Molloy Flower Press

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The Molloy Flower Press is a nod to Georgiana Molloy, a botanist who collected, pressed and mounted various plants from Western Australia during the 1830s. Her passion for seed & specimen collecting helped to highlight Western Australia’s exquisite flora, sending seeds back to London where they were highly coveted by horticulturists & botanists. Today her specimens are archived in Kew Gardens’ herbarium.

Whether your interest in floral specimens is a fancy or developing passion, this flower press will be a beautiful companion as your start on your pressing journey!

Please note, each piece of timber is unique and may appear different to the one pictured

Includes 8 pieces blotting paper & 5 pieces cardboard

  • Dimensions:

    24cm long x 18cm wide x 6cm high

  • Material:

    Oak top, Indian Ink finished pine bottom, cotton straps, brass d-rings & brass shield

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