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The Bubble Tube collection is a series of handmade glass vases designed for larger bouquets. This particular glass vase is crafted in a delicate rose hue. The elegant vase rests on a cylindrical base of rose coloured glass which makes it light and graceful.DECORATE WITH COLOURED GLASSThe vase looks fantastic with a single light bouquet. You can go for dried stems or a loosely tied bouquet of garden flowers. The transparency and shape of the vase emphasize the beauty of the bouquet and the narrowing of the neckline makes the bouquet fall nicely and naturally. Use the vase on your dining table or place it on the windowsill so that it beautifully reflects the light.The elegant vase adds an extra dimension to a beautifully set table but is also decorative in the decor, where the solid-coloured glass casts evocative shadows in the sun.INSPIRATION FOR STYLINGYou can use the vase as usual for your tulips or bouquets picked in the wild, but you can also style it with cuttings - try a cutting of the well-known Monstera and watch it as it takes root in the water. You can also choose to style with our paper flowers that lasts forever and requires no water.MATERIAL AND CLEANINGThe glass vase is made of solid-coloured borosilicate glass, which is a particular type of glass that endures high temperatures. The vase will keep its beautiful rose colour for long and can be cleaned with warm water and soap. Due to the strength of the glass, you can easily use vinegar to remove limescale.The vase is also available in amber / turquoise, grøn/transparent og yellow / petroleum.SPECIFICATIONSOPENING: Diam. 90 MMBubble: Diam. 150 MMTOTAL HEIGHT: 270 MMWEIGHT: Incl. packaging 0.845 KGCOLOUR: Rose with a delicate rose base The vase is wrapped in a nice, round, and discreet cardboard tube and can easily be stored and shipped.STUDIO ABOUT is a Danish design studio. All objects are designed by architect Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen.