It is a gold craftwork created by world famous Taiwanese artisan’s craftsmanship, and 12 constellations are engraved with 24K gold on it. Like the stars that beautifully cover the night sky, splendidly glittering 12 constellations magnificently displays your space.
‘Mother-of-pearl butterfly’ LUCELL that represents the pattern of butterfly symbolizing luck and fortune from ancient time with luxurious mother-of-pearl, has the meaning that 18 butterflies bring luck into a safe.
Gogh painted “Cafe Terrace at Night” for three days without sleep. Due to a quarrel with Gauguin, he cut his ear andpainted “Cafe Terrace at Night” with madness, so that it feels more plaintive and even peaceful. Probably this “Cafe Terrace at Night” was the shelter of life for him to take a rest.
The cooperation between Eagle Safes and globally renowned Marvel has developed a series of exciting products which will be put on sale exclusively in Eagle Safes.
There are selected Marvel motives which are integrated into our products including Spider-man, Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Thor ….
One of his representative works, which gives a feeling as if one watches a scene of a performance from a special seat
above the stage, since it was painted in a composition that looks down from the above, that gives a climax of ballet.
1876~1877 _ Paris, France, Musee’D’orsay
“LUCELL mother-of-pearl of grid pattern” is lacquer-ware technique using the best mother-of-pearl bearing mysterious light, and it is the work gorgeously harmonizing tradition and modern by representing the grid pattern of Korean traditional motif modernly.
This work was painted by Van Gogh, while he was suffering from pain in a mental hospital, Saint-Remy, France in 1889. After entering the hospital, he produced two masterpieces during the first two weeks, one was the painting of lilac and the other was <Iris> of iris flower.
Kiss, one of the works of which picture form was vivid colors and sensual sense world, which was the highlight of his ‘gold period’ works, of which characteristic was the tendency that splendid geometric pattern ornaments prevail the people on the screen.
“All I had to do was to open the window. Then the blue air of the sky, love and flower came in with her. She, who
dressed in all white or all black, always followed my painting and became the great center image of my art.”
1938~1939_Georges Pompidou Center