This vase is handcrafted in Washington by Jan Schultz and is simplistically elegant! (The second image is the actual vase being sold ~ no flowers included!) STUNNING ARRANGEMENTS can be made with little talent necessary due to the nature of the vase structure. Additionally, THE PATENTED CLEAR ACRYLIC WATERTIGHT INSERT/LINER (included with the vase) slides easily in and out of the glass structure providing easy cleaning...a H.U.G.E. deal! The vase is handcrafted of fine beveled glass and a semi-dark bronze colored anodized aluminum frame. This durable vase can be as simple or as sophisticated as your environment, and can stand alone or be combined for a high impact display. Collect multiple sizes for a variety of configurations and layering possibilities. THIS PURCHASE IS FOR THE GLASS/METAL STRUCTURE AND PATENTED LINER...allowing you to express your creativity by filling your vase with a variety of decorative objects including live and artificial flowers, twigs, stones, vegetables, shells, grasses, beach glass and much more**.
Size: 9″W x 6″T
Base: 2.5″ x 10″
Overall Height: 6.5"
Weight: 3.5 Lbs
Wipe metal with a soft cloth lightly damped with water.
Rinse with warm water and soap right after use, then wrap a flat wooden stick (a wood ruler or paint-stirrer works great) with a soft microfiber cloth (aka dust cloth) to dry. Plexi-glass cleaner can also be used to clean the liner. Use the wrapped stick to get the inside and outside of the liner clean using firm but gentle movements to prevent cracking the corners.
Use the same flat wooden stick, wrap it with a soft clean cloth, spray glass cleaner on the cloth and use the stick to clean the inside and outside of the glass.
NOTE: This vase is very simple to clean as instructed above. Please keep in mind...DO NOT SUBMERGE THE GLASS VASE STRUCTURE IN WATER AND DO NOT PUT THE GLASS STRUCTURE OR THE ACRYLIC INSERT IN THE DISHWASHER
**Using extremely thick branches, rocks, slices of fruit, stems or other items that have to be forced inside will not only warp your insert, but put too much pressure on the glass causing it to come apart from the metal. Just keep this in mind when creating your stunning display!