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Handmade Porcelain Bud Vase

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Maker:
Esther Ann Smith
Material:
Porcelain
Made In:
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Description

Few things breathe new life into a home like fresh flowers. Just a few buds—selected from a carefully pruned garden—can add a pop of color and timelessness to your space. With the handmade porcelain bud vase by InFlux Ceramics, the delicate beauty of your flora will be matched only by the vessel that contains it. Available in two peaceful earth tones, this handmade work of art is the perfect accent piece for your living space. With a beautiful—sunrise inspired--stamped design gracing the bottom, this small bud vase is finished with a lovely colored glaze. The enchanting contrast of dark and light tones fits seamlessly with any carefully curated modern bohemian style decor.

 

  • Earthy Tones - Choose between soothing Celadon or refreshing Spring Green glazes

  • Makes an Unforgettable Gift- The ideal housewarming or wedding gift sure to stand out from the rest

  • Better in Pairs - Why choose just one? Add both colors to your ceramic collection for a gorgeous contrast

  • Made in the USA - Handmade from start to finish in the scenic New Mexico countryside

  • Dimensions - Approximately 3” tall x 3.25” diameter, 1" lip with 1⁄2” opening

 

Esther Ann Smith of InFlux Ceramics creates gorgeous pieces of functional art out of her studio in New Mexico. Her work lives in the balance between function and beauty—her artistic impulses and intuition allow her to draw inspiration from nature’s many forms, patterns, colors, and textures.

Feeling inspired? Browse more of Esther’s work from InFlux Ceramics.

 

“The forms my creative expression take steadily evolve as I sift through and process the influx of visual stimuli, my creative impulses, and personal experiences. Through this experimentation, I hope to create visually and tactilely interesting surfaces that invite touch and are a joy to use in everyday life.” -Esther Ann Smith

 

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