Van Gogh Almond Blossom Glass Bottle
This incredibly unique Van Gogh Almond Blossom reusable glass bottle is decorated with officially licensed art from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.
Features Van Gogh's iconic Almond Blossom painting.
This bottle is meant to be used on an everyday basis, as both a refillable beverage serving vessel as well as a gorgeously artistic centerpiece at any dining table.
Art is viewed through the liquid contents with which you choose to fill the bottle as well as on the back of the bottle.
22-karat liquid gold frame and lettering.
Hand wash only.
History of Almond Blossom: In January 1890, Van Gogh’s brother Theo named his newborn son Vincent after his godfather and uncle, Vincent Van Gogh. As a gift for the new arrival, Vincent painted a picture of one of his favorite subjects, large branches of blossom against a blue sky. The artist drew his inspiration for the well-defined contouring and positioning of the tree in the picture plane from Japanese prints. Vincent Van Gogh Almond Blossom exquisitely conveys the concepts of hope and a fresh start: Van Gogh chose the branches of the almond tree as a symbol of young life, for the almond is one of the earliest trees to blossom, heralding spring in February.
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