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Flower on Stake

Flower on Stake

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The word “flower” comes from the Old French flor or flour, which in turns comes from the Latin “flos” or “flor-”.  It comes originally from the Latin name of the Italian goddess of flowers, Flora.  In modern French, the word for “flower” is fleur.  In Spanish and Portuguese, the word for flower is flor, essentially unchanged from the ancient Latin.  The German word for flower is Blume, which is pronounced nearly the same as the English word “bloom”.  The Old English word for “flower” was blōstma, which has evolved into our modern word “blossom” — which is a synonym for “flower”. So we can say “flower”, “bloom”, or “blossom”, and it all means the same thing. 

These flowers (or blooms) are beautiful in their rustic simplicity.  They can be used singularly placed in a pot plant, or grab a bunch a make a fantastic display (as shown).  The style of these flowers will compliment any décor.

Width: 110mm
Height: 460mm
Thickness: 1mm


Made in WA from Australian steel.

Note: Our art is made from raw finish steel and may have sharp edges.
Items may differ slightly from images.


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