There's a new range of vases on the scene at Villeroy and Boch and very nice they are too. The collection are all mouth-blown, four times from coloured glass and includes a variety of four different shapes, three sizes and no fewer than seven different colours. You'll be hard pushed to pick just one especially when they look so charming as a group. First up, proudly heading the blog post is the tall and slender Nek vase (pictured here in 'Pure Stone'), no doubt called thus after its super giraffe-like features. Immediately below this poetical verse, is the sleek little number called Numa (pictured here in 'Fresh Lemon'); very at home in a modern home, Numa looks like its been inspired by the labs of scientists, but combined with a whole lotta fun and contemporary good-times. Next up is the oh-I'm-such-a-lady Kima (pictured here in 'Caribbean Sea'), who's elegant curve is slinky and lithe and beckons seductively from across the ballroom dance-floor. Followed by the buxom madam, Tiko (pictured here in 'Pure Stone') takes no prisoners and who is most certainly a world-famous opera singer. Round and proud, she carries a tune (and flowers) like no other.
Below Tiko are images of Nek in 'Soft Raspberry' and large Numa in 'Midnight Blue'
Prices start from £55 and are available on-line and in-store.
Images with thanks to Villeroy & Boch and Parker Hobart PR