Contemporary Green Ceramic Ursula Vases by Billy Moon

by interior designer

in Accessories

When I first saw these green ceramic ursula vases I was immediately reminded of the work by British sculptor and photographer Andy Goldsworthy. I’ve long been an admirer of Goldsworthy’s sculpture work and have a variety of books on his designs. One of these portrays a wooden sculpture with a hole in the center, which looks nearly identical to the vases shown in the picture below. I’ll write more about this British sculptor another day but for now I want to concentrate on these green ceramic vases.

green-ceramic-ursula-vasesThe vases are the creation of Texan designer Billy Moon. As well as being an economist, Moon is also an icon in the home furnishings industry. Over the last 20 years, he has gone on to win numerous design awards as well as open design operations in Mexico and China, the latter of which he made his home. His willingness to travel the world and experience the different cultures has resulted in a rich variety of designs for furnishings and decorative items for the home.

This skill can be seen in this set of three green ceramic ursula vases which come with chestnut brown details. The three different shaped vases can be used in a myriad of ways from holding flowers and dried branches, through to being purely decorative pieces on their own merit. The green ceramic vases can be placed on a table top or in the case of the large vase, on the floor, as a decorative accent to a variety of different interior themes.

You can read more information about the Uttermost Company who make these vases as well as further details about the sizes and prices by hopping over to the following website: Ursula Ceramic Vases in Green with Chestnut Accents, Set of 3.

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Matthew Kennedy 07.22.09 at 18:23

Very nice!

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