fine bone china vase by Carl Cashman
Carl Cashman Social Distancing Venus & the Cat fine bone chine vase
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Fine Bone China Vase - 'Social Distancing' by Carl Cashman | Limited Edition

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Introducing our exquisite Fine Bone China Vase from contemporary art brand Venus & the Cat, designed by the world-renowned British artist Carl Cashman. Featuring the captivating design 'Social Distancing,' this vase is a limited edition masterpiece, destined to elevate your home decor.

Crafted from English fine bone china, each vase features Carl Cashman's intricate 'neometric' wraparound design, meticulously silkscreened onto the surface. Handcrafted in the UK's Potteries using century-old techniques, it takes over twenty skilled artisans to create each vase, ensuring unparalleled quality and craftsmanship.

Standing at 10 inches high, this vase is not just an elegant addition to your home – it's the epitome of home decor style. With the prestigious Duchess China backstamp and delivered with a signed and numbered authenticity card by the artist, each piece is exclusive to Venus & the Cat.

Add a touch of sophistication to any room with our elegant Fine Bone China Vase. Let your decor become a talking point with this exquisite creation, showcasing the perfect blend of artistry and beauty, only from Venus & the Cat.


Who is Carl Cashman?

British ‘Neometric’ artist Carl Cashman has featured in galleries and held solo exhibitions all around the world. Cashman creates complex visual concepts juxtaposing colour, shade, dimension and depth, producing an optical illusory impact on the viewer. 

What is a Limited Edition?
A Limited Edition run refers to the restricted amount that are produced. Only 50 Carl Cashman vases were made, making them rare and highly valuable. They will never be reproduced.

Does the vase carry a backstamp?
Yes, on the base of the vase there is a backstamp. It is a stamp of the pottery that produced the ware (Duchess China 1888 in Longton, Stoke on Trent), as well as the Venus & the cat logo and the unique edition number of the vase (i.e. 20/50).