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Dahlia Trinket Dish

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The Dahlia Collection captures a sense of romance, intricacy, and opulence. In the Victorian era, Dahlias were given as a symbol of love and devotion. In certain pieces, Michael has chosen to contrast the radiant golden blooms against black granite and enameled stainless steel, evoking a mysterious sensuality. When found in nature, the petals’ perfect symmetry and spiraling pattern embody the Golden Ratio.

“When you hold a Dahlia in your hand, it is like seeing the whole universe. Each interconnected petal, perfectly imperfect and in harmony with the next, comes together to create something magnificent.” - M.

DETAILS
  • 9"L x  8" W x 2.5" H 
MATERIALS
  • Black Kadappa
  • Natural Brass

• Hand wash with gentle detergent, dry immediately
with soft cloth
• Avoid any detergent with lemon or other acidic agents
• Do not soak, even in plain water, or leave unwashed
overnight
• To reduce staining, use Mineral Oil to condition the
stone surface

Michael is highly inspired by his surroundings and often makes sculptures of objects that might otherwise be overlooked in the everyday. Nature is his biggest muse, as is the handmade process.

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If your Michael Aram selection does not entirely meet your satisfaction, we will gladly exchange or refund your purchase, exclusive of delivery charges and any discounts applied, within 30 days from the date of delivery.

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“There is a tremendous reflection of our own humanity in handmade objects When you make things by hand, somehow that energy, that tension, that passion, all gets absorbed into the object Objects are powerful They trace history, trace our passage through time, they capture memories for generations” ~ M. 

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