An absolutely perfect stem of false Queen Anne's Lace pressed under glass over printed antique 1700's French Ephemera. The stunning flower
has been framed with a stained barn wood picture frame.
We embellished the frame with a ginger brass crown at the top and a ginger brass feather at the bottom to add a natural elegance to the already elegant beautiful lacy flower.
The frame has an easel back so it can be used on a table or hung on the wall.
False Queen Anne's Lace (scientific name Ammi Majus) is also known as Bishop's Weed, Lady's Lace, Bullwort or Laceflower. It belongs to the same carrot family that True Queen Anne's Lace belongs to and is often confused with the same because of the similarity between the two species.
We love this pressed flower so much we are doing a series of pressed flora to compliment.
Size: Height 8.75" x Width 6.75" x Depth 1"
Weight: 14 ounces
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