Floral Vases(105 items)
NOVICA's Floral Vase Collection handcrafted by artisans from around the world.
Featured Reviews on Floral Vases
I collect Talavera pottery. Sergio Ponce does an outstanding job with this vase. I have it on my kitchen counter where I see it daily and fill it with flowers. It is beautiful and is a stand out vase.
Absolutely beautiful vase!
The colours are so vibrant and the design is so attractive! It is even more spectacular than in the photo!
Great in the kitchen.
Was looking for something unique to hold a few cooking utensils. This container works great! Colors are bright and bold.
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"I hope more people will understand and appreciate the art of Celadon ceramic. Each piece that I make has many stories to tell."
Popular Floral Vases
Floral Motif Ceramic Decorative Vase from Mexico, "Dark Flowers"$67.99
After her father, Mexican artisan Anakarem works in the tradition of or black ceramic. She handcrafts this beautiful vase, elaborated with intricate openwork that depicts a dark bouquet. The vase rests atop a base of woven palm leaf.
Hand-Painted Talavera Ceramic Vase Crafted in Mexico, "Talavera Symmetry"$49.99
Crafted from ceramic in a square shape, this striking vase from Mexico is designed by Juana Ponce. She works in the tradition of Talavera folk art, painting the vase by hand with colorful floral motifs. This piece is perfect for simple home decor as well as for displaying flowers.
Mexican Black Pottery Vase with Cutout Motifs, "Sunflower Fiesta"$59.99
By Anakarem, this decorative vase features cutout motifs depicting sunflowers. She works in the time-honored black pottery tradition of Oaxaca, with techniques learned from her father. The fired clay is burnished to a sheen with a piece of quartz or obsidian.
Oaxaca Barro Negro Decorative Ceramic Floral Motif Low Vase, "Oaxacan Vessel"$39.99
This low and wide decorative vase is reminiscent of the look of antique perfume bottles or ancient vessels for aromatic oils. Anakarem works in the time-honored black pottery tradition of Oaxaca, with techniques learned from her father. The fired clay is burnished to a sheen with a piece of quartz or obsidian and fired in a wood-burning kiln, which transforms the clay and gives it a lustrous black color. The bowl of the vase has a round flower motif made through a combination of embossing and decorative cutouts.