Goldfish are so elegant and glamorous; no wonder they’re such popular pets. I guess it’s pretty easy to walk out of the pet store having only spent $0.17 and gaining a little friend to call your own. Many fish owners have learned one way or another that goldfish in particular can pollute an aquarium very quickly. Don’t even make the mistake of raising one in a glass bowl. Imagine the mess koi, goldfish’s bigger more beautiful cousin, makes. With the Koi Glass Vase, you still get to appreciate the look of koi in a glass bowl while skipping out on the cleanup, maintenance and agonizing flush down the toilet.
The shape of the vase is sleek and modern and would look great just standing on its own. I’m seeing spring tulips and daffodils cascading the edges with the koi vividly contrasting against green leaves and stems. Greenery and fish go together like a picturesque koi pond set in a Japanese garden backdrop. Zen.
Koi Glass Vase
Looking as real as fish in a pond, lucky koi swim all around a semi-ovoid column of hand-blown glass. Koi art is believed to attract prosperity; for maximum feng shui, you might place this vase in an entryway or the money corner (southeast corner) of your home. 9″ high, 11″ wide, 6-1/2″ deep at widest point.
The Koi Glass Vase is available through Skymall for $29.95.
Here are some other ways you can incorporate goldfish into your everyday life without becoming a fish monger. Use Goldfish Garbage Bags, raise an Electronic Goldfish, or stick the Stuck! Goldfish Bath Plug in your drain.