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This art vessel is a one of a kind vase that is sure to add interest to any room in which you place it. I made it on my pottery wheel, then carved, cut and incised it to this unique design and shape featuring tall barrel cactus and yucca and agave plants of the southwest desert. The earthtone colors are sure to complement most any decor.

The artistic vessel features shades of ginger, sage green, tans and browns and teal blue. The interior is glazed in a glossy blue black color that sets off the brighter exterior colors.

This vase is a functional as it is decorative and will hold water for fresh flowers, but looks gorgeous without flowers as well. It measures 7" high x 5.5" across. I signed it on the bottom rim.

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Large Vase in Desert Cactus Cut out Design Art Vessel - Wedding Gift, Southwest Design for southwestern home decor Yucca Tree

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: colorado made, sculpted art, pottery glazes, handmade with love, handmade ceramics, handmade pottery
  • Ships worldwide from Colorado, United States
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