Blue Ceramic Vases(68 items)
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Featured Reviews on Blue Ceramic Vases
What a stunning vase! I may not put flowers in it very often because I dont anything to detract from how gorgeous it is. I highly recommend this vase (I was selfish and purchased it for myself, but ABSOLUTELY purchase it as a gift for a special friend/loved one.
Even prettier in person
This is gorgeous! The painting is so intricate and well-done, and you cant tell from the picture but the ceramic is textured so the design is even more prominent. We have a lot of blue in our decor, so this fits in perfectly, and looks amazing against the dark wood of our built-in shelving. The only complaint I have is that it was shipped with the top inside the base with nothing to protect the surface, and the painted birds on the top have scratches on them because of this. Luckily they are not visible unless you look very closely.
This vase is a treasure. Este Jarro es un tesoro.
For much of my life, I greatly appreciated Talavera ceramics. I have some. But, I never saw Talavera more beautiful than this vase. Por mucho de mi vida, me encanta la Talavera. Y lo tengo. Pero nunca vi una Talavera m?s hermosa que este jarro.
Duangkamol Handmade ceramic tableware and decor accessories
"I hope more people will understand and appreciate the art of Celadon ceramic. Each piece that I make has many stories to tell."
Popular Blue Ceramic Vases
Talavera Style Colorful Floral Trellis Motif Ceramic Vase, "Spicy Garden"$39.99
Done in the Talavera style, this cylindrical ceramic flower vase features bold floral motifs glazed with bright red, blue, orange, and yellow beneath a red rim. Below the floral motif is a dot-filled trellis motif. Handcrafted by Mexican artisan Armando Sobreyra, this lovely vase will make a cheery addition to your home.
Handcrafted Wide Mouth Floral Ceramic Vase, "Margarita"$139.99
With petals the color of the sun and the ocean, or "daisies" blossom all over a vase by Lilyan Bebecke. "I was inspired by my country's rich flora, that's why it's known as the 'country of eternal spring,'" she says with pride. The cheerful composition is painted by hand on a ceramic vase crafted in Guatemala.