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Nymphaea

Nymphaea

In Greek mythology, Nymphaea (water lilies) are seen as feminine spirits that inhabit fresh water. 
The dried and pressed Nymphaea specimens used in our range come from South African research herbariums, which conduct research on keeping our natural resources sustainable.

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Monkey Bay Nymphaea PanelMonkey Bay Nymphaea Panel
Monkey Bay Nymphaea Panel Sale priceFrom R 3,895.00

1 color available

Kafue Panel
Kafue Panel Sale priceFrom R 3,895.00

1 color available

Protea Panel
Protea Panel Sale priceFrom R 3,895.00

1 color available

Gobegau Cushion, Embroidered
Gobegau Cushion, Embroidered Sale priceR 1,795.00
Mopipi Cushion, Embroidered and DippedMopipi Cushion, Embroidered and Dipped
Gravelotte Cushion, Printed
Gravelotte Cushion, Printed Sale priceR 1,395.00

1 color available

Kafue Cushion, Printed
Kafue Cushion, Printed Sale priceR 1,395.00

1 color available

Thamalakane Rust Cushion, Printed

1 color available

Mopipi Green Cushion, Printed
Mopipi Green Cushion, Printed Sale priceR 1,395.00

1 color available

Lumi Cushion, Embroidered and Dipped
Rubber Applique CushionRubber Applique Cushion
Rubber Applique Cushion Sale priceFrom R 1,695.00

9 colors available

Okavango Cushion, Embroidered and Dipped
Okavango Green Embroidered CushionOkavango Green Embroidered Cushion

1 color available

Sambandou Cushion, Embroidered and Dipped
Mopipi Lilac Cushion, Printed
Mopipi Lilac Cushion, Printed Sale priceR 1,295.00

1 color available

Thamalakane Green Cushion, Printed

1 color available

Thamalakane Plum Cushion, Printed

1 color available

Mopipi Guest TowelMopipi Guest Towel
Mopipi Guest Towel Sale priceR 495.00
Jacquarded Okavango Throw, Green
Jacquarded Okavango Throw, Green Sale priceFrom R 4,495.00
Nymphaea

Nymphaea

In Greek mythology, Nymphaea (water lilies) are seen as feminine spirits that inhabit fresh water. Over time, different cultures formed their own unique beliefs about the Nymphaea species. Egyptians believed they create unity and symbolise the circle of life. In Asia the plant represents universality, in Buddhism enlightenment and in Hinduism it is seen as a symbol of purity. Lilies grow in mud, but create a pure flower without blemishes.
We realised that their freshwater habitats are threatened. Fresh water is becoming more limited year after year, with reserves now standing at about 1%. We need to become more conscientious of how we use one of our most valuable resources.
The dried and pressed Nymphaea specimens used in our range come from South African research herbariums, which conduct research on keeping our natural resources sustainable.
The colours of the preserved Nymphaea specimens change over the years. As they change so should we in the way we use water, one of our scarcest resources.