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Find beauty in simple forms and subtle coloration. Smoky glass handblown demijohn serves as a vase for fresh, dried or faux stems, a container for found pebbles or beach glass, or a terrarium.
With an otherworldly glow this handblown glass vase evokes a backlit canvas rendered with a watercolor horizon at twilight.
Boldly dimensional and visually tactile, the organic ridges of sculptural relief engage the eye, fill it with blooms or let it speak for itself: it can hold its own in any setting.
As if discovered in an ancient cache from a forgotten civilization, this nubby vase is cast in concrete with a crackle glaze. Find an equally enduring place for it in your home.
An epic pot of heroic proportions, the ode vessel has an on trend industrial aesthetic with a boat-like shape.
With a weathered patina and retro link pressed pattern, this cachepot reads Vintage Modern. Cleverly constructed using molded paper clay, it holds water so it's perfect for displaying your favorite blooms.
Frilly ruffles of hand pinched clay encircle this eye catching vase giving a hint of the delicate petals of the blooms it hopes to one day contain.
Fill with fresh cut flowers, greenery or blossoming branches to bring the outside in. With a leaning, twisted, pinched shape, this wheel thrown ceramic vase has a simple, handmade form which complements a naturally beautiful sense of style.
This beautiful, watery textured, creamy white ceramic vessel fits perfectly with your airy fresh rooms. With a gunmetal glazed interior, all you need is a handful of wildflowers and grasses for a gorgeous accent or centerpiece.
Matte white ceramic vase redolent of sea urchins and succulents, emits an otherworldly glow and adds beautiful sculptural texture accents to contemporary and modern décor.
This mystical bright jade vase is high fired for a smooth and glassy finish. The saturation and depth of color covers the sleek ceramic form, for a modern style that speaks of antiquity.