Grass elements can range from short grass tufts (top picture) to long, curved grass with tufts at the end. Seen on both painted porcelains and earthenwares, grass is usually a grouping of thin lines that can be short and straight or long and curved and anywhere in-between.
The genre for this stylistic element depends on a combination of decorative technique, color, and element.
Cataloging Example for Depicted Sherd:
|Interior/Exterior||Location||Decorative Technique||Color||Stylistic Element||Motif|
|Interior||Base||Painted, under free hand||Purple-Blue, Intense Dark||Grass||Individual A|