This piece depicts calla lilies created using marquetry. Similar to “Roses”, the lilies’ petals and stems are created using a scorching technique. Calla lilies are native to Africa, and they are symbols of magnificent beauty and the grace of a maiden in flower symbolism. White calla lilies are also symbolic of purity in flower symbolism. The background was created using walnut, the lily petals using kobushi and bigleaf magnolia, and the stems using bigleaf magnolia. A single rin of calla lilies, growing modestly in the center of a portrait frame. This is a piece of marquetry art that won’t call too much attention to itself, no matter where it is displayed.