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Victoria Morris

Matte White Round Vase

$240
Victoria Morris

Matte White Round Vase

VIMH012074045

$240
Description
With inspirations ranging from mid-century Scandinavian design to Japanese aesthetics, the work of Los Angeles-based potter Victoria Morris emphasizes simplicity in form and the beauty found in subtle imperfections inherent in traditional ceramics. This round vase, hand-thrown in her Echo Park studio and glazed to a speckled matte finish, can display a bud or small branch, and looks equally striking when empty.
Detail
Color
White
Material
Ceramic
Origin
Made in the USA
Care
Dishwasher safe
Dimensions
5.5 inches (tall) x 2.25 inches (base diameter) x 5.5 inches (diameter)
Notes
Each vase is unique. The one pictured may not represent the individual product you will receive. Some variation in color should be expected.
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VIMH012074045
With inspirations ranging from mid-century Scandinavian design to Japanese aesthetics, the work of Los Angeles-based potter Victoria Morris emphasizes simplicity in form and the beauty found in subtle imperfections inherent in traditional ceramics. This round vase, hand-thrown in her Echo Park studio and glazed to a speckled matte finish, can display a bud or small branch, and looks equally striking when empty. With inspirations ranging from mid-century Scandinavian design to Japanese aesthetics, the work of Los Angeles-based potter Victoria Morris emphasizes simplicity in form and the beauty found in subtle imperfections inherent in traditional ceramics. This round vase, hand-thrown in her Echo Park studio and glazed to a speckled matte finish, can display a bud or small branch, and looks equally striking when empty. With inspirations ranging from mid-century Scandinavian design to Japanese aesthetics, the work of Los Angeles-based potter Victoria Morris emphasizes simplicity in form and the beauty found in subtle imperfections inherent in traditional ceramics. This round vase, hand-thrown in her Echo Park studio and glazed to a speckled matte finish, can display a bud or small branch, and looks equally striking when empty. With inspirations ranging from mid-century Scandinavian design to Japanese aesthetics, the work of Los Angeles-based potter Victoria Morris emphasizes simplicity in form and the beauty found in subtle imperfections inherent in traditional ceramics. This round vase, hand-thrown in her Echo Park studio and glazed to a speckled matte finish, can display a bud or small branch, and looks equally striking when empty. With inspirations ranging from mid-century Scandinavian design to Japanese aesthetics, the work of Los Angeles-based potter Victoria Morris emphasizes simplicity in form and the beauty found in subtle imperfections inherent in traditional ceramics. This round vase, hand-thrown in her Echo Park studio and glazed to a speckled matte finish, can display a bud or small branch, and looks equally striking when empty.