This highly decorative 'pomegranate' serving bowl is a creation of renowned Holy Land artist Yair Emanuel.
The delightful design features pomegranates created by hand-painted acrylic colors on paper mache formed from recycled paper. These elements combine the traditional and modern to bring an essence of today's Holy Land to your home.
Width: 8" / 20 cm.
Color: Shades of blue.
King Solomon is said to have designed his crown based on the "crown" of the pomegranate.
Let us go out early to the vine-gardens; let us see if the vine is in bud, if it has put out its young fruit, and the pomegranate is in flower. There I will give you my love. (Song of Songs 7:12)
These 'work of art' Pomegranate' serving bowls are lacquered for protection, can be washed gently by hand and shall keep their colorful design shining for years.
This decorative centerpiece for your dining / kitchen table is not only ornamental but is also fully functional and would make a perfect wedding gift.
Yair Emanuel, a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, lives and works in Jerusalem. Born in Kibbutz Sha'alavim, he grew up in Jerusalem. His style is based upon a fusion of traditional motifs and ancient Jewish manuscripts with modern and Oriental art. Vivid and harmonious colors as well as a mixture of the old and the new characterize Emanuel's work, designed in his Jerusalem studio.
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