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Object of Desire: A French Farmhouse Vase, from Vermont

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Object of Desire: A French Farmhouse Vase, from Vermont

June 28, 2018

In Woodstock, Vermont, potters Zoe and James Zilian of Farmhouse Pottery rely on “simple tools and strong beliefs in process and authenticity” to create beautifully useful objects. Their two-handled ceramic confit jar (available in two sizes) has the perfect proportions to support a summer floral arrangement.

An armful of wildflowers would look lovely. So does a bunch of peonies, as shown above, arranged by Oregon-based flower grower Erin Benzakein of Floret Flowers.

Available in two sizes (medium and large) from Farmhouse Pottery, the medium Farmhouse Pottery Confit Jar is also available for \$\295 from Floret Flowers.
Above: Available in two sizes (medium and large) from Farmhouse Pottery, the medium Farmhouse Pottery Confit Jar is also available for $295 from Floret Flowers.
See more of Erin Benzakein&#8\2\17;s flowers at Ask the Expert: 7 Tips to Grow Cut Flowers in a Tiny Garden, from Floret Farm.
Above: See more of Erin Benzakein’s flowers at Ask the Expert: 7 Tips to Grow Cut Flowers in a Tiny Garden, from Floret Farm.
Both sizes of the wheel-thrown Confit Jar also are available directly from Farmhouse Pottery; \$\295 and \$4\25.
Above: Both sizes of the wheel-thrown Confit Jar also are available directly from Farmhouse Pottery; $295 and $425.

If you’re looking for a vase that’s just right for a summer floral arrangement, read more:

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