the oven burns the cheese cloth away. The process is what gives the porcelain the textured feeling. This set of three pieces is a rare find. I have seen single pieces of "Tapestry", but this is the only three piece group I have found. The painting on all three pieces is the same. There is hairline spot in the inside of the large urn. I believe that it is just in the glaze, not in the piece itself. Please email me with any questions you have about this or any of the items in my shop. Thank you for visiting County Road Antiques & Collectibles.