Ikebana Vase - Strobe Design

Ikebana Vase – Strobe Design in Shino Glaze


Each porcelain vase is designed and handcrafted by the potters at Centerpoint Studios in Asheville, North Carolina, USA

Kenzans (also known as pin frogs) are attached inside the base, insuring long-lasting blooms.

Natural gas-fired to 2300 degrees, insuring strength and durability.

No special knowledge necessary for creating lovely arrangements every time.  The possibilities are endless!

Perfect gifts for hosts and holidays!

Ideal for wedding centerpieces and party favors.

All vases come with a card about Ikebana, and requests for gift messages are welcome!

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Product Description

Porcelain ikebana vase  in the Strobe design with shino glaze and brushstrokes. These are also known as ‘kenzan vases’ because there are kenzans (pin frogs) attached inside each cup. We throw these on the wheel before glazing and firing. Shino glazes can vary, so we encourage you to look at several of our shino ikebana vases to see the range in colors and designs. No vase is exactly alike, but basic designs are as seen in photos. 6-1/2″ W x 2″H. Black three-ounce pincup provides a stable base and traditional look. Pins (also known as kenzans) and cups are made in the United States.

Each vase comes with a lovely card that reads: “Ikebana Vases and Containers by Porcelain Artist Kathie Kline Originally a Japanese custom that began during the mid-15th century, ikebana flower arranging now appeals to Westerners who want to explore new ways of creating arrangements. Approaches to arranging flowers in my containers can vary from playful to formal…whatever suits you! Kenzan Vases My kenzan vases come in a a variety of colors and designs, and they’re suitable for traditional bouquets, a single stem, or a combination of stems, stalks, leaves and blooms….Remember to check water levels frequently on all vases and containers!”

Additional Information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 8 x 8 in

Sales of Centerpoint Studios pottery has been suspended until January 2017 because Kathie is caring for young grandchildren.