A set of five abstracted curly Japanese willow branches, made in Chicago of recycled red bronze.
In Japanese gardens, curly willows symbolize feminine power and grace. These candlesticks were originally created for a Japanese-American restaurant in Mississippi personified by Anna Mae, a play on the homonym Anime/Anna Mae. The restaurant at the Beau Rivage Resort Hotel in Biloxi, Mississippi was destroyed
by Hurricane Katrina.
The candle stick forms were hand carved in maple, cast in recycled red bronze, hand polished and bathed in acid and flames. .
Five Different Pieces
6½" to 13¼" in height
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