A beautiful range of vases designed by Jane Mount, author of Bibliophile and co-creator of My Ideal Bookshelf, suitable for holding kitchen utensils, flowers, pens and more. 'A Compendium of Flowers' features a quotation from Oscar Wilde on the back: 'With freedom, books, flowers, and the moon, who could not be happy?' 'The Writer's Companion' features a quotation from John Keats on the back: 'A thing of beauty is a joy for ever.' 'Collected Curiosities' has a quotation by Louisa May Alcott on the back: 'The power of finding beauty in the humblest things makes home happy and life lovely.'
Felix Klein came up with the idea for this form when looking at non-orientable surfaces, such as the Möbius strip. A Klein Bottle does not have an edge - it is boundary-free, and an ant can walk along the entire surface without ever crossing an...
A gorgeous interpretation of a design classic. This vase is rather appropriately made from recycled light bulbs, thus ensuring an enlightening approach to home decor. Measures 16 x 9.5cm.
This perfect storage box will keep important things safe and thus save you from losing your mind. Based on a Mr Fowler's famous phrenology head, this is a brilliant way to avoid forgetting where your keys are. Measures15.5 x 15.5 x 28.5 cm.Porcelain.Comes boxed. ...
A gorgeous hand-blown glass bowl inspired by Echinoidea. Measurements: 5 cm x10 cm.Made from blown Glass.