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Upside Down Vase Head

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  • Upside down head vase
  • Material: porcelain
  • Dimensions: H25xW15xD20cm
  • White in color
  • More decorative accessories available from Pols Potten
  • Supplier code: 230-205-334
  • Barcode: 8718142038431

Create a unique interior setting with this Upside Down Vase Head from Pols Potten. Made from porcelain, this eccentric vase is crisp white in colour and contrasts beautifully against bright bouquets. Pair this vase with more accessories from Pols Potten to create a contemporary living space.  

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Product reviews

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Gary Wilcock, Coychurch - 4 months ago
Very stylish in my hallway.I have filled it with daffodils fom the garden in a large glass,just incase it's not waterproof
Roberta Vaughan Saunders - 4 months ago
Gorgeous and very stylish a real showpiece
Carole McKenzie - 2 years ago
It's unusual, but simplistic
Trusted Customer - 3 years ago
object was just as described and pictured
Lot, Spanje - 3 years ago
The vase is an art object and vase in one! Love it
Trusted Customer - 3 years ago
This item was not to our taste. This is unusual for an Amara purchase, as we usually love everything we buy. It was an unusual and quirky item, and we bought it for that reason. When we received the item, we were disappointed by the finish, which was matte, rather than shiny, and buy the appearance of the neck of the vase. I think this was just a simple mismatch - nothing that Amara did wrong.