After relocating from Seattle, WA, Mari Schultz now designs and makes her unique rectangular glass vases in Austin, TX.
Anodized aluminum sides and base frame the fine beveled glass. The interior houses a patented removable acrylic insert making them watertight and allowing for fast and easy cleaning.
These vases are a beautiful tool that will help you create fun, inexpensive and effortlessly artistic arrangements. Incorporate flowers, veggies, fruits, stones, branches, grasses, silks and many other decorative objects to create unique displays.
Free the designer inside of you to enhance your surroundings and easily add a spot of color and elegance to tabletops, mantles, windowsills, islands, offices or desks.
Stems vases are also a fantastic gift idea. Ideal for: Birthdays, Housewarmings, Weddings and holidays.
Enjoy the beauty and art of simplicity!
CARING FOR YOUR VASE AND INSERT
Wipe metal with a microfiber cloth lightly damped with water.
TO GET RID OF HARD WATER RESIDUE, CLOUDINESS OR MINERAL
A) Denture cleaning tablets or
B) 3 Parts vinegar to 1 part water, then follow the drying
Available for purchase through our website.
NOT Dishwasher safe but easy to clean by hand: Rinse with warm water and soap right after use, shake off excess water and spray a little bit of ammonia-free plexiglass cleaner inside the liner. Place insert on a flat surface on top of a towel, use our cleaning kit (Available for purchase) or a wooden ruler with a soft microfiber cloth tightly wrapped around it. Use the ruler to
get the inside and outside of the liner clean using firm but gentle movements to prevent splitting the corners.
Use our cleaning kit (Available for purchase) or a flat wooden stick, wrapped tightly with a clean microfiber cloth, ammonia-free spray glass cleaner on the cloth and use the tool to clean the inside and outside of the glass. It is safe to give your vase a quick rinse in your sink using ONLY COLD water, never warm as it will compromise the bonding material.
Never submerge vase in water and DO NOT clean in the dishwasher.
Using extremely thick branches, rocks, slices of fruit, stems or other items
that have to be forced inside will not only warp your insert, but put too
much pressure on it causing the glass to separate from the metal.