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VASO by Light + Ladder is a tabletop centerpiece ceramic vase in a matte sand finish. Inspired by the geometries of ancient Egypt, VASO displays your favorite floral arrangement with regal elegance. Smooth curves contrast with sharp lines to create a visually dynamic centerpiece for any space. Realized in a sand colored stoneware. Interior finished with clear glaze. Dimensions: 9" x 9" x 8.5”.
The ethos of the founder of Light + Ladder Farrah Sit, to “own less, own well” is a breath of fresh air in a time of disposable consumerism, and she has made it her mission to make artistic, ethical design widely accessible. Designed in Light + Ladder's Brooklyn Studio, and lovingly made in a family-run zero-waste facility powered by renewable energy in Vermont, chosen for their commitment to “create art, not objects”. Light + Ladder believes in supporting true craftspeople, small-batch manufacturing facilities, and women-owned companies to produce their designs.
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