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These Wood Flowers or “tree ears” are modernist sculptures designed by nature. They grow wild on branches of mature trees in Guatemala, and are harvested from 4 species native to the country’s Pacific coastline.
Before reaching you, these wood flowers are scrubbed free of moss and lichens and the bark is peeled off. They're then left to dry in the sun for a few weeks.
Make a statement with just one or create a conversation with a group of wood flowers.
Please note: Wood flowers are unique. Sizing is approximate. (You can't measure nature.)
La Casa is Guatemala’s largest exporter of handmade goods, employing up to 1,000 people during the year — working as part of a family collective, as independent artisans or as a member of a cooperative. (Read more)
Material of wood flowers: Wood
Dimensions: approx. 6 - 10''H x 4 - 6''W
PRODUCT CODE: 83115580
- wood flower
Each flower was unique and I’m glad I ordered three! Two are similar in shape, but one is darker wood than the other and one doesn’t stand up. I can try to fix that, but I wish it was even on the bottom and that all three were completely different in shape. That said, I won’t return them because they are beautiful.
The most beautiful sculpture
I love the Wood Flower! This very unique natural sculpture now adorns my desk and makes me happy every time I look at it. It would make a wonderful gift for a nature loving friend.
Adorable!!! On my coffee table with my other beautiful natural finds
Love these!! SO unusual. Love buying from Bloomist, everything we bought was just as pictured, great quality, so happy to have found them, they will be my new go-to when shopping for home and gifts.
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I purchased three of these wood flowers - two for myself and one for a friend. All three are different, but they are all equally beautiful and definitely make a statement. They really are like works of art.
I purchased as a gift, but….
I purchased a wood flower as a gift, but once I opened the box to see the object I decided it wasn’t ‘wow’ enough to give as a gift. If it had been a little bigger and flowery-er, then it would have been perfect. But, "You can't measure nature.” I kept it for myself, and it sits nicely on a shelf in my home.