Blue White Ceramic Vases
  1. Jamie Young

    Asst. of 3 Sedona Vases - Blue/White - Jamie Young

    More Details Beautifully crafted of ceramic with dimpled detailing and a distressed, two-tone finish, this set captures all the appeal of rare vintage pieces.
  2. One Kings Lane

    12" Feeding Fish Vase - Blue/White

    More Details Crafted of ceramic and beautifully painted, this blue-and-white vase makes a stunning decorative accent even when it's not holding blooms.
  3. One Kings Lane

    28" Loma Flower Vase - Blue/White

    $244.99 $350.00 $244.99
    More Details Chinoiserie has never really gone out of fashion. This ceramic vase in a classic blue-and-white palette shows why the style remains a firm favorite.
  4. Castle Antiques & Design

    1930s Chinese Blue & White Vases - Set of 2 - Castle Antiques & Design

    More Details Pair of 1930s Chinese ceramic vases painted with a garden scene in white and blue. Age wear.
  5. The Moroccan Room

    Antique Moroccan Ceramic Vase - The Moroccan Room

    More Details Antique handcrafted ceramic vase from Fez, Morocco with a hand-painted Moorish pattern in blue and white. Maker's mark on underside. Minor age wear.
  6. The Moroccan Room

    Blue & Orange Moroccan Vase - The Moroccan Room

    More Details Vintage handcrafted ceramic vase from Fez, Morocco with a hand-painted Moorish pattern in blue, white, and orange. No maker's mark.
  7. Uptown Found

    Hand-Turned Crystalline Glaze Vase - Uptown Found

    More Details Hand-turned ceramic vase in white/cream with a blue crystalline glaze. Crystalline is a special effects glaze made primarily of particles of zinc oxide and silica that once heated starts a chemical reaction. No makers mark.
  8. The Emporium Ltd.

    1930s Gladding McBean Vase - The Emporium Ltd.

    More Details 1930s Gladding McBean California pottery vase with a glossy turquoise exterior glaze and a glossy white interior glaze. From a design line made by Gladding McBean from 1935 to 1937. Marked "GMcB" within the company oval mark used beginning in 1934.