ROOK vase



Only 2 pieces in stock!

This vase embodies the essence of architectural strength and classic beauty, much like the rook piece on a chessboard. Its timeless design and signature an&angel mirror coating not only enhance the aesthetics of any living space but also create captivating reflections, adding a dynamic element to your decor.

The ROOK Vase's classic shape and refined styling make it a versatile addition to your interior, perfect for showcasing fresh flowers or as a standalone statement piece. Its ability to merge with both contemporary and traditional settings makes it an excellent choice for home decor enthusiasts, a unique housewarming gift, or an elegant decorative piece for weddings.

Choose the ROOK Vase to bring a touch of regal essence and timeless beauty into your home, and let its classic elegance and reflective charm elevate your living environment.

mirror exterior / mirror interior

Product size: W 147mm · H 200 mm · 1,6l · 1,8kg
Material: glass
Design by: Artis Nimanis

Each an&angel product is handmade in Europe by highly skilled glass artisans. Utilizing proven and refined techniques, we ensure that every piece achieves timeless quality and perfect glass clarity. Some of an&angel products have our signature mirror coating, combined with innovative technology, guarantees longevity, preventing oxidation and fading for an everlasting effect and enduring metal shine.

Free shipping and return worldwide on all orders over 150 EUR (except OUTLET). Please note that customers are responsible for any local customs duties.

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All products are securely packaged in cardboard boxes, covered in protective foam casing.

timeless luxury

Sleek, shiny, timeless. Our collection of vases is crafted by European glass artists, mouth-blown, and truly a statement. Any bouquet will be elevated in these vases.

designed by

Artis Nīmanis

Artis Nimanis devoted years of experimentation in his Latvian studio developing an innovative, and exclusive, method for combining glass and metal. His technique is a treatment of the material in a high vacuum environment where the metal is transformed into a fog and allowed to naturally settle on the glass surface, and as a final stage is burned in with plasma rays.

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