Vermont-based artist Beth Mueller designed this exclusive illustration of nasturtiums cascading from the Courtyard window for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, celebrating the tradition of nasturtiums at Mrs. Gardner's Palace. This spoon rest--both useful and decorative--makes for a lovely addition to any kitchen.
Isabella Stewart Gardner started the tradition of placing colorful displays of Nasturtium vines that cascaded from the courtyard balconies at Fenway. The vines continue to come alive during the week before Easter as the Gardner Museum celebrates the arrival of spring.
Because each piece is hand painted, the flower design may appear slightly different from the picture.
5 inches in length
Handmade in Vermont
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