This creamy, apricot rose is absolutely luxurious and the epitome of femininity. I have named her after the "supremely iconic" character Estella Havisham in Great Expectations who, despite her cold and heartless upbringing was sophisticated, glamorous and sensual. One of the most redeeming lines I have read in a novel is her line at the end of the story, “Suffering has been stronger than all other teaching. . . . I have been bent and broken, but—I hope—into a better shape."
She is equally perfect as a small 8x10 print or a 4' x 5' canvas gallery wrap with a heavy vintage frame. She would suit a little girl's bedroom, a yoga studio, a formal dining room, an office, a boutique hotel room or anything in between.