This vase with geometric shapes is reminiscent of the bell of wind instruments. Its design is the result of the transformation of a rectangle on its base into a circle at the top. This wide opening makes the filling of the water and unfolding of the flowers in the vase much easier. Perfect for a round bouquet ! Two cylinders come on the sides to accompany the shape of the vase and serve as handles. This geometric set then takes the appearance of a small scuplture and can even remind us of a kind of fetish or totem.
The name Tikal refers to the Maya city. Tikal is the greatest archeological site of the pre-Columbian Maya civilisation.
Atelier BL 119- Blain & Dixneuf
- H 12" x Ø 7"
- USD 445.00
Matte white molded porcelain vase with biscuit porcelain on the exterior and clear enamel on the interior.