Ephraim Faience Decor Sweet Magnolia Vase

Sweet Magnolia Vase

Ephraim Faience

  • $348

Some members of the magnolia family can trace their ancient origins back 95 million years—before bees were the bees knees—and to this day are pollinated instead by beetles. This vase celebrates the magnificent blossoms of the great magnolia tree. Dramatic sculpting and a cascading glaze application of green mingling with vibrant pinks and cranberry make this a stunning statement piece.

-thrown, sculpted & glazed by hand
-approximately 14.5″H x 6.75″W
-traditional earthenware is porous; liner recommended for use with water.

We love Ephraim Pottery because they are the modern incarnation of the traditional artisan guild. In their own words, ""We see a return to working together/collaboration; hand-crafting beautiful objects that have longevity; and taking notice of the small details in the natural world as lifestyle values that have important implications for the ways we live now and in the future.""

Modern Bungalow is one of a very few retailers privileged to carry the work of these craftspeople. Located in Lake Mills, Wisconsin, the studios of Ephraim Faience turn out gorgeous and ethereal pottery year after year.

Modern Bungalow features Ephraim's classic Craftsman pieces, as well as new designs and limited edition treasures.

The items shown here are in stock at Modern Bungalow and will be received in 10-14 days. UPS ground shipping is free. If you are interested in a sold-out item, please contact us but we cannot guarantee availability.

In the rare case of a defect, mistake, or damage in shipping, please contact us right away so that we can work with the freight company to make it right for you. If for any other reason you are unhappy with your purchase in the first 30 days after receiving it, just ship it back to us (you'll be responsible for return shipping) and we'll be happy to help you find something else or refund your purchase.

With the exception of serving and tabletop items, Ephraim Faience Pottery pieces are not water-tight. If you wish to use them for flower vases, just use a glass vial insert. Otherwise just clean with a soft damp cloth and keep dusted.