The Paolo bouquet evokes the open spaces of the countryside crossed by streams. The dominant land of Siena extends to the Tuscan horizon; the capsules and leaves of the lotus flowers together with einkorn wheat evoke the presence of water across the land. The rural tone is enhanced by the elegance of maxi hydrangea and clusters of celosia, in the same palette. The bouquet develops lengthways, and this verticality gives it its special dynamism. Paolo is very suitable for drying, as it is composed of flowers that keep their beauty intact when dried. Inspired by the Arrival of the troops led by Michelotto da Cotignola, the third panel of the triptych The Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello, 1455.

*The flowers in the bouquets may be subject to variations depending on seasonal availability, while guaranteeing you without a doubt the effect suggested in the reference image.

Category: SKU: 170

Additional information


Medium, Large