The basket will be cleared if the country is changed. Do you still want to change country?



We celebrate the season for beautiful flower decorations

Our most beloved vases

The designs are transparent and direct in their intention to honour every flower placed within them. The task of flower arranging is slowed down and simplified, for deep appreciation and presence of mind. Nature is at the core of this design. 


‘Ikebana’ is Japanese for making flowers live and is used to describe the art of arranging flowers. The beautiful vases by Jamie Hayon is true to the spirit of Ikebana. The vases are designed to honour and enjoy the whole flower and not just the crown.

Inspired by the iconic crescent moon and eye symbols, Fritz Hansen’s decorative Moon Eye vase set showcases a lasting tribute to imperfection: the mouth-blown glass reveals distinctive colourways and smoke gradient, with each vase in the two-piece set differing in height, thickness and hue thanks to a specialist fixed-mould crafting process that requires high levels of technical skill to achieve. Beautiful when filled with just a handful of flowers, they can be positioned together or individually.

Contrasting elements meet and create a unique and harmonious look in this stunning vase by Jaime Hayon.


Cecilie Manz’ series of Japanese handmade earthenware for Fritz Hansen Accessories introduces a special glaze, new colours and a new Round vase. The unique glaze and colours truly underlines the craftsmanship that define the Fritz Hansen quality as well as the fascination of and respect for the Japanese ceramics tradition. Like the existing Cecilie Manz earthenware the new vases are handmade at small potteries in Seto, Japan. They express simple Scandinavian design at its best whilst coming across warm and welcoming. 
Vases by Fritz Hansen
The Ikeru Vase by Jaime Hayon is a simple design for flower arrangements, inspired by the Japanese art of ‘ikebana’. Metal flutes hold individual flowers for a full appreciation of every flower from many angles. Water in the glass tray below keeps flowers fresh.