On the face of it

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The Faceture is the smaller version of the original vase created by Phil Cuttance.

The Faceture is the smaller version of the original vase created by Phil Cuttance. Image: Supplied

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The vase measures 170mmx60mm.

The vase measures 170mmx60mm. Image: Supplied

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The base of the vase is weighted to ensure stability when used as candleholder.

The base of the vase is weighted to ensure stability when used as candleholder. Image: Supplied

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The piece is available in dark grey, blue, white, mid grey, pink and mint.

The piece is available in dark grey, blue, white, mid grey, pink and mint. Image: Supplied

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Bigger isn’t always better, so New Zealand maker Phil Cuttance, who is based in London, has come up with a smaller version of one of his more well-known pieces. The small Faceture measures 170mmx60mm and can be used as either a bud vase or as a candleholder. It comes in six different colours, costs about $100 and can be purchased at the Pah Gallery shop at the TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre or on the maker’s website.


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