Soraya

Soraya

Soraya

Taking inspiration from the pleasure gardens of 18th century, this Snail’s intricate design depicts an array of plants, follies, ponds and half-hidden wonders.

Artist Sarah Arnett’s signature style re-imagines fantastical landscapes informed by her love of botany, the bygone world, and a life enriched with adventure and travel. The meaning of the name Soraya is ‘jewel’, and this exquisite snail was created in memory of Arnett’s dear friend Soraya Cotwal-Ray, who shone so brightly and is so very missed.

Admire the elegant pattern that adorns Soraya as she sparkles like a piece of treasured jewellery, and follow the paths lit by lanterns to reveal a host of exotic creatures.

Designed by: Sarah Arnett

Say hello at: Floral Clock

Sponsored by: Joan and Jerry Cooper

Designed by: Sarah Arnett

Say hello at:
Floral Clock

Sponsored by:
Joan and Jerry Cooper

Taking inspiration from the pleasure gardens of 18th century, this Snail’s intricate design depicts an array of plants, follies, ponds and half-hidden wonders.

Artist Sarah Arnett’s signature style re-imagines fantastical landscapes informed by her love of botany, the bygone world, and a life enriched with adventure and travel. The meaning of the name Soraya is ‘jewel’, and this exquisite snail was created in memory of Arnett’s dear friend Soraya Cotwal-Ray, who shone so brightly and is so very missed.

Admire the elegant pattern that adorns Soraya as she sparkles like a piece of treasured jewellery, and follow the paths lit by lanterns to reveal a host of exotic creatures.

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Soraya

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