18 Tropical Vases
The best way to decide what type of vase to purchase is to think about what kinds of flowers you usually buy. Do you have a flower garden that you use for fresh cuttings? Or maybe you can’t help but pick up a bouquet of sunflowers every time you’re at the store. Or if you’re lucky, you have a loved one that loves to surprise you with some fresh flowers on special occasions. No matter what the reason, odds are you’ll need something to house your favorite flowers or bouquet. More
Our towering Sustainable Mango Wood Reverse Twist Vase 9 inch Diameter x 47 inches High x 7 inch Flats is finished with Eco Friendly Natural, Food-safe Livos Mocha Oil comprised of translucent Eco Friendly Livos Black Oil over Eco Friendly Livos Chestnut Oil creating a dark Mocha finish where the...
The ethereal pale aqua finish naturally reveals the clay hue beneath it for a totally organic look. Handcrafted originals, this is a pair of pottery you're proud to own; together or separately, they are an artistic statement unto themselves in any interior.
A lifelike sea urchin vase that would look great perched on a bedside table stack of maritime-themed books.
Sea Urchin Vase
Make a splash with these clear glass fish bowls. A whimsical way to display collectibles, flowers or an actual fish. 3/4" thick glass.
Spectacular. These art glass vases are over-sized and super curvy. The long, graceful necks are captivating and the height makes them ideal for floor, hearth or table.
Swan Neck Vase
The Kabibe seashells are manually set to create large flower petals onto a black painted fiberglass vessel. Ideal for tall vines and plants like bamboo. This floor vase makes a stunning statement in narrow spaces that are difficult to fill.
This irresistible, citrus-filled Primo Jar will brighten any interior decor. Looks so real you can almost smell the tang.
Created by master craftsmen and made of heavy mouth-blown glass, you'll love the look of these demijohn bottles covered in woven cane, jute and burlap. They are a great way to add texture and interest to a tabletop, shelf or kitchen counter.
A vase that asks, "Why shouldn't your vase be a flower too?". Shape resembles the organic elegance of real flowers. Footed.
Although signed Gallé, we believe this vase is an imitation. Its shape and the glass thickness do not match Gallé's specifications. Nevertheless it is a beautiful piece, with vibrant yellow flowers and green foliage. There is a small defect on the base of the vase (see photo). Seller says:...
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