This is a classically mid-century modern style vase, very 1950s in its entire aesthetic--except bigger than you are perhaps expect. The ceramic has a pleasing sheen and the flower motif is understated and pretty. The mouth allows for a generous bouquet, but it cinches in enough to keep the flowers snugly in place. Meant to be used, but charming on its own, without cut flowers.
The condition is quite good, no chips or cracks or any loss of finish.
9" H x 8" Diameter; Mouth is 2.25"
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