And iust her rosy finger-tips
Can touch its gently curving side;
But, on the touch, adown it dips,
And o’er the limpid wave doth slide;
As, riding at their anchor, ships
Swing slowly round, in circlings wide,
Upon the drifting of the tide.”
- Frank Waters
“The Water Lily: An Oriental Fairy Tale”
This next piece is inspired in Victoria Amazonica, the world’s largest Water Lily, whose leaves can span seven-feet across.When the heat is on, these plants of myth and legend bring their magic and beauty to the world.
A piece designed to shine in the center of a room. With lacquered wooden structures that resemble water lilies and with frosted glass mimicking the flowing current of a river, this piece represents the restless nature, full of movement and shapes.