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Floating Ikebana
 
© &copy MaryJane Findley 8/2011

Floating Ikebana

MaryJane4Clay
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Used in the Japanese art of flower arranging, Ikebana form the basis of the arranger's art, I think of them as a collaboration with flowers and vines. Any time I create an Ikebana I think of my cousin who has inspired me to fall in love with and make more of these unique vases. Made of mid-range stoneware clay and glazed in muted verdigris with a matte finish, Floating Ikebana stands 41/2" high, 4 1/2 " wide and 8 1/2" in length. Plenty of openwork to attach vines as well as fully, water-tight compartments.

 

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