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Model of Dock flower

Made by Auzoux, Louis, 1885.
Two botanical models of flower and grain of dock. Square black wooden base. Metal pin supporting bright green stem, textured towards pedicel. gree calyx with 3 sepals and three, oval-shaped petals, with dark green veining, gathered inwards around 3 styles with featheres filaments protruding horizontally and 6 light brown stamen, with anthers gathered at centre. The 'Sepale' is hinged to allow removal of a petal.
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