Bjørn Wiinblad’s delightful porcelain Flower vase is sprinkled with an abundance of little holes, hand-cut like stylised flowers, to give creativity free reign.
A single, distinctive stem placed at an angle gives the Flower vase character, like a lady in a fine hat, while filling all the holes with close, short-stemmed flowers achieves a contemporary flower-power look with a sense of wild hair.
Decorate with single stems, seed pods or berries to create a living sculpture – naturally.
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Bjørn Wiinblad was born in Copenhagen in 1918. At a very early age, he began to show signs of his talent for drawing and creating imaginative worlds.
Bjørn Wiinblad is especially known for his characteristic female figures with expressive eyes and pointed noses, and as an artist Bjørn Wiinblad couldn’t resist sticking his nose out, either, in the chic artistic circles of his day. In the 1950's and 60's, while all of Scandinavia was embracing minimalism and the simple, white look, he went “maximalist” with a seemingly indefatigable use of colour.
Bjørn Wiinblad’s abiding dream was to convert his home into a working museum for young artists. For every product sold a donation goes to the Bjørn Wiinblad Fund
|Dimensions||Height 16 cm|
|Designer||Bjørn Wiinblad for Rosendahl|
|Origin||Designed in Denmark|