From the earth, everything begins. Or, at least, the things that are especially significant to me. I started in the mud as a child, passionately crafting my initial shapes. I made what were supposed to be vessels and decorated them with leaves. Flowers come from the earth. I embarked on the color palette exploration for these vases with my heart, without overthinking, and inevitably found satisfaction in the earthy tones that are also part of our brand's essence, the idea we live for.
Everything also originates from rhythm. And it is not anything different from the soil. When we listen to a consistent rhythm, a melody emerges over time. The Blanche collection taught me the importance of rhythm. However, I wanted more than just the technique with which the bowls from that collection were decorated. I was searching for something, I didn't know what, but I was guided. Through my search, I clarified that a vase is half of a composition, and a bouquet is the other half. I realized that the vase is that rhythm that provides communication, grounding, direction, and inspiration for a composition. The carved motifs are rhythm games, and gold is light, heralding the arrival of a miraculous melody invoked by the rhythm with which harmony will arise. When harmony exists, we say there is a composition, meaning there's purpose, hence beauty.
Will you know how to choose flowers for this vase? Look at it; if you find it beautiful, revel in that feeling as you select flowers, and we guarantee success. It's that simple.
Bokor (boh-kor) is an archaic South Slavic word for a bouquet.