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Thursday 18 December 2014

The 10 Best vases

1. Retro Yellow £23, jasmineway.co.uk There isn't anything subtle about this retro vase from Jasmineway but if you are looking for a statement vase, this is the one for you.
2. Bark Bongo
£23, puji.com This humdinger from homeware specialists Puji is bark-clad and sits nearly half a metre tall and has a quirky, curved body.
3. Purple Mosaic
£22, matalan.co.uk Forget about those chunky glass or pottery vases, plump for this small and delicate number, made up of a mini mosaic in bright colours.
4. Botanic Garden Etched Crystal
£20, portmeirion.co.uk This vase showcases Portmeirion's talent, with its multi-depth etched glass and sturdy crystal design.
5. Japanese
£62, sujiivana.co.uk This is handmade in the UK by Austrian potter, Katharina Klug, in a biscuit coloured pottery and features a charming stickman design.
6. Geometric
£67.50, gong.co.uk Is it a rock? Is it a sculpture? No, it's a funky vase from London's the Gong shop. A chic little number in a matt-finish ceramic.
7. Glass Lillia Turquoise
£28.50, berryred.co.uk The shiny glass has a pleasingly iridescent look,which makes it the perfect addition to your kitchen or bathroom window.
8. Betty Jackson Black
£44, debenhams.co.uk This glass vase may look expensive but is actually reasonably priced. Exceptionally fine when used for displaying white roses and lilies.
9. Factory Vase
£105, rume.co.uk Never has a large-scale industrial plant looked so attractive. This porcelain vase, by Maxim Velcovsky, is definitely the coolest vase around.
10. LSA Buba
£26, lsainternational.com Specialist glass-makers LSA hand-make and mouth-blow all their glass. This fine, curvy number also comes in green and purple.

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