How cool and innovative! It is called the Posy Holder and forms part of the beautiful heritage in the Small Collections Room at Palazzo Falson.
It has a vase-shaped and was intended to be a bouquet holder, making it a popular lady’s fashion accessory in the 19th century.
The flower stalks is said to fit in the narrow end and their blossoms fill the open end.
This wonder was posted on the Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum facebook page and it caught our attention.
To hear one of the Museum Hosts Abigail Pace, speaking about how and why this item was used along with a detailed description of it, we adivse you to go on: https://www.facebook.com/48560023285/videos/295943228429103
We feel delighted to see this initiative by the Palazzo as this is part of season one of their series ‘Hidden Details’. This feature forms part of season one of our series ‘Hidden Details’. We are currently releasing our Second Season. Have you been following this series?
Picture: Facebook/ Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum.