Vases

Muse Collection

These vases are intriguing (and a little disturbing).

Gala Vase, $230.00, Buy it here.

Georgia Porcelain Vase, $440.00,
Buy it here.

Salvador Vase, $90.00, Buy it here.

Purchase Information:

Price: $90.00-$440.00
Availability: Buy Muse Collection here

Love is Blind Vase by Jessica Lertvilai

This vase, which has a love letter written in braille on it’s textured surface, is now available in black. Stunning.


Purchase Information:

No longer available.

Vase of Phases–lower price

We posted this almost three years ago, but now it’s significantly cheaper so I thought it was worth revisiting.

[posted by kris]

Purchase Information:

Price: $105.00
Availability: Buy Vase of Phases–lower price here

Can Vase, Silver or Gold

Ironic home furnishings are such special things. They make my fingers itch to own and collect, and, as luck would have it, these aren’t so expensive.

“The humble can has been given a glamorous makeover as a tongue-in-cheek vase.”

Silver or
Gold.

4″dia. x 6″H

Purchase Information:

Price: $24.00
Availability: Buy Can Vase, Silver or Gold here

Ceramic Bottles by Eva Menz

Without ornamentation, the imperfection of each ceramic vase becomes its identifying feature.

Vases cast from existing bottles with imperfections.
Sold individually.

left to right: tall 13″

Purchase Information:

No longer available.

Ficucia Magnetic Vases + Candleholders

These seem to be popping up everywhere online recently…

“Fiducia means faith or confidence in Latin – this group of candlesticks
and vases cannot stand alone, but only gain their function from being
joined together – the strong magnets that link them bestow stability
and flexibility. Configurable in a multitude of ways (you know we love
designs that can be played with!): as pairs, or in an infinitely long,
snakelike line, in a closed circle – as you like.”

Purchase Information:

Price: $225.00
Availability: Buy Ficucia Magnetic Vases + Candleholders here

Printing Vase

This felt cut-out simply slips over any wine bottle to transform it into a semi-proper vase. I especially like the lattice pattern (shown on left).

“Recycling meets design. Choose from 4 elegant patterns designed simply to place over your favorite memorable wine bottle to be recycled as a vase! Decorate it with your choice of any flower and/or dry plants.
Turn the pattern around and a plain cover (without the pattern) can be showcased as well depending on the setting or mood.”

100% Polyester (Felt)

7.7″W x 10.0″H (0.2″)

Purchase Information:

Price: $30.00
Availability: Buy Printing Vase here

Glass Bottle Collection

As I recall, we’ve received a few emails asking about where to find the Full/Fill Bottle; this collection pictured above is a different version that has a similar look and function.

“Italian design house Seletti brings you these glass water bottles that are inspired by their plastic counterparts. Great for serving water, wine and all things fine. Each bottles holds 1 liter and comes with a glass cap. Choose from four different designs pictured from left to right.”

[posted by katie]

Purchase Information:

Price: $38.00
Availability: Buy Glass Bottle Collection here

Vase (Mug)

A clever adaptation of the coffee mug, this vase wins the title of ‘best desk vase’ ever.

“Take a brake. Pour yourself some fresh flowers. Desk vase mug. Earthenware.” [sic]

24cm high

Purchase Information:

Price: $43.40
Availability: Buy Vase (Mug) here

Cube Tube Vases

Such a nice set of small bud vases…I like the square shape and how the tube alludes to something semi-scientific.

“This unique glass vase features a movable tube in each cube that holds a single flower. Two or three are a nice idea for a simple table setting. Or cover a table with ten or twenty or more for a more magnificent display. Sold as a set of three. Measures 3.25″cube x 1/2″ in diameter x 5″H. Ships in 2-3 weeks.”

Purchase Information:

No longer available.

Leather Vase

These porcelain vases are designed to mimic sewn leather vases.

Designer: Madieke Fleuren
Dimensions: 9.25″W x 10.25″H
Materials: Porcelain

(This item’s link and price was updated 03/12/10.)

Purchase Information:

Price: $299.00
Availability: Buy Leather Vase here

Stephanie DeArmond Ceramic Letter Pieces

I recently saw a letter vase by this artist in the recent issue of Readymade magazine, and a visit to her site did not disappoint. The combination of old fashioned decorative embellishments on cursive letter pieces are intriguing, and definitely look like they would be well worth the price. Cups and such run about $40, while the larger letter pieces go up to $1500. You can email Stephanie directly to purchase or to inquire about commissions. [posted by katie]

Purchase Information:

Price: $40-$1500
Availability: Buy Stephanie DeArmond Ceramic Letter Pieces here

Soft Vase by Hella Jongerius

If you’re into the flexible vase idea, here’s a much larger one that will fit all your floral arrangements.

“Sometimes the most beautiful objects are the ones with the most interesting flaws. Such is the case with Hella Jongerius’s Soft Vase. Instead of removing the air bubbles that naturally form in production, they are left in to decorate the flexible, polyurethane vase.”

Natural or Blue

7.5″Ø x 10.25″H

Purchase Information:

Price: $205
Availability: Buy Soft Vase by Hella Jongerius here

Rubber Vase

The advantage of a rubber vase is obvious- you can drop it or throw it against the wall and it doesn’t break…not that you would throw it, but you know what I mean.

Also available in Black, Pink, and Lime.
Approx size: 20 x 17 x 17 cm.

Purchase Information:

Price: $24.12
Availability: Buy Rubber Vase here

Longneck vases

Not being one who has a talent for floral design, I like how these vases make even a sprig from a fern look like an arrangement.

Purchase Information:

Price: $3.95
Availability: Buy Longneck vases here