Ikebana Flower Petal Vase
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The ancient Japanese art of ikebana, or flower arrangement, isn’t simply about creating a beautiful centerpiece—it’s about getting closer to nature in a thoughtful way, starting with finding the right vase for the job. Each of these wheel-thrown stoneware vases is shaped into a free form flower petal shape to create a sweet home for your blooms. A metal flower frog is attached to the inside of the vase with waterproof epoxy to keep your flowers secure and standing tall—just add a couple of fresh flowers or dried stems for a stunning, natural effect.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Bobbi Lin
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Oak Park, Illinois
Stoneware vase, metal frog
Each vase is approximately 5" W x 3" H. Since each piece is individually handmade, size and shape may vary slightly from what is pictured and described. Set of 3 includes 3 of the same vase.
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Meet the Maker
Oak Park, IL
This one-woman pottery studio turns out an impressive line of ceramics. Kristi Sloniger is self-taught and has been experimenting with technique for over 20 years, learning to color her clay through the art of mocha diffusion.View Full Profile
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