Tikal Wood Vase
A must for any bookshelf or coffee table? These stunning vases, carved from woods found in the Guatemalan jungle – Granadillo (known for its vertical graining), Mahogany, and White Teak (beautifully light in both weight and color). Style with florals or without; the grains and unique shape are head turning either way. We recommend styling as a set of two to create depth and visual interest.
Handmade by a group of artisans in the Petén Jungle of Guatemala, each piece is made from sustainably sourced wood that’s certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). All made start to finish in a fair-trade working environment.
Medium: 4.5” Diameter x 9”H
Large: 6” Diameter x 12”H
Available in Granadillo, Mahogany, or White Teak woods; All with a sustainably sourced beeswax finish.
Grenadillo – Dark Brown
Mahogany – Medium Brown
White Teak – Ivory
The Woodworkers of San Andres
“Before touching a single tree, our reforestation project had planted 45,000 trees in the heart of the Petén Jungle. This is our way of deepening our commitment to nature’s most beautiful treasures.”Learn More
16° 58' 37'' N
90° 01' 10'' W
Made with higher standards. We preserve artisan craft by paying wages that average 2x the fair trade requirement.
The interior of all of our wood vases have been finished with a water-resistant coating, so they’re perfect for floral styling.
Mahogany & Granadillo: Hand wash with warm water and soap. Dry immediately. To maintain the natural luster of the wood, condition occasionally with a food-safe oil such as coconut oil.
White Teak: Wipe with a damp cloth to clean.
This vase is gorgeous. I got the small one and it holds a regular grocery store bundle of flowers perfectly. The shape lends really well to a beautiful arrangement actually. The stems expand out on the bottom and out on top coming to an X shape with the smaller opening. Seriously, this vase made my $10 flowers look spectacular! Love this piece.