Vivid expressions of passionate design manifested in a variety of materials like glass, ceramic and metal, Luminaire's collection of vases push the boundaries of form and materials. Whether captivated by Zaha Hadid's characteristic abstraction found in Crevasse or by the exceptional skilled glass work in Anna Torfs' architecturally influenced glass vessels, this collection of vases are sure to delight and inspire.
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/images/products/thumbs/1371.jpg The narrow, cylindrical Acropora Vase, available in two sizes, is inspired by coral and reflects the contrasting strength and fragility of the natural world in its form, material and colors. The porcelain vase features a solid base transitioning to a more ephemeral upper body, with a dark exterior and light interior. Acropora Vase Yael Malignac & Guillaume Descoings
/images/products/thumbs/605.jpg Freely formed organic vessels, Klaar Prims Amorf Vases are mouth-blown by the Belgian designer in a range of vibrant colors. The sinuous shapes are contrasted with a sharp, polished edge which creates an interesting visual tension. Amorf Colored Glass Vase Klaar Prims
/images/products/thumbs/1587.jpg French designer Jean-Marie Massaud captures the striking organic appearance of mercury in stasis in his sculptural Angelo Vase. Suspended within a pure glass geometric container, the designer has imagined a curvaceous ceramic form that acts as a functional vessel to hold floral arrangements. Angelo Vase Jean-Marie Massaud
/images/products/thumbs/1178.jpg Designed by Susanna Sent for Arcade, the Aria Glass Vase is handmade in Murano by the glassblower Master Andrea Zilio. Aria Glass Vase Susanna Sent
/images/products/thumbs/381.jpg Belonging to Anna Torfs' Edition Collection, the Armadillo Coupe Vase is a continuation of Torfs' unique approach to glass. Based on geometric shapes that have undergone intense manipulation, Armadillo pushes the boundaries of glass-blowing. Its sharp cuts create the dynamic, energetic sculpture that is both minimal and sensual at the same time. Armadillo Coupe Vase Anna Torfs
/images/products/thumbs/940.jpg The Arty Smarty Vase is a substantial and elegant black vessel with an eye-catching internal pure hue. The cylinder shaped vase with a sinuous round bottom and sandblasted black glass exterior is contrasted with a vibrant splash of color of polished glass in the inside. Arty Smarty Vase Klaar Prims
/images/products/thumbs/1296.jpg Combining function with the fantastical, the fluid and graceful freehand blown Big Bird Vase requires the skill of five Bohemian glass blowers to make. The playful form can also be displayed alone, highlighting the object's individual and unique beauty. Big Bird Vase Pia and Moritz Wustenberg
/images/products/thumbs/1242.jpg The impressive and sphere-shaped Billy Crystal Glass Vase embodies an almost otherworldly presence. Designed by Belgian artist Klaar Prims, the vase has a tactile surface which is cut, hand polished and sandblasted. Billy Crystal Glass Vase Klaar Prims
/images/products/thumbs/406.jpg Combining historic pot-making techniques from various civilizations, the Black Decorative Vase with Opening by Handsen & Handsen for Belgoflor is a stunning complimentary item for the home. Whether used as a functional container for plants or as a decorative object, the pure, artistic vase shows a restrained philosophy toward design while respecting the craftsmanship that is employed in each piece. Black Decorative Vase Handsen & Handsen
/images/products/thumbs/1673.jpg Translating the sublime beauty found in nature into a strikingly sculptural glass vessel, NasonMoretti's Blob Vases are inspired by the moment in which a water droplet hits a solid surface and expands into an unconstrained and sinuous form. Blob Vases NasonMoretti
/images/products/thumbs/1060.jpg Blending the centuries-old tradition of Murano glassmakers with a modern design ethos, the Bolla Glass Bottle is a colorful and minimal piece. With a round base and long slim neck, it resembles a tool out of a chemistry experiment. Bolla Glass Bottle NasonMoretti
/images/products/thumbs/814.jpg Known for their mouth-blown glass designs, Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta mix functionality and minimal design together in the Box Flower Vase. Consisting of a cubic glass vase and a lid punctuated by holes, Box is perfect for keeping stems standing upright without the use of skinny vases. Box Flower Vase Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta
/images/products/thumbs/1466.jpg Invoking the same complex and fluid forms found in her iconic architecture, the Braid Vase by Zaha Hadid captures her same exuberant style that helped shape the landscape of contemporary architecture. Rising exuberantly from its base, the vase is comprised of four vertical petals which intertwine to create a dramatic braid-like structure. Braid Vase Zaha Hadid
/images/products/thumbs/1278.jpg Inspired by the imperfections of the raw material that makes them, the Bulbo Vase evokes the form and texture of a flowering bulb. Hand-made from molded fiberglass, the forms and finishes are a metamorphosis between natural and artificial elements. Bulbo Vase Imperfettolab
/images/products/thumbs/1728.jpg Wisps of sculpted metal envelope the neck of Vanessa Mitrani's Cabaret vase to create a stunning glass art object for display in the home. The sinuous and organic form of the glass is juxtaposed by the array of metal bands resulting in an interesting and unique piece of glass sculpture. Cabaret Vase Vanessa Mitrani
/images/products/thumbs/869.jpg Designed by Kate Hume, the Caillou vases are three small pebble-like vessels ideal as a center piece or decoration. Presented as a set of 3 and arranged in groups, the Caillou vases create a playful dynamism of curves and colors. Caillou Vases - Set Of Three Kate Hume
/images/products/thumbs/1308.jpg Inspired by a stack of dishes, Danish ceramicist Michael Geertson has assembled a riotous balancing act of bowls, cups and plates that flow into one another. Handmade in fine porcelain, the design makes a statement on the beauty that can be found in disharmony and reflects on how old things can be seen anew, if we change our perspective. Closely Separated Vase Michael Geertsen
/images/products/thumbs/1586.jpg The Comet Vases are characterized by their sinuous forms made of fine porcelain that have been perforated with a seemingly random pattern of organically shaped openings referencing the craters on a comet. Available in two sizes, the vases are made of two layers of porcelain in contrasting colors for a dynamic appearance that highlights the unique properties of the material. Comet Vases Yael Malignac & Guillaume Descoings
/images/products/thumbs/1438.jpg Capturing the seemingly random pattern of the cosmos, Atelier Passage Secret's Constellation Vase is a pure cylindrical sculpture featuring a celestial inspiration. Dotted around the stem of the slender ceramic vase is a ring of stars that gradually fade outward. This ombre effect is created by successive layers of hand applied glazing for a poetic celestial effect. Constellation Vase Yael Malignac & Guillaume Descoings
/images/products/thumbs/212.jpg Inspired by nature, the Coral Vase provides a magnificent display with or without flowers. Norman Trapman has designed the ceramic vase so that each individual opening is its own stem vase that is watertight. Coral Vase Norman Trapman
/images/products/thumbs/291.jpg A vase cut from a single block of steel and scored along two diagonal lines, Crevasse by Zaha Hadid for Alessi creates a warped, inverted surface. With a force similar to that of an arctic crevasse, the twisted walls accentuate the verticality of Hadid's creation. Crevasse Vase Zaha Hadid
/images/products/thumbs/1794.jpg The Crystal Rock vase is a sculptural piece, set in place like a frozen jewel, that fuses nature with technology. Designed by Arik Levy, the vase is characterized for its perfectly cut yet roughly sculpted facets making a sophisticated statement piece for your modern home. Crystal Rock Vase Arik Levy
/images/products/thumbs/812.jpg Pure in form and material, Nadine Portier creates concrete objects that resembler minimal sculptures. Her Concrete Cube Vase, a concrete box complete with 16 removable glass tubes, allows for unique arrangements of flowers. Cube Concrete Vase Nadine Portier
/images/products/thumbs/1415.jpg The handcrafted glass Cubistic Vessels from Germany-based GUAXS are studies in form, texture and color. These sophisticated, sculptural glass objects reflect the comingling of inspired design, the highest quality materials and artisans steeped in their craft. GUAXS is renowned for its glass. Cubistic Vessels GUAXS
/images/products/thumbs/1431.jpg The Dancing Handles Vases, by sculptor-ceramicist Jeanne Bonnefoy-Mercuriali, are sculptural as well as functional objects. The design has Palestinian roots - Bonnefoy-Mercuriali was inspired by her work restoring antique water pots from Palestine's Qumran archeological digs. She reinterprets those vessels here, in elegant, minimalist shapes in which the handles are no longer merely practical, but are the focal point of the porcelain pieces. Dancing Handles Vases Jeanne Bonnefoy-Mercuriali
/images/products/thumbs/1119.jpg Designed by Aldo Bakker, the Designerbox #3 - Emotion Bud Vase is characterized by its organic shape that unfurls lavishly. It is able to hold a precious object on its surface and can be used as a vase to hold a single flower. Designerbox #3 - Emotion Bud Vase Aldo Bakker
/images/products/thumbs/1233.jpg Belgian glass artist Anna Torfs translates centuries old Bohemian glass into extraordinary timeless objects. Utilizing unconventional glass cutting techniques to reveal how the object is made the Double Bubble Solo has a sanded outer 'skin' with a vibrant contrasting center. Double Bubble Solo Anna Torfs
/images/products/thumbs/630.jpg Vanessa Mitrani combines mouth-blown glass and metal to create an organic, sinuous form. The Double Ring Vase features glass that is blown within metal rings; the constraint of the metal rings influences the final form of the vase. Double Ring Vase Vanessa Mitrani
/images/products/thumbs/1684.jpg His Drops Orchid Vase features an undulating surface that mesmerizingly reflects a vibrant spectrum of metallic hues. Made of silvered glass, the decorative object explores a modern take on a traditional glassmaking method utilizing a hybrid of artisanal techniques and new technologies and processes. Drops Orchid Vase Arik Levy
/images/products/thumbs/1656.jpg As practical as they are graceful, these vases add a drop of elegance to any environment. Drops Vases Tomita Kazuhiko
/images/products/thumbs/1467.jpg A creative meditation on the ubiquitous paper envelope. In her Envelope Vases, New York-based ceramicist Romi Hefetz translates the essence of the humble paper envelope into a collection of unique porcelain vases that are elegantly simple. Envelope Vases Romi Hefetz
/images/products/thumbs/1518.jpg French ceramicist Eric Hibelot creates objects with personality. In Ceramic Tins, his collection of petite sculptural vases, the designer uses unbalanced forms, simplistic shapes, and a limited pallet of vivid colors to create an endearing and jubilant decorative accessory. Eric Hibelot Ceramic Tins Eric Hibelot
/images/products/thumbs/1430.jpg Eric's Bottles are cheerful, rounded vessels that exude character. The hand-made pieces, fashioned of Limoges porcelain with a glazed finish, can stand on their own or serve as vases. Inspired by vintage milk bottles from designer Eric Hibelot's childhood, the pieces exhibit many of Hibelot's favorite design elements. Eric's Bottles Eric Hibelot
/images/products/thumbs/631.jpg Sinuous and pure, Vanessa Mitrani's Eve Vase brings together divergent materials in a harmonious and natural way. Mouth-blown glass is formed before melted aluminum is added to complete the object; the glass, smooth and transparent, contrasts with the roughness and solidness of the metal. Eve Glass Vase Vanessa Mitrani
/images/products/thumbs/634.jpg Vanessa Mitrani creates ethereal glass work that blurs the boundaries of sculptural art and functional design. With the Fakir Vase, the designer has created a sinuous and organic glass form featuring indentations that create inward spikes to hold flowers. Fakir Vase Vanessa Mitrani
/images/products/thumbs/1581.jpg Finding inspiration in the design of classic jugs used to serve milk and sugar during British teatime, German designer Christian Metzner's Frau Kroger Mirror Glass Container is designed as a serving tool for any substance as the glass container cleverly integrates three spouts into its conical form. Frau Kroger Mirror Glass Container Raumgestalt
/images/products/thumbs/877.jpg The Fuji Porcelain Vase designed by the Dutch design studio Toer and manufactured by Serax puts its full attention on the flower itself. Fuji Porcelain Vase Studio Toer
/images/products/thumbs/1013.jpg Designed by Jim Rokos, the Gauge Glass Vase is a distinctive and playful piece that takes on the behavior of the flower. Gauge Crystal Glass Vase Jim Rokos
/images/products/thumbs/871.jpg Architect, designer, and theorist Gae Aulenti's Geacolor glass vase for Venini illustrates her unconventional approach to design and intense dedication to both the conceptual and the practical. Geacolor Vase Gae Aulenti
/images/products/thumbs/557.jpg Simple in form, the colorful Glass Bottle Vases by Pols Potten are made by hand so each object is slightly unique in form and hue. At first glance, the vases are pure and understated, yet the clarity of form and depth of coloration make the vases special. Glass Bottle Vases Pols Potten
/images/products/thumbs/1071.jpg Handmade by the innovative Israeli design studio of Noam Dover and Michael Cederbaum, the Hacking the Mould Vase No.4 is a sculptural piece with a poetic metaphor. The object evokes a discourse of our current system that controls knowledge and production worldwide by bringing to light the juxtaposition between maker and hacker culture. Hacking The Mould Vase No. 4 Noam Dover
/images/products/thumbs/1254.jpg Delicately refined the beautiful Jewel Glass Vessels are hand blown by Bohemian glassmakers using the traditional craft technique of blowing glass into a wooden mold. The vases and bowls are available in four hues and can be displayed independently or together. Jewel Glass Vessels Classicon
/images/products/thumbs/1227.jpg The simple and refined handmade ceramic Kodama Vase takes its name from tree spirits in Japanese folklore. The unexpected wide opening is perfect for branches or stems, offering a new and creative take on traditional arrangements. Kodama Vase ComingB
/images/products/thumbs/1112.jpg Designed by Studio Macura, the Lala Magnet Vase is a mini glass vase for a small flower, herb twig or small object. The back of the tube like vase includes a small magnet. Lala Magnet Vase Studio Macura
/images/products/thumbs/1113.jpg Lava is a glass vase for a single flower. Designed by Studio Macura, the charm and intrigue of the vase lies in the pumice stone that rests inside. Lava Single Flower Vase Studio Macura
/images/products/thumbs/587.jpg The Leaf Vase Set by Opossum Design turns the traditional frame of a flower vase into a beautiful contrast of color and design. The shape of the vases catches the eye with sensible dimensions ingenious of German archetype. Leaf Vase Set Opossum Design
/images/products/thumbs/891.jpg Made in Paris, the Life Lines Bottle designed by Fanny Richard from yfNA ceramics communicates the poetry and magic of clay work. Handmade with porcelain then glazed inside, the objects resemble old wine bottles with cracks and lines that give them texture and life. Life Lines Bottle Fanny Richard
/images/products/thumbs/1114.jpg Designed by Studio Macura, Livada is a glass vase for a small bouquet of flowers or herbs. Made to enhance and enjoy the fragrance of flowers, Livada consists of two glass pieces a small cylinder glass container and a glass bell like cover that encloses the bouquet. Livada Fragrance Vase Studio Macura
/images/products/thumbs/1511.jpg Monika Lubkowska-Jonas's Loft Vase exudes a clarity of design and material. Made by hand using traditional glass blowing techniques, crystal clear glass is shaped into an attractive sinuous form. Loft Vase Monika Lubkowska-Jonas
/images/products/thumbs/948.jpg Designed by renowned designer Monika Lubkowska-Jonas, this unique and innovative design can be used as a vase or as a hurricane candle holder for pillar or tea light candles. Lotta Vase or Lantern Monika Lubkowska-Jonas
/images/products/thumbs/856.jpg The abstract and geometric XLBOOM Luca Box Vases are ideal for those that love a home filled with flowers. Handmade in Europe, the set comes with 4 white vases of varying sizes and shapes giving the flowers different vantage points. Luca Box Vases - Set of Four XLBoom
/images/products/thumbs/382.jpg Using traditional Bohemian techniques to produce a timeless range of glass objects, Anna Torfs employs her characteristic combination of geometric forms with dynamic cuts in Mo, a series of spherical glass vases. This free-blown vase has 2 cut sides, which enables this vase to stand in 2 positions. Mo Vase Anna Torfs
/images/products/thumbs/878.jpg Moniek Recycled Rubber Vase is a unique vase made from old cars and bicycle rubber that is layered to create a papery overall aesthetic. Moniek Recycled Rubber Vase Moniek Vanden Berghe
/images/products/thumbs/1179.jpg This beautiful faceted glass vase designed by Ivan Baj for Arcade is handmade in Murano by the glassblower Master Simone Cenedese. Hand-cut and polished, the exceptional brilliance of the Neptune Vase appears as if it were a rare gemstone. Nettuno Vase Ivan Baj
/images/products/thumbs/1416.jpg The Ono Vase, available in two sizes, is a stunning example of hand-blown and hand-cut glass that explores the junction of form, surface texture and color. The vase is produced by renowned Germany-based GUAXS, known for the high quality of its handcrafted, elegant glass items. Ono Vase GUAXS
/images/products/thumbs/1356.jpg Simple and sinuous, Domingos Totora's Organic Paper Vases are inspired by nature. From the amorphic forms of the unique vases to the thoughtfully chosen material, every element of each piece is driven by the Brazilian designer's passion for conservation. Organic Paper Vase Domingos Totora
/images/products/thumbs/875.jpg The Paper Bag Porcelain Vase designed by Dutch designer Kiki Van Eijk carries a visual illusion. The porcelain is wrinkled and detailed is such a fine way that it resembles the texture of paper. Paper Bag Porcelain Vase Kiki Van Eijk
/images/products/thumbs/1417.jpg The Papua Vase, available in two sizes, is inspired by the oceanic setting, biodiversity and rich culture of Papua. This sophisticated and distinctive hand-blown and hand-cut glass vase celebrates the collaboration of form, surface texture and color. The vase is produced by renowned Germany-based GUAXS, known for the high quality of its handcrafted, elegant glass items. Papua Vase GUAXS
/images/products/thumbs/586.jpg Sinuous in form, Studio Parade's Parade Vase was conceived using computer rendering software. Consisting of three ceramic legs, the object is held together by a simple steel clip. Parade Vase Studio Parade
/images/products/thumbs/1418.jpg The highly textured, organically shaped Patara Vase is made of hand-blown and hand-cut glass. Produced by German-based GUAXS, renowned for the sophistication and high quality of its distinctive design, the vase explores the nuanced relationship between form, surface texture and color. Patara Vase GUAXS
/images/products/thumbs/213.jpg Bold organic shapes characterize Kate Hume's work. With an emphasis on jewel-bright color, the Pebble Vase is one of her earliest designs. Intended to be shown in groups, the play of shadows and layered colors between the forms resemble jewelry. Pebble Vase Kate Hume
/images/products/thumbs/1374.jpg The Petite Marble Vase is a sophisticated amalgam derived from the most basic levels of form, function and material. Here, Belgian designer Michael Verheyden corrals the simple geometry of a pure cylinder into this straightforward vase that is-perhaps unexpectedly-composed of solid marble. Petite Marble Vase Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1729.jpg Honest, natural materials and subtle forms are used to create a playful collection of wooden vessels by Taiwanese studio Kimu. The Pinocchio Vases recall the whimsical story of the wooden boy puppet with their simple carved forms and singular pieces that are joined together to form a whole. Pinocchio Vases KIMU Design
/images/products/thumbs/534.jpg Laurence Brabant redefines the flower vase with the Punk Vase, infusing the common glass object with subtle twists and intricate details. The sinuous, blown glass form of the vase is penetrated along its axis eight times with deep impressions into the glass that angle downward to hold water and a stem, resulting in an innovative display of floral. Punk Vase Laurence Brabant
/images/products/thumbs/1398.jpg Expressing the designer's grand passion for Murano glass, Ivan Baj's Rio Vase is a stunningly modern art piece that pays homage to the history and craft of traditional glass-making. In the limited edition series, the vessel is created by joining two mouth-blown cylinders of different colors resulting in a stunning play of color and transparency. Rio Vase Ivan Baj
/images/products/thumbs/874.jpg The Sack Porcelain Vase designed by the Dutch designer Kiki Van Eijk adds a whimsical decorative touch to any centerpiece. The porcelain resembles a soft and crisp leather sack with its fine detail and wrinkles creating a delicate texture. Sack Porcelain Vase Kiki Van Eijk
/images/products/thumbs/410.jpg A witty vase with a unique form, Opossum Design's Sextet features six powder-coated stainless steel tubes arranged at varying angles that join together at the base to form a sculptural resting place for flowers. Sextet Flower Vase Opossum Design
/images/products/thumbs/865.jpg Designed by Kristine Five Melvaer and produced by the Belgian based When Objects Work, Soft Vase is both versatile and elegant. The glass vase has a cylinder shape with a complete circular opening on one side, and a tube like opening in the other side. Soft Vase Kristine Five Melvaer
/images/products/thumbs/632.jpg A jagged collection of numerous spikes embrace a sinuous mouth-blown glass form creating a stunning juxtaposition for the senses. Vanessa Mitrani's Spike Vase highlights the designer's experiments with combining glass and unlikely materials together into harmonious and thought provoking pieces. Spikes Vase Vanessa Mitrani
/images/products/thumbs/938.jpg Playful and inventive, the Stack Vase Trio is handmade and designed to be stacked or arranged side by side. Each vase is made of mouth-blown glass with a cylindrical form, collar-shaped neck and indented base. Stack Vase Trio Monika Lubkowska-Jonas
/images/products/thumbs/963.jpg Sleek and sophisticated, Gunter Wermekes' Stainless Steel Bud Vases are the perfect touch of elegance to a contemporary home. Stainless Steel Bud Vase Gunter Wermekes
/images/products/thumbs/1432.jpg Renowned for his delicate porcelain creations, Belgian ceramicist Piet Stockmans creates elevated objects that blur the boundary between art and design. Echoing his sensitivity to material, his Still Vases highlight the tactile quality of his material of choice. Still Rectangular Vase Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1177.jpg Incorporating beauty, wit and functionality, Karim Rashid uses his multidisciplinary approach to create new combinations using traditional hand-blown glassware as his muse. Strike Vase Karim Rashid
/images/products/thumbs/633.jpg Bands of metal wrap around the neck of Vanessa Mitrani's Stripe Vase squeezing and informing the shape of the glass. The sinuous and organic form of the glass is juxtaposed by the array of metal bands resulting in an interesting and unique piece of glass sculpture. Stripes Vase Vanessa Mitrani
/images/products/thumbs/583.jpg Taking the unique shape of a porthole, the Submarine Glass Vase from Blueside's 2013 collection is a playful approach to decorating vessels. The originality of the vase comes from the narrow opening on top of the tube that consecrates the porthole as the means of putting water inside the basin. Submarine Glass Vase Geraldine Dardano
/images/products/thumbs/585.jpg Natural and hidden meaning gives ample interpretation to Francesco Paretti's Topless Glass Flowerpot. This handmade holder may be used intrinsically as a vase to hold small plants or flowers. Topless Glass Flowerpot Steroglass
/images/products/thumbs/383.jpg Pronounced colors and sharp cuts are investigated in Anna Torfs Traam vase resulting in an object that is dynamic and energetic. Minimal yet wonderfully sensual, Traam is handmade in the Czech Republic and is infused with Torfs' deep understanding of glass-blowing techniques which, although having hardly changed in 200 years, can still allow for an exceedingly contemporary object. Traam Vase Anna Torfs
/images/products/thumbs/1325.jpg A whimsical collection of borosilicate glass vessels deliberately formed in an irregular manner by hand, a small gesture that brings a touch of poetry to each piece. The soft, organic forms invite you to arrange your floral bouquets or branches. Transformer Vase Piero Lissoni
/images/products/thumbs/528.jpg Through a dedicated exploration of nature realized in subtle form, Vanessa Mirtrani's Tree Vase offers balance and transparency while hosting a tree like a pearl in it's shell. An organically blown-glass form is indented with a bulbous chamber that allows for a small tree to be planted within. Tree Vase Vanessa Mitrani
/images/products/thumbs/584.jpg The simple concept of the Trevis Frosted Glass Bottle commends the subtleties of minimalism in glass products. The silent piece from the Blueside 2013 collection works beautifully as a decorative element with its frosted motif and fine pouring end. Trevis Frosted Glass Bottle Eraldo Marini
/images/products/thumbs/1079.jpg The minimal Trio Vases designed by Stockholm based Jonas Wagell are a beautiful addition to your modern home. Made specifically for small flowers such as wood anemones, daffodils, and others, the shape of the Trio vases resemble chemistry flasks. Trio Vases - Set of 3 Jonas Wagell
/images/products/thumbs/1814.jpg The Tutube Vase by Marc Krusin conveys a light, weightless feel with it’s clear borosilicate glass and double wall, concave interior design. A sophisticated glass blowing process allows for a fluid form bringing harmony between what is inside the vase and the exterior environment. Tutube Glass Vase Marc Krusin
/images/products/thumbs/1247.jpg Designed by Belgian artist Klaar Prims the rich jewel tones of the mouth blown and hand cut crystal UPSDWN Crystal Glass Vessels refract light across the surface of each piece, creating areas of subtle color change. Whether your choose to fill them or not, they'll make a striking addition to any home. UPSDWN Crytsal Glass Vessels Klaar Prims
/images/products/thumbs/1201.jpg The V. Building Glass Vases from Henry Dean are perfectly designed for single stem flowers or branches. The series captures the ethereal look of sea glass that's been weathered by the waves. V. Building Glass Vases Henry Dean
/images/products/thumbs/1301.jpg Understated, simple and elegant, the Vase Vase nest one inside the other to create a uniquely layered look. The larger vessel is suitable for full bouquets, while the smaller is ideal for handling delicate arrangements. Vase Vase Norm
/images/products/thumbs/957.jpg Combining an earthy bohemian vibe with a modern sensibility, the Vaza Vase by Anna Torfs resembles a round clay pitcher but made more sophisticated and sleek with white-sanded glass. Available in three sizes, the Vaza Vase can be grouped in an incremental form. Vaza Vase Anna Torfs
/images/products/thumbs/547.jpg The Vazna Glass Vase's entrancing design transforms an everyday object into a new visual experience with function and simplicity harmoniously joining in one. With two compartments of different volumes, the vase may be placed on either side to hold large bouquets or single stems with the same object. Vazna Glass Vase Studio Macura
/images/products/thumbs/1545.jpg Milanese designer Paolo Dell'Elce found inspiration for his Via Fondazza Vases in the archetypal subjects represented in Giorgio Morandi's still life paintings. Realized in brightly polished brass, the collection of three distinctly shaped vases translate the 20th-century Italian artist's thorough research into the balance between shapes and proportions as depicted in his simple two-dimensional representations of vases, bottles, and bowls into sophisticated three-dimensional objects. Via Fondazza Vase Paolo Dell'Elce
/images/products/thumbs/1630.jpg Finding inspiration in nature, French designer Arik Levy captures the fluidity of water flowing over surfaces in his collection of dazzling glass vessels. His Waterfall Vases feature an undulating surface that mesmerizingly reflects a vibrant spectrum of metallic pastel hues. Waterfall Vases Arik Levy
/images/products/thumbs/595.jpg A reinterpretation of the flower vase, designer Decha Archjananum's Weight Vases are made of two parts which support one another. A black-painted laser-cut steel frame works in tandem with a concrete base to hold water and flower stems. The concrete base adds weight to create a stable object while the frame is designed to support the stems of flowers. Weight Vases Decha Archjananum
/images/products/thumbs/1303.jpg Full of personality, the Willmann Vase combines the unexpected materials of concrete and glass. Each wonderful vase is unique to the finish of the concrete and gives you a unique canvas to show off the colors of whatever flowers you decide to fill it with. Willmann Vase Hanne Willmann