Flower vases can be as varied as the flowers that they can hold. They can be made of a wide variety of materials like pottery and glass, and the color combinations are limitless. Blue, gold, red and green are just some of the colors that you will see.
Like the materials and the colors, the companies that have made vases are countless. Hull, Hall, Fenton and even Stangl are just some of the companies that have made an example.
One vase that would look terrific just about anywhere is this one by West Coast Pottery.
This cool gray and maroon fan vase dates to the 1950’s, and it is mold number 901. You can check this vase out in my Etsy shop here.
Another vase that would look great holding flowers is this one that was made by Fenton from 1970 to 1974.
The vase has the Drapery pattern on it, and it has a color called rose satin. The vase can be seen in my Etsy shop here.
Another company that made quite a few vases is Hull Pottery. They made a wide variety of vases like this one from the 1940’s.
It sports the ROSELLA pattern on it, and the pattern looks like it sports Dogwood blooms. You can see this terrific vase in my Etsy shop here.
As a matter of fact, you can see all the vases in my Etsy shop here. Head on over and check them out!