Availability - Made to order
Lead time - By commission
Shipping status - Australia only
Hanami vase was inspired by the fleeting appearance of delicate blossoms on the bare branches of a cherry tree. In Japanese culture, Hanami, literally translated as ‘flower-viewing’, is the thousand year old custom of celebrating the arrival of spring by feasting under blossoming cherry trees. The form of the vase takes its cues from natural plant growth, with lateral branches of hand formed tubular brass located in a cylindrical core of polished stone to create a strong sculptural silhouette.
W240 D240 H450
White Carrara marble with polished brass stems or black gabbro with black brass stems
Material & care
Hanami vases may be commissioned in limited edition small batches. Manufactured in Melbourne, Australia.
To fill the vase, simply submerge the tube sets in water to fill them prior to assembly. Arrange a single bloom or stem in each tube.
Some assembly required.