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Ceramic Vase in an Ikebana Style in Black Green Blue Stoneware Pottery

This handmade vase is made in the style of an Ikebana, allowing you to arrange your flowers in the various holes. It is made from white stoneware and is fired to cone 10 (2380 degrees F). It measures 4.5 inches tall and 4 inches wide. It is glazed with a waxy black glaze with a green layered on top, which gives this lovely earthy green blue color variation over the black base color.

It will hold your fresh cut flowers in the center hole, or use the cut out sections to arrange the flowers for a larger fuller appearance. It would look lovely on the mantle or the dining room table.

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Frequently asked questions about ClaycrazyPottery

RAKU pieces are not FOOD SAFE or WATER TIGHT

Never leave lit candles unattended. Lanterns, votive holders, candle holders, luminaries will become hot after they have been lit for a while, even if they are electric.

Never take ceramics directly from the freezer or refrigerator to the oven. Always let the piece warm up in the oven during the preheating of the oven. Never put ceramics on an open flame.

Stoneware can be used in the microwave oven, but will absorb some heat. Use car when taking pieces out of the microwave.

Stoneware pieces are dishwasher safe. Handle them with care when washing to avoid chipping. Once a piece is chipped it is likely that a crack will develop as well, and should no longer be used to heat and serve food.

Ceramic Vase in an Ikebana Style with cut outs in Black Green Blue Stoneware Ceramics Pottery


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fire, ceramic, pottery, love and patience, white clay, glaze, reduction environment
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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