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Vases and vessels

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Vases and vessels. Get inspired and try out new things.
Window to the Soul – Ceramic Vases by Artist Eric Roinestad – OEN

The ultimate mission of art should be to tell a story. And what tells a story better than a face? A face tells us so much. It is an expression of our emotions. It gives us insight to our age, our culture and, of course, the eyes are the window to the soul. We are

My Email Interior Design Q and A Consultations Are Open - See An Example Here! — DESIGNED

Today, I’m sharing a Designed in a Click email consultation I’ve done recently, an entry hall makeover, so you can see how these work. See how this homeowner got some direction for an entry hall / foyer space.

Unique Handmade 21st Century Medium Round Hesse Vase in Tusk Bone and Brown For Sale at 1stDibs

About The striking and unique Hesse Vase in Tusk is handmade by artist Elyse Graham in her Los Angeles studio. This collection of vessels is inspired by our incredible and diverse microbiome. The artist is known for her striking color palette and her proclivity for juxtaposing unusual hues. Though often thought to be either ceramic or glass, these pieces are neither. Graham has designed a unique process for creating these pieces. Each Drip vase is hand-cast with hydrocal plaster inside of a…

For Sale on 1stdibs - Terracotta vase hand painted white with black dots. Since each piece is created individually, subtle differences may occur.

Terracotta vase hand painted white with black dots. Since each piece is created individually, subtle differences may occur.

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LUCIE RIE, 1902-1995 Single-stem flower vase

LUCIE RIE, 1902-1995 Single-stem flower vase, c. 1962 Stoneware, mineral elements mixed into the body material combin... on Dec 17, 2008

Horsehair Raku Vessel 9

Ceramic Vessel - Using a traditional Native American technique, the artist applies real horsehair to the surface of this wheel-thrown, raku-fired ceramic vessel. As the hair burns during the firing process, it leaves behind fascinating markings, ensuring that no two pieces are alike. For decorative use only; not watertight.