TIDVATTENVase, clear glass

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A vase with flowers can brighten up just about any day. Since the opening of this vase is small, you can easily make a beautiful arrangement with just a single flower or a twig.

Article number603.359.91

Product details

You can easily make a beautiful floral arrangement with just a single flower or a twig since the opening of the vase is small.

The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.

Designer

Ingegerd Råman

Article number603.359.91
  • Glass

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

Measurements

Height: 14 cm

  • TIDVATTEN
    VaseArticle no603.359.91

    Length: 14 cm

    Weight: 0.14 kg

    Diameter: 6 cm

    Package(s): 1

Material

What is glass?

Glass is mainly made of sand, soda and lime melted at a high temperature. Tempering or various additives gives you extra-strong and impact-resistant glass that in some cases can be taken straight from freezer to oven without cracking. A big benefit is how glass can be recycled over and over without the quality deteriorating. Also, a lot less energy is needed to melt recycled glass compared to new raw materials. Our goal is to eventually use only recycled glass in our range.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"In a transparent vase, the beauty in the flowers, the stems and the water’s playful surface becomes a given part of the expression. When designing TIDVATTEN vase and bowl, I wanted to create a toned down, almost anonymous shape where attention to individual detail still gives the product a distinct quality. The bottom’s small bulge is magnified and reflected when water pours in and it acts like a lens, the vase's eye. A sign from the past that also drives tradition forward."

Designer Ingegerd Råman