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Model of Chrysanthemum flower

Model of a Crown Daisy. The model is of a white flower with a yellow centre and a green stem. It opens to show a cross section of the inside of the plant and has a detachable petal.

16 petals, white, 190mm long, 70 mm wide. Each petal with two depressions from centre to three tips. Centre of flower is yellow with black detailing, and fading to darker orange at edge. Base of each petal support fork-shaped yellow anther. Each anther is supported by star-shaped orange piece. Articulated. Metal hook on one side of calyx. Calyx is green with slightly raised sepals moulded and outlined in white. Green stem supportted by unaupported metal pin.
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