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Jonathan Adler Small Ivory Vase Ceramic

Overview

This vase is sure to garner attention for its organic, groovy, hourglass figure. Made of stoneware and topped off with a lead-free matte ivory glaze, this vase shines on its own but will also come to life when filled with a single flower. Look for matching umbrella, lap desk, journals, stationery, book totes, bookends, and picture frame in the rest of the Jonathan Adler collection.

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Overview

This vase is sure to garner attention for its organic, groovy, hourglass figure. Made of stoneware and topped off with a lead-free matte ivory glaze, this vase shines on its own but will also come to life when filled with a single flower. Look for matching umbrella, lap desk, journals, stationery, book totes, bookends, and picture frame in the rest of the Jonathan Adler collection.

About the Jonathan Adler for Barnes & Noble line
In collaboration with designer Jonathan Adler, Barnes & Noble is offering online and in 400 stores nationwide the Jonathan Adler for Barnes & Noble line of products. Jonathan Adler's colorful and contemporary style using his signature blue and brown colorways with a variety of bold graphic patterns is represented in these reading and writing gifts designed exclusively for Barnes & Noble.

About Jonathan Adler
Iconic potter, designer, author, and TV personality Jonathan Adler is known for his mod shapes, vibrant colors, and organic eye-popping patterns. Jonathan Adler products have become a lasting part of American pop culture, appearing on the sets of The Today Show, Sex and the City, Will & Grace, and The Apprentice. His acclaimed book My Prescription for Anti-Depressive Living combines his wittiness and enthusiasm for creating happy homes with serious design. Jonathan is also known for his role as the lead judge in Bravo's successful reality series Top Design which debuted in February 2007.

Features:
  • Rustic stoneware is softened with a lead-free matte glaze
  • Coordinates with other products in the Jonathan Adler collection
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780641832390
  • Manufacturer: Barnes & Noble
  • Publication date: 10/5/2007

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  • Posted October 27, 2008

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    A Work of Art, not a Symbol

    Not every object in the entire world is a trashy homage to the female concept. Is it so outrageous for a vase to be a simple piece of artwork? Why must the petty, hypersensitive people in the world continue to pray on beauty by reading false impications into it?<BR/><BR/>Just because a person may have a bad self-image, it doesn't mean that every person in the world is out to get them with their creations. In my opinion, this vase is a beautiful product of a talented designer; it looks nothing like a human form. If such a harmless piece as this is offensive, what is next to come? Will you petition for a ban on hourglasses and figure eights? And who else will you speak for when yous ee other vases? If you see a tall, slender vase here online, will you proclaim it offensive to thin people?

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 20, 2009

    Ceramic Vase

    I love the Jonathan Adler Small Ivory Ceramic Vase. It's simple design lets whatever flower you choose to adorn it with shine, while the shape is art itself. beautiful!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2008

    To the person who shared their bad comments

    The person who felt the need to share their bad comments about the JA vase obviously has NO idea of style or has respect for the post modern design of sculpture. The vase is beautiful, and for those creative, fashionable and stylish people who respect art in all forms would love to receive such a beautiful gift.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2008

    eye of the beholder

    I agree with Kells. I am a woman and I would not be offended at all to receive this vase as a gift. I think it is a lovely piece of art. I certainly would not wonder if it made my butt look big.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2009

    Small

    Just so you know, this is 5 1/2" small, I mean tall. It's nice, just small.

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  • Posted June 29, 2009

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    A 'vase' of Art

    I purchased this lovely vase as a gift to a friend. What is so interesting about it, is you can put a single long stem flower (for two days before the stem bends) or one or two blossoms in it. Its' rich simplicity is the key. Whether you prefer the 'less is more' type of look in your home or if your abode is filled with memorabilia and picture frames, this ivory figure will be a friendly addition to the group. Its smooth quiet presense, either empty or holding a narcissus, is definitely an exquisite and useful purchase.

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  • Posted June 20, 2009

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    Maybe a Dandelion Would Fit.

    Twenty-five dollars for a four-inch peice of mud that my five-year-old could have made. I bought this item for a friend, and was extremely embarrassed to give it to her. If you feel that it's worth the money, then by all means, purchase it. I just hope you can find a flower that has a stem thin enough to fit.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2008

    Adler Ceramic Vase an Insult to Women

    I can't believe that Barnes and Noble is promoting the Jonathan Adler ceramic vase as something "special" for Mother's Day. It looks like an over-weight, large butted fat woman and almost any woman I know would be insulted to receive this horrific gift. What an insult to women! Just the perfect thing to make "mom" ask, "Does this make my butt look big?" Skip this gift for Mother's Day.

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted November 9, 2008

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