Mangrove Vase

Jochen Holz
Mangrove Vase by glass artist Jochen Holz and royal florist Philippa Craddock. Sitting on solid legs, this piece is reminiscent of the aerial roots of Mangrove trees, in order to elevate the display of smaller flowers. The floating vase and structural legs emphasise the optical qualities of water and glass, creating an enticing floral display which places the emphasis on daintier plants. An expert collaboration between these two masters of their craft.

Material: Clear borosilicate glass, solid profile glass rods.
cm: Width 10cm, Depth 14cm, Height 21cm
inches: Width 3.9in, Depth 5.5in, Height 8.3in
Due to the handmade nature of these vases, exact dimensions may vary.
Care Instructions: Each vessel is dishwasher safe.


Navigating the possibilities and restrictions of the technique and material, Jochen favours borosilicate glass due its resistance to heat and suitability for lampworking. Lampworking is a technique in which a torch or lamp is used to melt the glass, with Jochen being one of the few makers practising the method in Britain. The glass is formed while in a molten state, by blowing and shaping with tools and through movement. Each piece is unique, individually considered and carefully finished by Jochen.
The Maker Jochen Holz Glass Artist - London

Jochen Holz is an award winning contemporary glass artist producing vibrant, organically shaped lampworked glassware and artworks. Jochen originally trained in lamp working in Germany before studying glass at Edinburgh College of Art and The RCA. After graduating in 2003, Jochen established his studio in East London. Jochen Holz’s approach to design is guided by the lampworking process and the flowing forms of hot glass. Each piece is a one off with a unique, spontaneous energy.