Guide to vases

Rosenthal vases

For silver and golden bouquets, small and large (from a couple to 30 flowers)

About the manufacturer:

Modern, timeless design, sense of detail, perfect craftsmanship, quality porcelain rendered in nice colours. The world-renowned company was founded in 1879 in Selb, Germany. Rosenthal creates its timeless, masterfully designed works in cooperation with important figures from the field of art, design, and architecture.

Rosenthal and GIYOU flowers:

The combination of GIYOU with Rosenthal vases makes for an impressive whole. The beautiful Rosenthal will be especially appreciated by those who’d like to place their GIYOU flowers in a modern, timeless designer vase. Rosenthal vases are ideal for small silver or golden bouquets (from a couple to 30 flowers). Find more advice on the suitability of Rosenthal vases for GIYOU flowers attached to each individual Rosenthal vase.

Sugahara vases

As a placement for a single flower or a small bouquet of silver or gold (from 1 to 25 flowers)

About the manufacturer:

Sugahara, a Japanese glassmaking company dating back to 1932, strives to make its hand-made glasswork as warm as the human body, putting a smile on your face when you hold it. It’s located in Chiba, Japan and has several stores in the country (Tokyo, Osaka, Miyabi, Chiba). The hand-blown glass vases, notable for their simplicity, smooth surface, and attractive colours, are easy to fall in love with.

Sugahara and GIYOU flowers:

Hand-blown glass lets GIYOU flowers shine to their fullest. We recommend using Sugahara vases especially as a placement for a single flower or a small bouquet of silver or gold (up to 25 flowers). Find more advice on the suitability of Sugahara vases for GIYOU flowers attached to each individual Sugahara vase.

Moser vases

For large silver or golden bouquets and Royal flowers (from 20 to 200 flowers)

About the manufacturer:

Hand-blown crystal vase, timeless design, and masterful manufacture by Moser, a famous Czech glassmaker. Moser has produced lead-free, hand-mane luxury crystal ever since its founding in 1857. Each vase requires the cooperation of more than 40 master glassmakers. You’ll fall in love with the colours of the Moser crystal. Moser uses lead-free crystal exclusively—no other type of material poses such a challenge for glassmakers. The result is a work of unusual purity, shine, and hardness.

Moser and GIYOU flowers:

Large GIYOU bouquets and Royal line are quite symbiotic with the masterful beauty of Moser vases. In fact, the commissioner of our globally unique golden bouquet picked one as a placement for their order. Moser vases are a good choice for 20 to 200 silver or golden flowers. Find more advice on the suitability of Moser vases for GIYOU flowers attached to each individual Moser vase.

Rare vases

Rare vases - both contemporary and vintage - offer a new perspective. The main factors that go into their consideration are craftsmanship, artistry, and other qualities, including their distinctness when compared with our other vases, as well as their suitability for GIYOU flowers. The rare range changes constantly and only a single piece of each item is usually available. Find more advice on the suitability of rare vases for GIYOU flowers attached to each individual rare vase.

Recommendations on other vases, consulting

If you would like to pick a vase on your own, here are a few tips. If you need consulting or help with picking your vase, please contact our customer support team.

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