You can easily make a beautiful floral arrangement with just a single flower or a twig since the opening of the vase is small.Designer
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Length: 5 ¾ "Weight: 5 ozDiameter: 2 ½ "Package(s): 1
5 ½ "
CuteConnieSueI got this cute little vase to use as a holder for my toothbrush.5
Nice little vaseBeeAreJayI thought this would be nice for pencils on my desk and it is. But I thought it was 49¢ and it rang up as $2.49. Not worth that much.4
Perfect Blossom VaseJshofpdxWe bought this to hold a single Gardenia blossom in from the garden; it’s the perfect size. Its design works well everywhere in the house. Glad we found it!5
Very very tinynnsiriI thought this would be somehow normal size but it is a very small vase. It is literally the size of my hand palm .1
FlowersShadesofGrayWho doesn't need a small vase for perhaps a posy a child has picked on their way home and brought it just for you. Love the small footprint and even better price, especially when I tend to backhand my vases from the kitchen counter and you know what happens.5
CuteLindatooI like these vases but not as much as the white textured vases that IKEA no longer carries. I wish those would become available again!4
Great shapePifkeI bought the vase a while ago and i love the shape of it and probably will buy a couple more.4
Single flower vaseMamaflanBeautiful vase when single flower added. Very understated.5
It"s useful for 1-3 flowersYogaMiiraIt's useful for my rose plant , cut 1-3 flowers put into the vase5
Perfect Size and fun shapejesvalI was buying vases for a party last week and included these in my cart as a throw-away, sure I wasn't going to use them and would return them once I was certain. Boy was I wrong. These were the PERFECT accompaniment to my bigger vases and held just the right amount of flowers. Very happy I purchased these!5
"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 is poured in and it acts like a lens, the vase's eye. A sign from the past that also drives tradition forward."