FLY’S EYE VASE big/pink

 79.00

Pink Fly’s Eye Vase is sweet and nostalgic. Her idyllic soul fits perfectly to a small cottage and a cosy place above the fireplace. Together with tulips, roses or your favourite meadow flowers will give any space a romantic charm.

H=230 mm, W=122 mm,
Ø holes 15 mm
Color glazed porcelain.

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Description

Fly’s Eye Vase consists of two parts: a water container and a perforated dome covering it. The latter is a flower holder, which supports flowers in a vertical position, separates them from one another and helps with arranging. This way every flower gets proper care and attention. Still, all flowers share the same water container. Only a thin stripe of the container base is visible from the outside for a perfect finishing detail.

Fly’s Eye vase is a must-have for flowers lovers. Just imagine how much fun you will have arranging bouquets in it!

DETAILS YOU WILL APPRECIATE:
– Fly’s Eye Vase is wrapped safely in a handmade grey foam bag. It’s a smart way to keep your vase safe and great gift package.
– The dome and the water container are covered with glaze only partly, so you can experience the natural feel of raw porcelain.
– Fly’s Eye Vases are handcrafted in small manufacture in Walbrzych, Poland, where each hole of the dome is drill manually in the leather hard stage of unfired porcelain.
– The container holds enough water to dip just the ends of flowers, this way there are no leaves under the water, which can quickly rot and harm the flowers.
– Did you know, that in order to keep your flowers fresh longer the water in the vase should be refreshed regularly? The water container holds a limited amount of water to remind you about changing it more often.

Additional information

Weight 1.3 kg
Dimensions 23 × 12 × 12 cm
Ø holes

15 mm

Size

Big

Color

Pink

Packaging

Fly's Eye Vase is wrapped safely in a gray foam bag. A smart way to keep your vase safe.

Glazing

Water container is covered with the glaze inside and on the visible edge.

The dome is covered with glaze outside and only partly inside.