The shape of this 1970's vase fits perfectly in the palm of your hand; it's smooth and lightweight with a dotted texture around the mouth. This vase does not come with the flowers shown
This heavy vase feels like sea glass and is mesmerizing from every angle.
Native to Australia, these bright little spheres of sunshine come in a bundle of approximately 15 stems.
The color of these round buds fades from dark to light pink.
Made from an actual size painting created by the world famous tattoo artists working at Three Tides Tattoo in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan.
A festive bunch of grapes to hang on a wall or drape across a table.
These aren't Dorothy's ruby slippers - put them on display on your favorite shelf.
This goofy creature will gobble up all of your spare change.
The great patina and stamped details on this vintage Navajo ashtray are what bring it to life.
These bright red lips will peak out from under the contents of this dish.
Turn the lid of this jar face-up to use the handle or face-down to use the flat surface to display other bits.
This sky blue vase has a layer of white glass on its interior making the blue even brighter.
This heavy, hand blown glass vase has vibrant yet neutral layers of color and looks equally beautiful on its own or filled with flowers. This vase does not come with the air plant shown.
This mid-century European vase has a bubble texture on on side that makes it just as cool with flowers as it is without.
This European, mid-century glass is patterned on both sides so it truly doesn't have a band angle.
A wide, rippled wire bowl that's the perfect centerpiece for a kitchen island or dinner table.
A mid-century German vase with a wide mouth and bubbly texture.
Australian artist, Nettie Sumner uses hand-knitted wire and ebonized iron to create these wall hangings; objects that evoke botany, archaeology, flotsam and jetsam.
A Mexican, hinged box covered in sodalite malachite inlay and lined with wood.