I am a Flower Frog Holder. I’m not the kind of frog that hops. I’m the kind that holds flowers in a vase to prevent them from going flop.
I had no idea what a “frog” was in the world of flowers until a friend who practices Ikebana, the Japanese art of floral arranging, enlightened me. Frogs are small disks that sit at the bottom of a vase to help hold flowers in place. Most frogs are pretty unappealing with spiky pins, strategically hidden with flowers and leaves. When I found these frogs I liked the idea that they were pretty enough to sit in a transparent glass vase without needing to be covered. This idea alone enabled me to discover a whole new method of flower arranging. They can transform any regular vessel laying around the house into a functional vase in an instant - the best part!
Flower Frog Holder was curated by Angélique Chmielewski
Maker: Kohchosai Kosuga
Dimensions: 1.5” (w) x 1.5” (l) x 0.8" (h) or 3.1cm (w) x 3.8cm (l) x 2.0cm (h)
Weight: 2 oz or 57 g
Materials: Bamboo charcoal, Resin
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