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Brighten up any room with this amazing handmade mirror! Meticulous, thin strips of rattan are curved into outlines of delicate flower petals forming a mandala around the border of this unique piece. To some, the patterns also looks like the iris of an eye but the design tends to bring to mind lotuses and sacred geometrical patterns that are symbolic of growth, creation, spiritual awakening and enlightenment. Along with being incredibly beautiful, flower mandalas also represent compassion, beauty and love.
The natural beige tone of this mirror fits nicely with many décor styles including feminine, boho, beachy, zen, exotic, worldly and eclectic vibes while imbuing any indoor space with nature and beauty. It can be used functionally as a unique mirror, or hung as creative wall art. May this piece inspire you to deeper introspection and insight!
Rattan is a naturally renewable palm plant and one of the most eco-friendly and sustainable materials being sourced today. It can actually be used in place of wood in many furniture and décor items helping to preserve the world's forests.
Material: Rattan, Glass
Size: 60 cm across
Colour: Natural Beige
Note: The unit shipped may vary slightly from the one shown above as each piece is handwoven.
Read on to discover more about Mandalas, Lotus Flowers and the symbolism found in this piece...
Mandalas are geometric patterns that hold powerful significance in Buddhism as metaphysical representations of the Universe and thereby symbolize wholeness, oneness and continuity, as well as the spiritual path itself. There are countless types of mandalas that are used in ceremonial rituals, sacred art and as an object of focus in meditation. They can be used as a tool to expand one's consciousness, awareness and wisdom, and are believed to transcend both language and the rational mind due to their visual and mathematical universality.
The Lotus Flower is a sacred symbol of Buddhism and Hinduism and has come to embody many meanings including purity, balance, spiritual development and creation itself, imagined as a kind of divine birth or resurrection - human consciousness reaching for awakening and enlightenment each day as the lotus reaches up from mud to re-bloom each day. Lotus flowers are often found in mandala patterns. In general, the more petals there are the higher the vibration the lotus/mandala is said to contain.