The elegant, high-culture world that geisha are a part of is called karyûkai or "the flower and willow world". With that in mind, Herend artists have reinterpreted their geisha originally created in 1943 by Gyula Maugsch. They have dressed her up in a kimono in the ornate Empereur pattern which features lotus blossoms among other flower motifs finished off by a striking green border alluding to the long, sweeping branches of the willow tree. This level of detail takes 3 Herend artists a combined total of 42 hours to complete. Limited Edition Size 250. (5.5"L X 8.5"H)
Item #: EMP5681-0-00
Set in silver plated metal and encrusted with an oval limpet shell. Galapagos turtles are symbols of longevity and are creatures whose slow pace inspire one to take each day, one at a time.
Measures 13 ¾" w x 10 ½" d x 6" h.
Carved round fluted lapis buttons have 12 mm round light Swiss blue topaz center and diamond halos (.78 tcw) in 18k white gold. Handmade in America exclusively for Scully & Scully.
Each measures 1" diameter.
Overscroll padded back and seat between open scroll arms and above floral capital carved and panelled sabre legs. Inspired by a 19th century French original. Upholstered in Petham Almond Fabric.
A nautical scene is vibrantly handpainted on all sides of this elegant box, handcrafted of seasoned wood. It provides storage space and even serves as a side table. It is fitted with two removable front-to-back rods to hold legal files, if desired. It is lined with bookbinder's paper, and signed by the artist. Durable hardware and hinges. Made in America.
Measures 22" w x 12" d x 16" h.
Known for the translucence and whiteness of their porcelain, Bernardaud presents votive holders with lovely bas-relief designs. They are pure white: the color shown is from the candle burning inside. Votive candle included with each.
Measures 4" diameter x 2 ¾" h.
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