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Striving for Imperfection Vase Small

Striving for Imperfection Vase Small

Regular price $80
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This small vase embodies the essence of embracing life's imperfect moments. Meticulously fashioned from repurposed ceramics, each vase processes an individuality and charm. This item is ideal addition to an entry or coffee table, especially when adorned with a few dried blooms. 

Let this handcrafted vase spark your sense wonder and inspire you to celebrate the art of imperfection.

Height 6.7 inches.


A mix of 60% recycled ceramics and 40% raw stoneware (TatvaMix material)

Every intricate detail is lovingly handcrafted and hand-painted

Shipping & Returns

This item ships via standard ground delivery and arrives in 3-8 business days. Expedited Shipping is available. Read Shipping page for more info.

It can be returned within 30 days of receipt. For more details please visit our Returns and Refunds page.

Care Instructions

Please, dust this vase with a soft, dry cloth and wash it delicately by hand with mild soap and water only.

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  • Accent your home

    We strive to design artistic pieces that can help you personalize your home

  • 60% of recycled ceramics

    Stronger than conventional one and with love to our planet

  • Giving 5% back to The Art Therapy Project

    By purchasing a piece from this collection you support those affected by trauma

The Striving for Imperfection Collection

Introducing Striving for Imperfection, an invitation to let go of the pursuit of perfection and discover beauty and freedom in life’s imperfect moments, objects and experiences.

Crafted from recycled ceramics, each vase in the collection has an individual one-of-a-kind charm, celebrating the singular and unique results that imperfections create. Join us on the journey of finding beauty in irregularity, and inspiration in the concept of flaws.

Come along as we abandon the notion that perfection is the goal, and strive for imperfection.

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