Rose Bouquet Rose Bouquet

SKU#:
RSE-700-109
Limited Availability Next Arrival in Mid June

Is there anything more romantic than giving or receiving a bouquet of roses? We think not, and so we've tapped our artisans to masterfully capture that moment in forever-blooming porcelain. Why shouldn’t every day feel like a special occasion? The Rose Bouquet is brought to beautiful realization in fine Blanc de Chine Porcelain, with each gossamer-thin petal lovingly crafted by hand. The strikingly realistic details come together to form a fresh floral arrangement with a velvety matte finish. Its matching vase provides contrast with its soft glossy sheen. An elegantly minimal all-white accent, the Rose Bouquet adds whimsical charm to any shelf or surface in need of ornament.

  • 6dia x 5.5h
  • Hand Crafted Blanc de Chine Porcelain
  • Matte Finish on Leaves
  • Gloss Finish on Base
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