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Group of Potted Paper Flowers on Bench

Status: Available Price: $59.00
Description:
Fantastic grouping of potted flowers on a bench. Artist made, all out of hand cut paper. The bench is made from cardboard and the legs of the bench are also card individually cut and attached. There are altogether 5 individual pots, each with different types of flowers all hand made from paper. These are truly beautifully done, all very delicate and fine. Some of the flowers are layers upon layers of colored paper attached to covered wire stems. The pots were created by layering cut paper on top of itself, very cleverly. I have never come across this type of artwork before. One inch scale. The bench is low and the overall length is 3". The highest point, on the red flowers on the left side, is approximately 2 3/8". Very nice condition. Artist made, I believe in the 1970's.

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