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Angel's Embrace, sculpted angel by Susan Lordi | Willow Tree

Angel's Embrace

Hold close that which we hold dear
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  • Young girl angel faceless figurine wearing white dress and has black wire wings, holding faceless baby in her arms
  • Back view of brunette girl figurine in white dress with brown wings holding baby
  • Angel figurine with black wire wings  in white holding baby in her arms
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Angel's Embrace

Hold close that which we hold dear
$31.50

Celebrates the birth of a baby or commemorates spiritual milestones such as baptism, first communion, confirmation. Can express comfort and healing.

About this Piece

“This piece can be about the feeling you get from holding a child, or the child can represent something you want to protect ... a person, a memory, a relationship, a dream, a belief. Thus, the sentiment ‘hold close that which we hold dear’ can refer to someone or something tangible — or intangible and ethereal.”—Susan Lordi

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Product Details

  • 5”h hand-painted resin figure with wire wings
  • Standing angel in cream dress with wire wings, holding baby in cream onesie, in arms
  • Packaging box includes enclosure card for gift-giving
  • Dust with soft cloth or soft brush. Avoid water or cleaning solvents

Willow Tree® by Susan Lordi

Susan Lordi's artistic process is rather intuitive; she "sketches" in clay as she conceives, sculpts and carves each piece, always with a focus on gesture that speaks to the universal. By stripping down the essence of emotion to pure form, she opens the interpretation of each piece to the giver and the receiver. This one-of-a-kind approach to product creation makes her pieces truly individual... her hand, and her unique perspective, is evident in each sculpture.

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