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.
If you’re looking for a vase that’s just right for a summer floral arrangement, read more:
- The New Organics: 10 Wooden Vases for Foolproof Floral Arrangements
- Objects of Desire: Wet Vessels by Aviva Rowley
- Foxgloves: Rethinking a Fickle Flower
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