Kohchosai Kosuga - Ichirin Flower Vase
This simple and minimalistic, handled flower vase has the perfect balance of bamboo and glass, highlighting the allure of the flower and allowing you to subtly accent your dining table, vanity, or desk. Even a single flower in this vase is aesthetically pleasing; branches, leaves, or dried flowers also do the trick.
The founder of KOCHOUSAI, Kocho Ueda, worked as the official painter for the 11th Tokugawa feudal lord of the Kishu province. After being given the right to a surname and to bear arms, he was given the family crest of kageaoi design (hollyhocks). His paintings are now part of the collections of Nishihongan-ji temple and Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts. In honor of the founder's talent for the arts, the company "Kohchosai Kosuga" was founded.