Bring Forth the Noble - Hand Designed Silk Art, Silk Embroidery

Silk embroidery art was invented in China over 2,500 years ago. This high quality silk art is created using embroidery techniques developed from the world famous Suzhou style of silk embroidery. Each piece contains over 100,000 stitches on average.

Rare red lotuses rise bright and blushing from shadowy stalks in this expressive embroidery. It is accompanied by the proverb, "wind refreshes the pond to bring forth the noble", signifying the winds of new consciousness that inspire virtue.

Also known as the "Gentleman of Flowers", the symbolism of the lotus--pure despite its muddy surroundings--is elegantly captured in this meaningful, calligraphy-inspired piece.

Product Details:
- Hand designed silk embroidered art
- Frame: 30" x 20", Mat Opening: 24" x 14"
- Premium solid wood frame, black matte finish
- High-clarity glass
- Bevel-cut raised white mat
- Soft-mount option

Copyright/Photo Credit Art of Silk LLC

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