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This cast porcelain vase turns trash to treasure with some truly stunning results. The work is from a series of pieces inspired by detritus collected in Holland and was conceived for Middle Kingdom by Dutch designer Foekje Fleur van Duin. An uncanny simulacrum of an everyday motor oil bottle, the butter-colored vessel makes an ironic statement on our modern “throw away” culture, while celebrating beauty where it would normally be overlooked.
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Glazed on the inside.
Foekje Fleur van Duin
Hand wash. Take care not to stain.
H 10.88” W 4.50” D 2.50”
Founded in 1998, Middle Kingdom is the brainchild of Bo and Alison Jia, both of whom are obsessed with the traditions of Chinese porcelain. The company strives to recreate the meticulous craftsmanship of the Qing Dynasty, and revitalize the term “Made In China” for a contemporary audience. Its pieces have appeared in Domino, InStyle, Real Simple, and more.