Our Ikebana Vase Hazelnut House is a must-have classic for all flower lovers. It is handmade from high-quality stoneware in a small numbered edition by a pottery artist in Luxembourg.
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In the morning sun, slip on the rubber boots and cut individual flowers, grasses and twigs in the garden. In the timeless Ikebana Vase they become a true work of art! Gracefully they stand there entwined next to each other. Every single stalk gets its greatest appreciation in this vase.
Stems of deep bordeaux red dahlias, foxtail, red roses and fennel, as well as the branches of the small cider pear and garden sage are each inserted into a hole in the removable lid of the Ikebana Vase. What a flower magic!
I have been searching a long time for a beautiful Ikebana Vase. Since I could not find my dream vase, I contacted Jane Barclay. She is a wonderful british pottery artist living in Luxembourg. A magic morning light came trough her windows when I first visited her in her atelier! Together we developed the design and then finally the Ikebana Vase "Hazelnut House" was born. Each vase is a peace of art made with a lot of love and craftmanship by Janes's hands in her small pottery atelier in Luxembourg. Over many days the high quality stoneware gets formed, then dried and finally fired. Each piece is unique and turns the seasons into a true flower celebration. Every piece has its own serial number. The natural colour of the stoneware adapts easily to the interior of your house and fits perfectly to every season! The inside of the vase is glazed in white colour and allows you to clean it easily. Following my philosophy "less is more" this vase in high quality stoneware will accompany you for your whole life. With this Ikebana Vase you only need a few flower branches and grasses to create a fascinating huge flower arrangement!
We propose two sizes:
The Small Ikebana Vase (14 cm diameter and height) is perfect to be decorated on your eating table.
The bigger vase (20 cm diameter and height) is supposed to be decorated as a unique piece of flower art in your entry hall, on a cupboard or a small table.
An artist born in Essex, England, Jane Barclay originally studied ceramics and later attained her Degree in Constructed Textiles at Middlesex University, London. Over the years she has exhibited her work in London, Paris, Holland, Germany and Luxembourg both in galleries and on catwalks.
She also taught at Middlesex University, Loughton and Harlow Colleges on various ceramics and textile courses before leaving the UK in 1997 to come to Luxembourg where she has become well known for her bright paintings of the City.
A few years ago after purchasing a kiln and a potters wheel, she has gone back to her ceramic roots and is enjoying, once again, getting her hands stuck into that wonderful clay producing both kitchenware, oil burners, sculptural and Raku display pieces.