Etsy is an online marketplace where hundreds of thousands of creative people from more than 150 countries sell their handmade crafty goodness. Each week, we’re featuring a handful of our favorite items in our Etsy Roundup. On the menu this week: Handmade glass vases.
Functional and decorative glassware
An original glass vase does more than simply hold a bouquet of flowers or a single bud. It adds color and decorative value to your table. Don’t stick your flowers in a plain glass vase from the grocery store! Turn to Etsy for beautiful and original glass vases and give your flowers the fancy home they deserve.
Etsy is overflowing with original handmade glass vases. We fell in love with Avolie Glass, our featured seller in this week’s Etsy roundup. While some of the pieces are pricey, the quality and beauty of these glass vases make them worth the investment. This two-person Etsy team is driven by “creativity, enthusiasm, love and the artistic process.” You can also find Avolie Glass on Twitter, Facebook and their website, Avolie Glass.
Polka dot blown
glass bud vase
Sweet and simple, this polka dot blown glass bud vase ($60) is a great way to add a little color to your room. The pinched design in the center of the glass vase holds the bud up perfectly. The vase is a nice size for a petite piece of artwork: 7.5 inches tall with a 1-inch opening.
Caribbean blue blown
glass flower vase
Escape to the Caribbean and add a bold splash of color to the room with this Caribbean blue blown glass flower vase ($195). A bouquet of bright yellow or orange sunflowers will pop with color when you place them in this glass vase. The Etsy sellers specifically created this tall vase to support the long, heavy stems.
Pucci striped miniature
glass bottle vase
The Pucci striped miniature glass bottle vase ($95) is part of the Etsy sellers’ miniature cane series. Minis can be used anywhere: the fireplace mantel, kitchen table or on a bookcase. For a really fun display, group it with other mini vases.
handblown glass bud vase
The Etsy sellers say this butterscotch caramel handblown glass bud vase ($75) sounds good enough to eat — and we agree! The rich, warm colors of honey, toffee and fudge look (and sound) delicious! Use the glass vase to hold flowers or as an accent piece on a table or your mantel. Beautiful!