An unmistakable aesthetic language that uses priceless blown glass to make an elegant vase in the form of a cross, designed to hold a flower in each of the four spaces inside of it. Bodil Kjær designed Cross in the early 1960s with the idea of creating vases that would support the stems of flowers to highlight their beauty in a natural way. Indeed, the characteristic cross shape allows the focus to be on the individual flower or to use several vases to form dramatic interlocking compositions. Cassina re-edits the Cross vases in three sizes, two of which maintain their original dimensions. While the vaseis blown inside the cast-iron mould, the surface is delicately hammered, each tap delivered with slightly different force, making every piece one-of-a-kind.