The Cambria Vase in Blanc De Chine from Villa & House references history and takes inspiration from organic shapes. When ostriches were discovered by 16th century Europe, they were considered rare and almost mythical animals. They were prized for their voluptuous feathers, which cost more than their weight in gold, and their giant eggs were turned into a variety of decorative curios. As a nod to this history, Bungalow 5 has scaled up the ostrich egg in fine hand-made Blanc de Chine porcelain. This oversized version is a functionally beautiful objet d'art. Glazed on the inside and matte on the exterior, it is a giant oval with the top removed to resemble a cracked egg. It has a cool minimalist appeal and is perfect for a centerpiece or an overscale coffee table accessory.
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