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FLOWER TUBE, LOW TUBE, GREEN, 65160G

The FLOWER TUBE collection is a series of handcrafted vases in coloured glass, designed for small bouquets and individual flowers. This collection is designed by architect Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen, who co-owns Studio About. Here, the vase is available in a beautiful green and is 16 cm high. The vase consists of two parts - a supporting part in clear glass and a cylinder in coloured green glass, which is easily slit into in the clear tube. The creative design brings out a floating and light expression and invites you to let your creativity flow.

 

DECORATE WITH VASES IN COLOURED GLASS

You do not have to be a professional florist to create beautiful still lifes - a few single stems or a single flower adds great effect and looks wonderful as part of a set dining table as well as a shelf. You also have the option to put a cutting in the vase and watch the steady development of the roots over time. It requires very little care but looks impressive - especially when the light falls on the beautiful solid-coloured glass. You can also create a beautiful look by decorating with our paper flowers available in 11 models and a range of colours.

 

MOUTH-BLOWN GLASS VASES

The vases are available in two heights, 16 cm and 20 cm respectively, and in a range of colours. Choose your favourite colour or mix colours and sizes and bring nature inside. The cylindrical vases are handmade in borosilicate glass, which is a particularly strong type of glass that endures high temperatures as well as being scratch-resistant. The vase will stay impeccable as time passes by year after year. We recommend cleaning the vase with warm water and soap and possibly a little regular vinegar.

 

Explore the series of bubble vases for the table, made to be combined perfectly with Flower Tubes.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

OPENING: Diam. 65 mm

HEIGHT: 160 mm

WEIGHT: incl. packaging 0.375 kg

COLOUR: Green

 Studio About is a Danish design studio. Flower Tube collections are designed by architect Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen.