Our Ikebana Flower Vases are inspired by the nature that surrounds us. John first throws the elements he needs and then alters and assembles the clay pieces until he's satisfied with his design. Bring nature into your home using an ikebana flower vase.
Ikebana is the ancient Japanese art of flower arranging. The name comes from the Japanese ike, meaning alive or arrange & bana meaning flower.
Each Ikebana is one of a kind. The shapes are irregular and the glazes change with each firing. There are 3 sizes.
It stands approx. 2# tall. They vary from 4/5 sides and each side can vary from 4"/5"/6".
Raku fired stoneware ‘Fish’ ready to hang on your wall in a ‘School’ of 1, 3, 5 or more. They start out as a handthrown vase and then at just the right moment, John the potter cuts the vase in half, gently flattens the half and adds the fish elements. Each fish has a unique expression.