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Botanical Press

Regular price $105.00
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An heirloom quality, vintage-style plant press

- Featuring the text 'botanical press' in uppercase font on the front board of the press, bringing focus to the beautiful grain of the wood and patina of the brass.

An art as old as time... flower pressing is a simple, ancient form of preserving plant material that does not require any chemicals or additives.

Immerse yourself in nature and enjoy... gather your favourite flowers, petals, leaves, or whole small plants {with roots attached} when they are fresh and dry and place between thick sheets of smooth card and paper, creating layers.  After several weeks have passed, observe your dried treasures... study them, enjoy them, and be inspired to create your own herbarium or artistic project.

This is a beautiful way to look more closely at your environment and connect with the natural world surrounding you.  Bring this press with you on travels and hiking trails, to nature reserves and parks, or simply to your backyard garden. Use this press to savour a place, a memory, or a moment with a loved one, and the beauty of nature that made it so special.

-  Measures H 21cm x W 15cm x D 2.5cm

- Tasmanian oak with solid brass fixings 

- Includes a generous amount of thick, smooth care, sheets of vintage cream paper, detailed instructions on how to use the press

- International shipping available

Carbon Neutral

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Deborah Y.
Beautiful quality press,

Beautiful quality press, nice size for larger botanicals in my projects

Beautiful botanical press

I absolutely love it. Such a wonderful tools for pressing flowers.
Thank you Elisabeth 🥰


The Botanical Press is stunning! I love that the bottom screws stay in; my son has a press where the screws don’t stay in so when he tries to do it up and lift it the screws come straight out as he moves it around which really annoys him.