If I had a flower for every time I thought of you. I could walk through my garden forever. - Alfred Tennyson -
Flowers can help brighten the atmosphere and relieve the sadness of a loss. The luxurious hand-painted vase is most attractive and can be used for flowers or for decoration alongside with the urn and other pieces for a harmonious combination in any part of your home.
This vase in Thai shape has a broad mouth with a narrow neck and a tall body, which enhances its elegance. This shape has in various sizes, so they can be used to put a bouquet of flowers.
Elephants design is the freehand drawing with colorful technique from the proficient and gifted artists. Historically, Thai elephants are considered to be very important culturally. There are many elephant references in artworks, literature, and national emblems. Since Thailand is a majority Buddhist country, elephants are portrayed as sacred animals from their special symbolism in the practice of Buddhism. Many artworks in Royal Palaces and temples have drawings/paintings of elephants on their walls. In 1917, Thailand's official flag was a white elephant in the middle of a scarlet background. White elephants in Thai society also represent wealth, power, and long life because of their past association with Royalty. In Thailand, there are animal and planetary zodiac signs. The elephant is the fourth in the animal zodiac.
Asian elephants share a close relationship with Thais, from being used by warriors on battlefields, worshiped as religious icons, and faithful laborers. Today they still hold a large amount of cultural significance in Thailand and are a large part of the locals’ livelihood.