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Cast Iron Metal Teapot Kitchen Trivet Sunflower Decor Chef Foodie Housewarming Wedding Gift 1

Cast Iron Metal Teapot Kitchen Trivet Sunflower Decor Chef Foodie Housewarming Wedding Gift 1
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SKU SKUTRIVET261
Weight 1.80 lbs
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Brand Melbe Creations
manufacturer Melbe Creations
Our price: $38.00
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Cast Iron trivet ceramic metal teapot trivet kitchen decor table decor sunflower decor for kitchen art kitchen utensils adored with my sunflower sacred geometry boho mandala design.

Looking for decor for your kitchen? My cookware trivet kitchen accessories make a unique cooking gift, sunflower gifts, bridal shower gift, wedding gift, foodie gift, chef gift, housewarming gift and a for a gift for nature lover. It can be used as a spoon rest, table centerpiece. Make truly special and use your own image and sentiment. All you need to do is send me a message with your image and sentiment.

A mesmerizing mandala kaleidoscope design printed on a 4 ¼ x 4 ¼ decorative ceramic tile with acrylic protective coating.

There are three choices in frames:

Cast Iron Handle Frame - a 4 ¼ x 4 ¼ decorative ceramic tile with acrylic protective coating. The outer trivet frame is made of black cast iron. The bottom of the trivet has four legs with rubber protective pads. The overall dimensions of the trivet are 9 x 5 ½ approximately 1 inch high.

Cast Iron Teapot Frame - a 4 ¼ x 4 ¼ decorative ceramic tile with acrylic protective coating. The outer trivet frame is made of cast iron. The bottom of the trivet has four legs with rubber protective pads. The overall dimensions of the trivet are 5 - 5/16 x 7 approximately 1 inch high.

Black Iron Square frame - a 4 ¼ x 4 ¼ decorative ceramic tile with acrylic protective coating. The outer trivet frame is made of black iron. The overall dimensions of the trivet are 7x7 approximately 1 inch high.

The sunflower is the Greek symbol of Clytie, a water nymph, who turns into a sunflower after grieving over the loss of her love, Apollo. Clytie, now in the form of a sunflower, is always facing the sun, looking for Apollo's chariot to return in the hope she is reunited with her love. In Chinese symbolism, the sunflower represents long life, good luck and is considered very auspicious. It's yellow color signifies vitality and intelligence as well as happiness. Sunflowers also symbolize adoration, loyalty and longevity. Symmetry is another manifestation of the balance of Yin and Yang, of the unimpeded flow of ch'i


I have over 150 designs to chose from please feel free to custom request any of my designs in a product. Visit the link below to view my on-line gallery.

http://www.kaleidoscopephotoart.com/photo_gallery.php

My designs start with one of my photographs. I am compelled to immortalize and transform Mother Nature’s awesome creations into images of mesmerizing symmetry through kaleidoscope photo art.

I take photos that have varying texture, shapes and colors, digitally crop different angles and reassemble the crops together to create a seamless kaleidoscope photo. One photo can create numerous kaleidoscopes because each cut creates a different geometrical pattern. The finished product can create a pattern that is difficult to recognize the original photo or can enhance the subject of the original photo. This is all done freehand! This is not a result of an automatic program. Automatic programs will distort the subject. My process is unique as it allows me to isolate my subject and kaleidoscope everything else around it. Why you ask? Why turn my photography into kaleidoscope designs? Good question....the only explanation I have is this is what I see...it is simply my twisted imagination!

Oh yes one other thing.....if you run across a math teacher from Michigan...please oh please don’t tell him or her what I am doing. He or she might be one of my former teachers. If they knew what I was doing I would not live it down...you see...I HATE MATH! I pouted, cried and whined all through school about math...and what I do is basic geometry. I would never hear the end of “I told you so” or “See I knew if you set your mind to it you would learn math”. Let’s keep this my little secret!