This display-worthy flower vase is designed by Makoto Komatsu and featured in MoMA's permanent collection in 1982. The vase evokes the shape of a crinkled paper bag with a matte finish. It can also be used as a pen holder or chopstick holder.
- Dimensions (inch):
- Small: 2.4" x 1.4" x 3.5"
- Medium: 3.5" x 2" x 5.1"
- Large: 3.9" x 2.3" x 5.7"
- Material: Porcelain
- Originated from: Seto City, Japan
Disclaimer: Due to the natural materials, there is variation in appearance, texture, and grain.
- Dishwasher safe: No
About the designer
Ceramic Japan was founded in 1973 in the historic ceramics region Seto City, Aichi Prefecture that has 1300 years of history of pottery crafting.
Products of Ceramic Japan are made at high artistic quality without compromising their functionality, as they fuse their reliable technology with designs that fit in our modern lifestyle. As a result, the products achieved various design awards and are highly valued both domestically and internationally. Ceramic Japan's design has also been selected by MoMA as their Permanent Collection.
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