Through the ages people have used different materials to make artificial flowers. The Egyptians used painted linen and shavings of stained horn the Chinese used rice-paper, the Romans gold and silver. Silkworm cocoons were used in Italy while the South Americans used the plumage of highly colored birds. Modern methods include nylon netting stretched over wire frames, carved or formed soap, ground clay and mass produced injection plastic moldings.
The French originally learnt the art of artificial flower production from the Italians. During the 18th century, the French honed their art and towards the end of that century the Parisian manufacturers enjoyed a world-wide reputation. The of manufacturing Artificial flowers was introduced into England by the French refugees around the same time, and soon it spread to America as well. The modern Artificial Flower industry is now a highly specialized one employing specialised processes.
Plastic flower production is a very specialised art wherein mass manufactured injection moldings are used. The plastic is injected into a customised metal dies and identical flowers are mass produced.
Brand Name: FENGRISE
Size : About 80 cm
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