Neither one nor the other. Called Ming glass because apparently they are vases inspired by the mythical ones of the Ming dynasty, but if they are looked at closely they are decomposed in six pieces as if it were a matrioska.
They are manufactured in melamine, in white or red colors, and measure 38 cm high. The Ming Glass is composed of six bowls of different sizes and shapes, which are coupled together, which can be given different use and placed in the way they are placed are tremendously attractive. Inside, each one is decorated with drawings of herbs and flowers also inspired by Chinese culture.
The design is from the French studio Ibride, romantics at the same time as breakers in all his creations, but with a very practical vision of design and, above all, very decorative.