Whether it's a passionate dance or a soft kiss, this figurine plays music as well as reminds you of your shared love will always be near with a simple glance at this timeless piece.
The hand-painted base elevates the figure while it turns beautifully to the classic Pachelbel's "Canon in D Major" that many brides select for their ceremony. As it turns, one can see different interpretations of this figure's pose. “I carved this piece so that it could be viewed ‘in the round’. You get a different understanding depending on how you turn the piece. If you view from the side where you can see the man and woman's arms around each other, it looks like they're kissing. If you turn it and view it from where you can see their faces and clasped hands, it looks like they're dancing — and it's a totally different piece. I like this duality of interpretation.” –Susan Lordi