You love lightness and elegance from the beauty of the natural plants. It always gives you a fresh feeling, and sometimes it helps to relieve stress. And it’s great that we can bring you this amazing vase! A combination of glass, iron, and wooden create an industrially inspired accent perfect for any type of decor. One to two hydroponic glass vases creates the perfect place to display fresh flowers, plants or other decorative items. Ideal for bringing a touch of green to small spaces such as shelves, desktops or tabletops. Buy now!
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A vase is an open container. It can be made from a number of materials, such as ceramics , glass, non-rusting metals, such as aluminium, brass, bronze or stainless steel. Even wood has been used to make vases, either by using tree species that naturally resist rot, such as teak, or by applying a protective coating to conventional wood. Vases are often decorated, and they are often used to hold cut flowers. Vases come in different sizes to support whatever flower its holding or keeping in place.
Vases generally have a similar shape. The foot or the base may be bulbous, flat, carinate,or another shape. The body forms the main portion of the piece. Some vases have a shoulder, where the body curves inward, a neck, which gives height, and a lip, where the vase flares back out at the top. Some vases are also given handles.
Various styles and types of vases have been developed around the world in different time periods, such as Chinese ceramics and Native American pottery. In the pottery of ancient Greece "vase-painting" is the traditional term covering the famous fine painted pottery, often with many figures in scenes from Greek mythology. Such pieces may be referred to as vases regardless of their shape; most were in fact used for holding or serving liquids, and many would more naturally be called cups, jugs and so on. In 2003, Grayson Perry won the Turner Prize for his ceramics, typically in vase form.