Ice Blue Milk Bottle

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Description

A handmade ceramic pale blue milk bottle vase with Lisianthus and Anemones. Vase is 8.5" tall by 3" wide. Each vase handmade by me, it is individually cast in liquid clay and then hand finished and glazed. Vases may be slightly different than pictured as it is is handmade and one of a kind. My designs revolve around respecting flowers as a living material, in my arrangements I don't force, I work with the flowers and intuit the natural direction they want to take. Arranging flowers is about the eye and hand working in tandem; it is about color and form. I only buy from local California growers to cut down on the carbon cost of shipping flowers, therefore I design seasonally. I compost all my waste, and in 2021 I began growing a portion of the flowers used in my designs on my urban flower farm using organic cultivation practices.

How to care for your flowers

  • Clean your vase to prevent bacteria.

  • Fill 2/3 of vase with water.

  • Remove any leaves under water to prevent bacteria.

  • Cut 2-3cm off each stem every few days.

  • Change water when it becomes discoloured and top it up when needed.

  • Keep flowers away from draughts, direct sunlight and ripening fruit.

  • Remove wilting flowers to prevent from mould (Botrytis).

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Ice Blue Milk Bottle

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Description

A handmade ceramic pale blue milk bottle vase with Lisianthus and Anemones. Vase is 8.5" tall by 3" wide. Each vase handmade by me, it is individually cast in liquid clay and then hand finished and glazed. Vases may be slightly different than pictured as it is is handmade and one of a kind. 

My designs revolve around respecting flowers as a living material, in my arrangements I don't force, I work with the flowers and intuit the natural direction they want to take. Arranging flowers is about the eye and hand working in tandem; it is about color and form. 

I only buy from local California growers to cut down on the carbon cost of shipping flowers, therefore I design seasonally. I compost all my waste, and in 2021 I began growing a portion of the flowers used in my designs on my urban flower farm using organic cultivation practices.
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