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The Hana vase Ume is handmade and is glazed by hand. Hana stands for 'flower' in Japanese and the specific names for the vases (Kiku, Sakura, Ume) are inspired by popular Japanese flowers. Read more..
The Hana vase Ume is handmade and is glazed by hand. Hana stands for 'flower' in Japanese and the specific names for the vases (Kiku, Sakura, Ume) are inspired by popular Japanese flowers. Due to the special design and beautiful colours, this vase does not need much. A single flower or branch is enough. In addition, the vase can also be nicely combined with other vases or home accessories. The vase is 9,5 x 8,5 cm and made of ceramic.
The nice thing is that every vase is unique, even if it looks the same at first glance, because every vase is glazed by hand and glaze is not always 100% lead. This makes this Hana vase so unique. Of every vase that is in the web store, there is (usually) 1 in stock.
Important: The photos are an indication of the vase that you will receive. Because each vase is unique, there may be a slight difference compared to the photo. Although the vase always has the same colors, but in a green-blue vase, the green is slightly more present in one vase and the blue in the other, which has to do with the 'walking' of the glaze. The atmosphere, style and color combination will be right, but there will be a difference, one vase can have a runner, the other cannot. Colors are also always difficult to display, this usually differs per medium (laptop, mobile) and can be slightly different. This (the uniqueness and color reproduction) is a given and therefore see the photos as indicative, to which no (return) rights are granted. You can always come by (by appointment) to see the vase in real life and make your choice.
NOTE: In the shop you will find a selection of vases, Studio Arhoj makes this selection when sending. Ordering a specific vase or a second copy is therefore difficult and not possible.
Non-glazed porcelain surfaces, such as the matte white areas on the Sip, slurp, chug cups, munch bowls, glow dip dish, hana vase and melting mugs, are sometimes sensitive to light stains, unlike glazed porcelain. Regular washing can help remove and prevent stains. You can put the vase in a bowl of warm water with a little washing up liquid. Very stubborn stains can sometimes be removed with diluted chlorine and limescale remover (first try in an invisible spot (underside, or this gives no strange stains). Grease stains on matt glaze can be removed with baking powder and water.
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