Brush Vase
Brush Vase
Brush Vase

Brush Vase

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The Brush Vase from designer Harry Allen was originally intended to hold paint brushes, but includes a glass insert to hold water for flowers. Available in your choice of White or Chrome finish.

Size: 12" x 5" x 6" inches


Ship Time: 3-5 days


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More About Harry Allen

An award-winning interior and industrial designer, Harry Allen achieved prominence in 1994 for his first major project, the Moss design gallery in New York City's Soho district. Since then, he has designed a number of successful retail interiors as well as his own line of unique homewares, all which reflect his interest in art, new materials, and a systematic design process through innovation.

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