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Black Tuxedo Dry Flower Vase

Black Tuxedo Dry Flower Vase


Black Tuxedo Dry Flower Vase

Black Tuxedo Dry Flower Vase features tons of character and the elegance of a well dressed night in the big city.  Picture a Black Tie event with a dark charcoal suit with a hint of silver threads running through the fabric. This turned oak vase is ebonized with vinegar and steel wool which reacts with the tannins in the wood to create this deep rich black color.  Then a white liming wax is applied which fills the wood pores.  It is not often that a Maker finds wood with these gorgeous patterns.   The style is a modified Hollow Form which means the opening at the top is smaller than the diameter of the vase.  I actually hollowed this piece from the bottom and then plugged the opening.  Pretty good...  You can hardly tell. 


A glass vial is fit into the neck to keep your flower cutting watered.  The tube is 5 1/2 inches long with a 3/4 inch diameter.  Can be used as a weed pot, a bud vase, flower cutting vase.


Dedicated tools and patience are necessary to create a Hollow Form Vase.   This vase will be a beautiful centerpiece for your table or display shelf.  The size is 1 1/4 inches at the top and about 5 inch diameter at the widest spot and 10 inches tall.  Signed by the artist, Alan Adler, on the base.

Gift Ideas

This item will be perfect in your home or as a gift to a special friend.  How about a 5th Anniversary Wedding Gift which happens to be wood?  Birthday Gift, Retirement Gift.  You can check out other wood vases you may like in my store especially this Oak Burl Vase.

You may also want to check out my Etsy Store.


I design and all the items on this website in my studio in Montvale, NJ USA. When you make a purchase from AATurning  I guarantee that you will receive an original item.  I never sell any third party items.

Care for your Black Tuxedo Dry Flower Vase

  • Keep out of direct sunlight
  • Minimize exposure to wide swings in humidity levels
  • Do not wash with water, if necessary use only a damp cloth
  • Wax lightly with a quality food safe wax or oil and buff to restore the luster.  I like beeswax, walnut oil or mineral oil.


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