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Soe Cups And Ikebana Bowls For Flower Arrangements

Fri, May 17, 2013 | Pots | By Kate

Ikebana is an ancient kind of art that is creating compositions of plants and flowers in vases and pots that appeared in the 15th century in Japan and was originally a tribute to gods. Today it’s also a very popular and philosophic kind of art that inspired these Soe Cups and Toko & Noma Ikebana Bowls by Hanna Kruse. Each piece consists of a bowl made of ceramics or steel and a copper wire grid on which you may display anything – from jewelry to blossoms or use it as an unusual vase for some branches. It’s a new interpretation for traditional Ikebana flower arrangements.

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