In Praise of Flowers
Revelation of Lilies
Lilies are passionate beauty, used to convey multiple symbolisms. The way she faces up towards the sky signifies prosperity, abundance and well wishes.
By paying tribute to her glorious blooms, how can a vessel acts as a stage for the stargazer to bloom as she shows off her delicate beauty with her scintillating bulbs blossoming?
Inspired by the art of ruff collar worn to valorise the beauty and wealth of the wearer during the mid-16th to 17th century, the vessels were designed to create a captive stage with delicate slope for the Lily's beauty.
Tan Wei Jing DID.IT
Made of black marble and opalescent acrylic. 31.5 x 9.5 x H40 cm, 2.5 kg. This is a unique piece, comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Flower not included.
In Praise of Flowers is a tribute to the last moments of life that cut flowers offer us, by exploring their shapes, stories and symbols.
It is a research in nine chapters dedicated to nine different flowers: the Peony, an impressionist muse, the fragrant Lavender, the majestic Hydrangea, the Asian Orchid, the showstopper Lily, the delicate Tulip, the Narcissus and its reflection, the solemn Rose and the frail Baby's Breath.