Our registry picks include a selection of carefully curated and designed pieces created in close collaboration with skill-full artisans in Latin America
A sculptural vision. This curved, wooden vase is a collaboration between Francesa Miranda and artisans, merging modern curation with ancestral techniques from Colombia. The Sindamanoy Vase is named after the word family in Quechua, an indigenous language spoken by Quechua peoples.
It is characterized by its elongated body and intentional play on width – presenting a thick, round body and long, narrow neck. Its natural color favors its sanded, smooth finish, exposing the thin layers of wood that merge together to create the curvature of its form. Ideal to place near your home’s entrance to greet your guests with a colored flower arrangement.
This piece is made out of natural wood.
To preserve its idenitity avoid exposure to direct sunlight or harsh lighting.
To clean use a mildly damp soft towel or a duster.
4 to 6 weeks
25 x 48 cm