Paris-based ceramicist Cécile Daladier’s delicate, hand-formed vases show off the charms of single stems—any flower, really, that you picked a minute ago from the garden. Cécile’s pieces begin with clay derived from the earth in the Drôme in southeastern France. She mixes it in an industrial bread mixer. She fires each piece over an open flame and then extracts the pottery at peak temperature, the pieces still glow red from the heat. The special feature of each vase is that it has individual cylinders for every flower, so it doesn’t matter how many flowers you’ve got – even a single one from your garden will be shown in the best way.