This unique piece is part of a collection that aims to celebrate natural beauty. Designed by Cristina Torrecilla and materialised by Juan Carlos Quijano and Carlos Merino, artisans and masters of the art of metal and casting, it is inspired by the flower petals painted by different artists, especially some of the most renowned still life painters in Spanish art: Juan van der Hamen, Tomás Hiepes and Juan de Arellano.
"Petals of the Prado" bracelet
Bronze. 6.5 cm in diameter. Handmade in Spain.
The ends of this exquisite bracelet, designed exclusively by Cristina Torrecilla, are inspired by some of the flowers painted by the great artists who, for two hundred years, have contributed to making the Museum one of the richest in the world.
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