KING vase cobalt



This vase, inspired by the commanding presence of the king piece on a chessboard, brings a sense of majesty and sophistication to any space with its pure and classic design. Incorporating cobalt blue, a vibrant and charismatic hue, injects vitality into your living space. This specific tone of blue electrifies neutral interiors, infusing them with a burst of energy and dinamic.

Crafted to embody the iconic an&angel style, the KING Vase is a testament to timeless beauty and elegance. Whether standing alone as a statement piece or adorned with fresh flowers, this vase adds a touch of royal allure to your interior. Its classic shape and refined aesthetics make it a perfect luxury home decor item, an exquisite wedding gift, or an impressive housewarming present. 

cobalt blue exterior / cobalt blue interior

Product size: W 180mm · H 230 mm · 2,7l · 1,9kg
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.

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All products are securely packaged in cardboard boxes, covered in protective foam casing. Guaranteed replacement for any broken parcels.

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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