The hibiscus is the most popular flower in Hawai’i. The yellow hibiscus which is native to the islands, is the official state flower. This is one of the most intricate designs we have created. The difficulty in rendering this piece is achieving the waviness of the flower petals and the detailed lines on the leaves. This design of three hibiscus flowers in a basket consists of at least 40 individual pieces of five different types of wood that are meticulously grouped together.
We offer this design in a large size only. Decorate your home or office with this beautiful wood art during the holidays, special occasions or all year round. Our unique artwork will brighten and complement any space and multiple pieces may be grouped together to create various themes.
*The wood types used for this design vary upon availability and the photos above are examples of the different possible color/wood combinations you may receive. You are welcome to request a particular color and we will always try to accommodate your needs.
Each piece of wood is meticulously hand contoured and carefully assembled to create multi-dimensional artwork. The beauty and uniqueness of our artwork comes strictly from the natural colors and grains of various wood types. No staining or painting is involved, only an oil finish is used to ensure the beauty as the wood ages. Wood burning is used for small details such as the scales of a fish or turtle, etc. Each piece of artwork is stamped on the back with our Le Family logo.
*Please note that this is a one-of-a-kind piece of art. The shape and workmanship are exactly as shown here but because of the different grains and shapes in the exotic woods employed, there will always be some variation in color.
Size + Packaging
Each piece is tied to a backing that fits in a box to ensure safe transporting. The measurements of the options are as follows:
Large – 8” W x 9.25” H x 1.5” D
Care + Instructions
Using a dry soft cloth, rub the surface with a minimal amount of lemon oil to preserve the natural beauty and shine of the wood. This should be done twice a year or as often as you prefer.
For further questions and details, feel free to contact us at anytime and we will be happy to accommodate your needs.