24k Gold Plated Flowers Bouquet Vase Statue, Vases, Nature & Flowers Statues, 24k Gold Plated Flowers Bouquet Vase “with Colorful Crystals Butterfly” Statue

24k Gold Plated Flowers Bouquet Vase Statue, Vases, Nature & Flowers Statues, 24k Gold Plated Flowers Bouquet Vase "with Colorful Crystals Butterfly" Statue

24k Gold Plated Flowers Bouquet Vase “with Colorful Crystals Butterfly” Statue

24k Gold Plated Flowers Bouquet Vase Statue with long-stemmed golden flowers that sit inside a beautiful matching base, adding a lifetime of beauty to your home. With a gold and crystal design, the sturdy, elegant vase and precision flowers are crafted with 24k gold plating and fitted with colorful crystals for a gorgeous look. This gold table top decoration adds classic sophistication to any living area. A Flower Bouquet is one of the most enjoyable ways to add beauty and comfort to any living or workspace, especially when that bouquet is plated in 24k gold and fitted with colorful crystals. This exclusive 24k Gold Plated Flowers Bouquet Vasewith Colorful Crystals Butterfly” offers flawless detail and amazing craftsmanship from the bottom of the tall vase to the tips of each flower bulb. A wondrous take on the endless beauty of flowers, this arrangement will look glorious until the end of time and you don’t even need water or sunlight to keep it looking spectacular. A Flower Bouquet is a collection of flowers in a creative arrangement. Flower bouquets can be arranged for the decor of homes or public buildings, or may be handheld. Handheld bouquets are classified by several different popular shapes and styles, including nosegay, crescent, and cascading bouquets. Flower Bouquets are often given for special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries or funerals. They are also used extensively in weddings as well as Olympics Medal Ceremonies. Bouquets arranged in vases or planters for home decor can be arranged in either traditional or modern styles. Symbolism may be attached to the types of flowers used, according to the culture.

The arrangement of flowers for home or building decor has a long history throughout the world. The oldest evidence of formal arranging of bouquets in vases comes from Ancient Egypt, and depictions of flower arrangements date to the Old Kingdom (2500 BCE). The sacred lotus was often used, as were herbs, palms, irises, anemones, and narcissus. In some cultures, ancient practises still survive today, for example in Ikebana, the art of flower-arranging that comes from Japan. The oldest known book on flower-arranging is Japanese and dates from 1445. Simplicity and linear form are core features of Ikebana, which has had a great influence on Western flower arranging since the late 19th century. Flower-arranging as an art form was brought to Japan by Buddhist Monks, who learned it while in China. In Ancient China, flower-arranging developed into a highly refined art form, based on the principle that life is sacred, including the life of plants, therefore cut flowers were used sparingly in carefully planned arrangements. Flowers were a traditional ritual offering among Buddhists, however, and remain so. In Europe, flower arranging as a formal art was first documented among the Dutch, who “in particular, painted wonderful informal arrangements of flowers. In the 18th century, arrangements were used to decorate the houses of the wealthy families and the aristocracy”. 24k Gold Plated Flowers Bouquet Vase “with Colorful Crystals Butterfly” Statue measures: 4 inches / 10 cm x 1.5 inches / 4 cm x 1 inches / 2.5 cm.


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