Moser Crystal Fire Vase 9.8" Alexandrite and Orange
Designed by Ji uhjek, the artist was inspired to render each of the four elements as a unique work of art but combined together they harmoniously blend to reflect the foundation and root of all energy and life. This vase represents Fire.
Moser Crystal Fire Vase 9.8" Alexandrite and OrangeMoserV-FI-30300-1-ALXORG11.0000Home %26 Garden > Decor > Vases
Product description:Designed by Ji uhjek, the artist was inspired to render each of the four elements as a unique work of art but combined together they harmoniously blend to reflect the foundation and root of all energy and life. This vase represents Fire.
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