A few months ago, I built an Anycubic Kossel printer and substituted 36" [914 mm] long 2020 extrusions for the stock 26-3/4" [680 mm] vertical beams. The result is that my Kossel can print objects up to 534 mm [21"] tall. Inspired by this new capability, I designed these two faceted vases. The vase that I printed with the blue transparent filament is 170 mm dia. x 530 mm tall. The vase printed in reddish transparent filament is 160 mm dia. x 530 mm tall. If you cannot print with these heights or diameters, just use your slicer to scale the print down. As a matter of fact, you can probably make some very interesting shapes with these files by using a different scale factors in the z, x, and y directions.
0.3 mm layer height, 0.6 mm extrusion width.
To print these vases, you must use the 'vase mode' setting of your slicer (or 'spiralize outer contour' setting in Cura). I also recommend a printing speed of about 40 mm/sec. My printer uses an 0.4 mm nozzle, and I set the extrusion width to 0.6 mm, and the layer height to 0.3 mm. I also recommend printing with a skirt rather than a brim.