Jonathan Adler Vases

By: Sanjeevkumar

has been reinventing the world of modern decorative ceramics. His work makesovert references to earlier designers of the 50s, 60s and 70s, yet his piecesare instantly recognizable as Jonathan Alder ceramics, lamps, textiles andfurniture.

A new Vase collection designed by Jonathan Adler caught oureye. Metal screens perforated with a square pattern similar to his Kensingtonduvet from his dance around frosted white glass, casting an interesting shadow.The Parker Collection, manufactured by Robert Abbey, follows on the heels ofthe Carlisle and the Maurice.

credits his artistic personality to his parents. "My dad wassort of a rigorous modernist and my mom was a bit more loopy in heraesthetic," he says. "I would like to think that I'm a perfect fusionof their spirits." Jonathan Alder's focus is always on his pottery. Hiscareer was launched in 1994 with an order from Barneys New York. Hisever-expanding pottery collection mixes sophisticated modern design, kitsch,American folk art, and a good dose of tongue-in-cheek fun.

Recent additions to the Jonathan Adler collections includehome textiles such as pillows and rugs, lamps, furniture, handbags and more.Plus, a new line of designs called "Happy Home" include lower pricedceramic dinnerware and accessories. And Jonathan Adler isn't stopping there.He's taking his unique eye for shape, pattern and decoration to interior designas well. Jonathan Adler recently designed the Parker Hotel in Palm Springs.These Jonathan Adler vases were featured in Will & Grace in a scene withWill Truman. For more details visit

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