CUSCUTA, a rare botanical Model by Reinhold Brendel (c. 1861–1927)

CUSCUTA, a rare botanical Model by Reinhold Brendel (c. 1861–1927)

EURO 2500

A are CUSCUTA Model made of Gelatine

Dimensions

Height 53 cm

Circa

1900

Country of manufacture

Germany

Description

Nr. 108 CUSCUTA, a rare botanical Model by Reinhold Brendel (c. 1861–1927) 

Berlin circa 1900, this 200X enlarged Cuscuta Model was made of gelatine, which was only used by Brendel to imitate semi-transparent botanical objects. Another similar technique was used by the Blaschka family by using glass. The model comes on its original Brendel turned wood base and description lable. 

Height c. 53 cm.  

 

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