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Vase, Srina, Clear

House Doctor

 

Clear glass vase in an organic and wavy design. House Doctor has created the small Srina vase with tiny air bubbles in the glass, adding texture and depth. Because of its size and compact appearance, it is great in a unique still life that experiments with materials, proportions and textures. You can even use it instead of a jar or tray for storing small, everyday items. Thanks to the clear colour and versatile shape, Srina will fit in anywhere.

 

Clear glass vase in an organic and wavy design. House Doctor has created the small Srina vase with tiny air bubbles in the glass, adding texture and depth. Because of its size and compact appearance, it is great in a unique still life that experiments with materials, proportions and textures. You can even use it instead of a jar or tray for storing small, everyday items. Thanks to the clear colour and versatile shape, Srina will fit in anywhere.

Size
h: 6 cm, dia: 7.7 cm
Units
1
Material
Glass
Item number
202100761
Markings
Washing instruction
EAN
5707644762947

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