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  • foekje fleur foekje fleur - bottle vase #16 - spring
  • foekje fleur foekje fleur - bottle vase #16 - spring

foekje fleur - bottle vase #16 - spring

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Beautiful bottles inspired by the plastic waste along the banks of the river. We are a big fan

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With the bottle vases, Foekje Fleur tries to give more attention to the growing problem of litter and the plastic soup in our oceans. Bottle vase #16 sun  is part of the Maas Collection, which consists of bottles based on what she found along the banks of the river the Maas and is handcrafted.

The bottle vases are made of biscuit porcelain and have a matte finish on the outside that resembles plastic. The inside of the Porcelain Bottle Vase #16 sun is  glazed to make it waterproof and suitable as a vase. Nicely packaged in a cardboard box, with a small brochure, this bottle vase from Foekje Fleur is also a nice gift.

- material: biscuit porcelain
- color: spring (green) 
- size: 226,1×9,0x4,8 cm

After using the vase, wash the bottle with mild soap, warm water and a brush. Let it dry on a clean towel. Grease stains can be removed by rubbing in mild soap, leaving overnight and cleaning as described above. Always keep this bottle indoors and keep it in a dry place as over time, moist dirt can get into the outside. You can also keep liquids in the bottle. Then close the bottle vase with a cork.

Foekje Fleur's attractive and colorful designs appear playful at first glance, but are in fact inspired by serious topics such as environmental pollution and threats to wildlife. With this they want to create more awareness for these themes.

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