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Vase with distinctive stripes

An unmistakable stripe design distinguishes the Omaggio vase from Kähler Design . The combination of elegant stripes and a soft shape with gentle curves brings a lively dynamic into any room.

Flower vase and decorative object

The Omaggio vase puts beautiful seasonal flowers in the limelight individually and conjures up an extraordinary contrast to the fine structures of the blossoms with its striking stripes. The eye-catching vase can also be used just as well without a flower arrangement as a decorative object - for example on the dining table.

The versatile Omaggio series

The individual objects of the Omaggio series from Kähler Design were created by the Danish designers Ditte Reckweg and Jelena Schou Nordentoft, who together run the design studio Stilleben. The various vases, storage containers, candlesticks and other objects of the series can be perfectly combined with each other.

All products of Kähler Design are elaborately made by hand - thereby, special emphasis is placed on the artistic expression. This gives each object a uniqueness that makes up the special charm of the quality craftsmanship.

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Item no.132932
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Handwash only Handwash only
DimensionsHeight: 20 cm, Diameter: 16.5 cm
Weight1 kg (without packaging)
CleaningHandwash only
CategoryVases, Kähler Design Vase
Accessories and spare parts 
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Hand painted ceramics from Kähler

As has been the case since the beginning of the Kähler tradition, the ceramic accessories, vases, bowls and other items are applied by hand according to ceramic craftsmanship traditions.

Handmade ceramics according to tradition

Traditionally, all Kähler ceramics are handmade since 1839. Each individual design is a tribute to the company history of Kähler and is a tribute to traditional craftsmanship. A look into the Kähler workshop can be found here in the video.