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    It is assumed that the first tulip vases were made when tulips were a status symbol and almost unaffordable. But tulip vases date from the time of King Stadholder William 3 and his wife Mary Stuart. Then the first vases were made with spouts, possibly because Mary Stuart launched the fashion to bring in fresh flowers.

    This specimen could have stood there on the table.

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    Thea Verbaan
    29-03-2019
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    Wat een mooie vaas! En ik kreeg hem als cadeau ingepakt!

It is assumed that the first tulip vases were made when tulips were a status symbol and almost unaffordable. But tulip vases date from the time of King Stadholder William 3 and his wife Mary Stuart. Then the first vases were made with spouts, possibly because Mary Stuart launched the fashion to bring in fresh flowers.

This specimen could have stood there on the table.

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Thea Verbaan
29-03-2019
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Wat een mooie vaas! En ik kreeg hem als cadeau ingepakt!

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Pyramid tulip vase

Inspired by the 18th century tulip vases, 31 x Ø 22 cm hand painted showpiece.
Pyramid tulip vase
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    It is assumed that the first tulip vases were made when tulips were a status symbol and almost unaffordable. But tulip vases date from the time of King Stadholder William 3 and his wife Mary Stuart. Then the first vases were made with spouts, possibly because Mary Stuart launched the fashion to bring in fresh flowers.

    This specimen could have stood there on the table.

    Reviews
    1 reviews 5 stars based on 1 reviews Add review
    Thea Verbaan
    29-03-2019
    Reviews

    Wat een mooie vaas! En ik kreeg hem als cadeau ingepakt!

It is assumed that the first tulip vases were made when tulips were a status symbol and almost unaffordable. But tulip vases date from the time of King Stadholder William 3 and his wife Mary Stuart. Then the first vases were made with spouts, possibly because Mary Stuart launched the fashion to bring in fresh flowers.

This specimen could have stood there on the table.

Reviews
1 reviews 5 stars based on 1 reviews
Thea Verbaan
29-03-2019
Reviews

Wat een mooie vaas! En ik kreeg hem als cadeau ingepakt!

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