See Vase no. 8
In newspaper articles during the 1950s, Estrid Ericson shows how to arrange seasonal bouquets. She presented the beauty of simple seed capsules and grass, but also how flowers could be combined to refined bunches and bouquets.
In 1957, Josef Frank designed a collection of four vases; no. 7, 5, 13 and 8 - all with completely different shapes: high, narrow, wide and low. The smallest of these vases is No. 8, only 11 centimetres high and 13 centimetres wide. This vase is beautifully suited for smaller flower arrangements; buds, tulips and short stems.