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Porcelain Milk Vase - Baby

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  • Made in the USA: Los Angeles, CA
  • Materials: Porcelain and glaze
  • Care: Hand wash. Dishwasher, microwave, and food safe
  • Slip cast from original handmade molds, crafted one at a time
  • Completely unique functional and decorative porcelain vase
  • Double dipped in a rich glaze, the overlapping creates a mix of color that can never be exactly replicated, making every single piece completely one of a kind
  • Locally sourced clay and glaze, almost 90% recycled material
  • Volume: 8.45 fl. oz.
  • Dimension: 3" x 3.25"
  • Weight: 0.5 lb.


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Porcelain Milk Vase - Baby

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These handmade vases add minimalist beauty, a pop of bold color, and practical design to home and office. Each vase is handmade in Robert Siegel’s L.A. studio by expert artisans, with a bold accent color that adds texture to the finished piece. Use the vases for flowers, desk supplies, make-up brushes . . . or just as works of art.
Made in the USA

Robert Siegel

If you want something handmade, a guy with a tattoo reading “handmade” is a great place to start. In this case, that’s Robert Siegel, creator of artisan pottery. His porcelain milk vases are cast in a variety of sizes, then dipped in bold-hued accents that give each piece a contrast of texture and color.

Robert’s a craftsman with a passion for pottery that runs deep. It’s brought him to China, to study porcelain making; and back again, putting his knowledge to work at his L.A. studio. Under his expert eye, artisans create each piece and stamp it with the studio’s seal.

It’s an understated visual touch befitting these minimalist vases. But they function beyond just décor—use them for flowers, desk supplies, make-up brushes and more. Plus, they are crafted with locally sourced porcelain, so they’re Made in USA from start to finish.