Out of the woods. Inspired by hand-carved sculptures, the Maliah Vases have a natural appeal.
Glory days. With a Greek
name meaning "pride," the Cleo Vases are monumental. The dramatic scale and classic shape set these vases apart.
With a medieval name that
means "from bold people," the Tybalt Vases make their presence known. A bright silver finish and grand scale set these vessels
With a French name that means "dear," the Cherice Vases are precious. The bright silver finish enhances the unique
The right stripes. With uneven ribbons of black on a crackled white glaze, the Maddy Vases are all you need to make a
Top spot. It's easy to forget what's most important in life. These pretty vases speak to keeping things in
Door to Africa. Named for the northern Morrocan city of Tangier, these vases were inspired by the rich culture of the region.
With elaborate detailing in an architectural scale, these dramatic vessels are sure to make an impact.
Mercury rising. The Tayla Vases are hot! Inspired by quicksilver,these shimmering vessels have a liquid
Finishing touch. We love
the Blane Vase. Its modern shape is emphasized by a high contrast scheme in hammered pewter and rustic white.
Can't plant? With a pretty rippled exterior and neutral white finish, the Murl Planters are the perfect way to add greenery
without breaking ground.
Inspired by early
earthenware pots, the Nile Vases are roughly shaped in natural tones.
With a vintage grey
finish and embossed surface design, the Aisha Vases make a good impression.