The Rembrandt Tulip perfectly encapsulates why ‘Tulip Fever’ gripped the world in the 17th century. At the time, Europe’s extraordinary obsession with tulips imported from the Ottoman Empire, created the ‘dot.com’ bubble of its time. Flower values exploded and a single bulb was worth the same as a luxurious home in Amsterdam. The Rembrandt Tulip, named after the famous Dutch Master who often featured them in his work, is inspired by Semper Augustus, the most expensive tulip of all. Perfectly recreated, our fucshia and white version is presented in a glass vase of seven exquisite blooms. Display on a hall windowsill, a kitchen island or a bedside table, or take advantage of our special offer and display in clusters for added verve and impact.
- Seven tulips arranged in a glass vase in water illusion resin
- Each, overall H19cm, W13cm
- Vase H9cm, W9cm