Azurite Iridescent pieces often have flashes that range from silver to purple and green that accentuate this bold blue glaze.
Snowdrop Vase | Iridescent
Snowdrop Vase | Iridescent
The Copper iridescent glaze is a shiny, smooth metallic glaze with many variations. Some pieces end up with a blue-gray flashing of color that covers a portion of the surface.
The Snowdrop vase has a wide, round base that contracts into a pillar as it gets taller. The rim of the vase has small snowdrop flowers whose stems glide gracefully down the sides of the vase.
This Copper Snowdrop vase has more pinks, reds and purples on its surface.
A set of Pewabic vases sit together on a wooden table. They all have the Copper Iridescent glaze.
Azurite Iridescent pieces often have flashes that range from silver to purple and green that accentuate this bold blue glaze.
Snowdrop Vase | Iridescent
Snowdrop Vase | Iridescent
The Copper iridescent glaze is a shiny, smooth metallic glaze with many variations. Some pieces end up with a blue-gray flashing of color that covers a portion of the surface.
The Snowdrop vase has a wide, round base that contracts into a pillar as it gets taller. The rim of the vase has small snowdrop flowers whose stems glide gracefully down the sides of the vase.
This Copper Snowdrop vase has more pinks, reds and purples on its surface.
A set of Pewabic vases sit together on a wooden table. They all have the Copper Iridescent glaze.

Snowdrop Vase | Iridescent

$170.00 Sale Save
IRIDESCENT

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With its delicately carved snowdrop flowers trailing around the vase and glazed in flowing matte green, the Snowdrop Vase initially was intended to be a lamp base when it was created in 1903.

An original Snowdrop Vase found its way back to Pewabic in 2006 and is now part of our museum collection.

Many consider the Iridescent glaze to be Pewabic's most important contribution to ceramic art. Through trial, error, and sheer persistence, Mary Chase Perry Stratton developed her first successful Iridescent glaze in 1906. Establishing the formula and stabilizing the firing process took another three years. Today our Iridescent pieces are fired somewhat similarly, though with safer materials. It requires a third firing and a process called fuming, when vegetable oil is injected into the kiln to create the extraordinary one-of-a-kind effects.

This listing includes several images of each available glaze, so you can get a better idea of the range in results possible. If you have your heart set on a specific look, we invite you to wait for a special online release where the item depicted is the exact one you will receive, visit us in store, or set up a virtual shopping experience by contacting the store directly at 313.626.2010.

Copper Iridescent pieces often have blue-gray flashes of color that dapple the smooth surface of the copper-colored glaze.

Azurite Iridescent pieces often have flashes that range from silver to purple and green that accentuate this bold blue glaze.

  • Approximately 6"H x 4"W
  • Handcrafted in Detroit
  • Pewabic logo stamped on the bottom
  • High variations in glaze and firing results ensure each handcrafted Pewabic piece is one of a kind
  • Do not put flower food in these vessels due to the soft nature of the glaze 
  • Photos are an example of what you may receive, you are not purchasing this exact piece
  • Available in Copper and Azurite Iridescent glazes