The straw weaving technique, which is one of the oldest arts, is used in the making of Kapu vase. The material used for weaving is a type of raw material available in southern Iran. The set of Kapu vases have been woven by local women of southern Iran with natural palm leaf fiber and straw stem. The raw material and the natural color of the Kapu vase make it feels alive. The simple design of the Kapu vase is inspired by the pattern of Choogha which is a male overcoat in Bakhtiary. Besides, its rustic design and structure are in harmony with various decorations.
Much more than a routine vases
The vase structure is cylindrical made from straw. At the bottom of the cylinder, there is a metal-based circular attached to the body of the straw vase and it lies on the ground with its pedestals. Of course, this structure is not visible in its facade as well as the appearance of the vase. The plant is placed in the straw vase as it is in a plastic pot and held by the metal structure. At the bottom of the straw vase, below the metal base, a basin lies on the floor. This artistic texture of the fine-spun Kapu vase has made it completely sturdy. Hence, the base structure of the vase is able to hold the weight of the pot.
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The circular structure is designed and embedded in the way that after the pot is irrigated, it is poured into the basin. Also the distance created between the pot and the basin help the extra water to come out of the pot easily. In this way, this water does not contact the floor of the pot. In conclusion, it prevents the floor of the pot to get wet and slimy. Finally, we have a look of pot and basket that have come together seamlessly.
something of a legend by being the ultimate union of form and function
The protection against heat and fire, pressure, hit and sharp objects are some of the ways to keep the Kapu vase. This product can be washed with warm water and common detergents.