A large multi-purpose jug with a very practical lip and handle, and with great potential for flower-arranging.
Fill the removable dish with water, plus a drop of scented oil or your favourite perfume, then light the candle for hours of gentle aroma and a warm glow.
Traditional money box to treasure: patience with a blunt knife will yield rewards when emptying is needed.
This incense-cone burner trickles smoke from mouth and nostrils. A crafty coupling helps hold top to base to reuce th risk of tipping, and the airflow can be adjusted easily using the incense cone.
This specialized candle-holder is intended for a tea-light (or night-light). The doulle row of frills affords the opportunity for further embellishment by means of greenery or other fire-resistant material. As always, take care with naked flames.
A traditional vase in the standard range, intended for small arrangements and medium-sized posies. Stoneware vases are ideal as they never leak unless damaged!
An elegant vessel for a single specimen, its clean lines won’t compete with a prize bloom.
A capacious container capable of supporting a bouquet of flowers. The form is designed to be stable, especially when half-filled with water, while the rim allows the blooms to spread naturally to some extent.
Useful for larger arrangements, with a large water capacity.
A larger reservoir lasts longer than the Bud Vase.
A counter-weghted flower-holder intended to display a larger bloom than the small specimen vase. Note the fluted base. This pot will not leak unless cracked in use - so please take care!
Useful for medium-size flower arrangements. Multiple piercings help to create balanced creations.
Ideal for dried flowers, but perfectly watertight for small blooms, too.
Capable of holding a medium-sized single flower or small spray, this vase, with its “pie-crust” base, is decorative in its own right
Malcolm has set himself a technical challenge to produce these complex and variable forms in one throwing operation. The fluted flanges accommodate extra openings for flower and foliage stems, while the main opening invites traditional flower-arranging flair.
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