19TH C. FRAMED HUNGARIAN HERBARIUM
Framed botanical specimens from a 19th century Hungarian Herbarium, sold individually.
One of a kind pieces from a collection sourced by our founder Anastasia at a flea market in France many moons ago. Each specimen has been hand-picked, pressed and labelled in hand written calligraphy in both Hungarian and the botanical genus names with roman numerals relating to the number in the collection.
Framed in Italian faux bamboo frame under UV protected glass.
Top row (left to right):
Galeopsis tetrahit (Hemp nettle)
Dianthus armeria (Deptford pink)
Digitalis purpurea (Common foxglove)
Myosotis scorpioides (Forget-me-not)
Bottom row (left to right):
Potentilla reptans (Creeping cinquefoil)
Senecio nemorensis (Alpine ragwort)
Leucanthemum vulgare (Ox-eye daisy)
Spiraea ulmaria (Meadowsweet)
Condition: in good original condition showing signs of wear in keeping with age. Newly framed and preserved under glass in as new condition.
Dimensions: 38.5cm W x 49.5cm H