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Top Girls Vases Inspired By Vintage Dresses

Thu, Apr 24, 2014 | Planters | By Kate

We got used to various modern and minimalist vases but these ones re very feminine and vintage-inspired. Her ‘Top Girls’ is a series of vases that reference the tradition of porcelain figurines. Well-known female figures from the times of ancient Greece up to the 1960′s can be identified by their dresses, and these vases show these gowns. The top of the vases is open to configure it with flowers. The ‘finishing’ of the Top Girls can be playful personalized and arranged by user. These vases are functional, unusual, and joyful, they will become a great and unexpected accent in your décor.

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