Nauti Suction-Cup Vase


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Add a dash of décor anywhere with our inspired Suction-cup Bud Vases. Small and charming, they adhere to windows, mirrors and more.

The Story

Throughout history, sailing has been instrumental in helping civilizations to develop into thriving nations. Allowing for greater and faster mobility, sailboats have been used for transport, trade and exploration.

Through the centuries, sailing was largely an occupation for the privileged classes. It was not until the 17th Century that the art of sailing first became a sport in Holland. In 1660, the Dutch presented a yacht to Charles II, which introduced and ultimately popularized the sport in England, eventually spreading to the American colonies.

From dinghy to sloop, sailing today can be enjoyed by anyone on any scale. Our suction-cup vase celebrates the sport with a colorful regatta in full sail racing on a perfect day.


Included: 1 Suction Cup Vase

Dimensions: 7.5”x4” (In Package) 6.5”x3” (Actual Size)

Materials: BPA Free Plastic

Color: Blue, White, Yellow, Red

Care: Rinse with water and dish soap. Leave open to dry, store flat.


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    Jim SVG verified by SHOP
    United States United States

    Kinda small not much space to put water flower probably could only use fake flowers that do not require water

    Eva S.
    United States United States

    Perfect For Assisted Living Friend

    I took an artifical flower to my friend, she has a window in her room and put this vase up and waited to see her reaction. A tear rolled down her check and said it was the most precious gift she had received in here. She called me today and said everyone that comes into her room says that it brightens up her room. It reminds her of her sailing days with her husband. I didn't think something so small and inexpensive could make a world of difference to a shut-in