Ikebana Japanese Vase

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Ikebana is a centuries old Japanese art form which brings together nature and humanity through flower arranging. Translated as the “way of the flower,” the emphasis is placed on simplicity and highlighted through the shape, graceful lines and form of the stems and flowers used.

Originating in the 16th century, the Japanese created ikebana flower arrangements as offerings to Buddhist Temples placing the flowers and branches upwards toward heaven as symbols of their faith.

The ikebana process invokes quiet reflection to appreciate and connect with nature, identifying the beauty in all forms. Through this process the practitioner in turn, found solace of mind, body and spirit.

We are pleased to offer these beautifully designed Ikebana vases offering the simplicity of Japanese design and style. Available in your choice of three premium woods, that will enhance any room and bring a natural element to your design. The legs of the vase are finished in a complementary wood that creates a designer touch. Distinctively designed, the iron bowl sits beneath the base. A kenzan frog is included to hold the stems securely in place.

Each type of wood is finished with the highest quality Danish oil. To complete the Zen look, polished black stones are included and can be arranged to your liking.

Ikebana Vases

–     Maple     –     –   Cherry    –     – Mahogany –

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Adding one or two single stemmed flowers can bring both beauty and nature to your sacred space. This Japanese vase measures approximately 8 1/2" long, 3"
deep and 3 1/2" tall. Available for $39.00 each and proudly handcrafted in the USA.

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