Zara Ceramics x Innocent Chaos Auction in aid of We Are Pangs

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We've teamed up with incredible Zara Ceramics and Innocent Chaos to offer this unique auction for four limited-edition vases filled with a beautiful bouquet of faux flowers. 

Fair warning: all of Zara's pieces sell out in minutes once they're dropped so this is a unique opportunity to get your hands on one of her pieces. 

We are running this auction from 8am - 8pm on Thursday 11th March only!

If you haven't seen Zara at work, or heard of her work, get yourself over to Insta and give her a follow: @zaraceramics

And for all your floral needs, Innocent Chaos has curated a stunning range: @innocent_chaos

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Lot 1
£ 270
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Limited Edition Zara Ceramics Vase (Lot 1) with Innocent Chaos Bouquet
Lot 3
£ 180
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Limited Edition Zara Ceramics Vase (Lot 3) with Innocent Chaos Bouquet
Lot 2
£ 206
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Limited Edition Zara Ceramics Vase (Lot 2) with Innocent Chaos Bouquet
Lot 4
£ 180
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Limited Edition Zara Ceramics Vase (Lot 4) with Innocent Chaos Bouquet
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