When a vase photographs this prettily, the flowers may be beside the point. Nevertheless, the diminutive (2.75 inches higher) porcelain Fuji vase, designed by Dutch design and style studio Toer, is meant to draw consideration to the flower, not its conical holder. “Because of its low center of mass and reasonably wide ground surface, the little vase can avert its flower from toppling over.” And, we’re told, contains adequate internal assistance to allow a 3 ft. stem to remain erect as properly. That’s a pretty tall order for a tiny vase.
Images: Studio Toer