Villeroy and Boch's Vases of Paradise

Villeroy and Boch's Nek vase in 'Pure Stone' 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 Β£55 and are available on-line and in-store.

Villeroy and Boch's Numa vase in 'Fresh Lemon'

Villeroy and Boch's Kima vase in 'Caribbean Sea'

Villeroy and Boch's Tiko vase in 'Pure Stone'

Villeroy and Boch's Nek vase in 'Soft Rasberry'

Villeroy and Boch's Numa vase in 'Midnight Sky'

Images with thanks to Villeroy & Boch and Parker Hobart PR