I've recently been to the exhibition in the Gallery of Decorative Art of 20th -21st centuries. There were shown vases for different occasions, such as vintage glass vases, wood pots to ceramic ones. It was interesting to look at and to think what vase I'd choose for cutting flowers. By the way I suppose glass and ceramic vases suit any occasion.
Another one in a shape of yellowish wine glass is elegant and I believe it's good for small flowers as daisies, primulas or lily of valley. What do you guess?
The shape of above vase is similar to an electrical insulator and an image of electrical transmission wire lines decorates its upper part. How strange!
These ceramic vases are a bit gruff for my taste, I'd never bought them. But perhaps some people would like to put flowers inside the Egyptian pharaoh head, who knows?
I liked ceramic vases imitated gems as ruby reds with lapis blues, emerald greens, or amethyst purples. This shape reminds me an antic roman vase, doesn't it?
There also were small ceramic vases like this white spherical one, they were very nice, and I believe it would be very pretty with sweet williams or cornflowers.
I consider this above small vase decorated with long red stems would be pretty with white flowers, and looking at the next one I was mystified: a very open vase is, flowers may fall down. What is it for, what do you assume?
And what do you think about vases? Which of vases would you like to have at home?