Elewana 73/18 Vase
Anyone who has ever witnessed elephants in the wild will remember them forever. The same can be said of this Moorcroft design. Their sheer size has been captured in a colossal vase. Nose to trunk, a herd of African elephants circle this prestige vase. On one panel, you are confronted head-on with a lone male striding towards you, his vast tusks darting into the sky like rockets, whilst lifting swirls of dust from under his Jurassic feet.
During the dry season, elephants use their tusks to dig up dry riverbeds and create watering holes from where many animals can drink. In this design, a panel holds a calf wallowing in the waterhole, playfully showering himself. As the calf joins his herd in the third panel on their endless matriarchal march for survival, Elewana, the Swahili word meaning ‘harmony,’ becomes clear as trunks curl, clouds billow above and giant, umbrella acacia trees mimic their form.
- Designer: Kerry Goodwin
- Dimensions: H 46.50 x W 25.00 x D 25.00 cm
- Availability: Sold Out
- Product Width25.00cm
- Product Height46.50cm
- Product Depth25.00cm
- Designer:Kerry Goodwin
- Limited Edition Size:10
- Design Window (Style):Animals / Landscape