These wooden flowers grow on the volcanic slopes in Guatemala. The Mayan people called them "roses of hell" because they were the only flowers which grew in the "lower world" and were able to escape to the beautiful, sunlit, upper slopes of the inactive volcanoes. They are cast in biodegradable, eco-friendly stone composite containing no resin from original specimens collected by local Mayan natives.
Overall 14"L x 9.5"W x 6"H (5.7 lbs)
Wipe with damp cloth