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Nayer Kazemi

Nayer Kazemi Water Art Nature Bowl 607, Tabletop Fountain

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Artisan Nayer Kazemi cannot have said it better. Her Water Art Copper Nature Bowl 607 Tabletop Fountain features a flame-finished copper exterior with a spectrum of warm metallic hues in red, green, and gold. The sound is that of water cascading through hand sculpted copper tubes balanced on a slab of natural slate, and dispersing it gently into a shallow pool covering polished black rocks that rest beneath the water's surface.

This fountain, creating the sound reminiscent of a flowing river, is certain to enhance any relaxation or meditation area. Adjust the sound by adding more or less water. Turn this tabletop fountain into a floor fountain instantly with the optional metal stand ordered separately.  Dimensions: 4"H x 17"W

“Water is in the soil, the air.  Water is in every part of nature...seeing, feeling and hearing the sound of water brings peace and tranquility to many aspects of our lives." 

*Your fountain can be made to withstand the outdoor elements upon special request.  Please contact orders@myspashop.com for more information.

  • Recirculating electric pump w/ 5’ cord
  • River rocks
  • Mini slate piece
  • Greenery not included
  • Designed by Artisan Nayer Kazemi
  • Hand-sculpted copper tube
  • A slab of natural slate
  • Flame-finished copper bowl 
  • No plumbing needed - water recirculates through the fountain
  • Adjustable water flow and water sound
  • Electric operated
  • 17” W x 4” H
  • Weight: 16 lbs.
  • Material: Copper and Slate
  • Usage: Indoor (outdoor- upon special request)*
  • Shipping Weight:  approx 17 lbs
  • Shipping Dimensions:  21"x21"x8"

Nayer has pursued her passion for art since childhood. She believes that art should have a positive influence in the world and on our life experiences. She studied in Persia at Tehran University and at California State University, Los Angeles. She also attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.  After her education, she knew with certainty that her medium would be water.

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