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Rose Glass Paperweight Kaleidoscope Mandala Frostbitten

Rose Glass Paperweight Kaleidoscope Mandala Frostbitten
 
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Weight 0.95 lbs
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Red Rose Glass Paperweight Kaleidoscope Mandala Frostbitten

Red Rose kaleidoscope mandala photo placed inside a 3 ¾ “across 1” high glass paperweight. Weight 9 oz.

Frozen Red Rose kaleidoscope
The red rose’s most recognized symbolism is love, fidelity and romance. Red roses, as we think of them today, are the traditional symbol for love and romance. The modern red rose we are now familiar with was introduced to Europe from China in the 1800's. However, the meanings associated with them can be traced back many centuries, even to some of the earliest societies. The color red itself evolved from an early primal symbol for life into a metaphor for deep emotion. In Greek and Roman mythology the red rose was closely tied to the goddess of love.
Symmetry is another manifestation of the balance of Yin and Yang, of the unimpeded flow of ch'i.

If you are wondering why I am naming such a romantic flower “Frostbitten, well let me explain! I am a member of the Dirt Road Artists. We had a team challenge of an ode to winter. I like a lot of color and texture so winter is not the time for me to photograph. I thought what could do to take a winter picture. I took this rose and misted it with water outside when it was 20 below zero encasing the rose in ice. I call this design Frostbitten because, well I WAS FROSTBITTEN by the time I was finished photographing this!
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