The Complete Book of Flower Arrangement : A Practical Step-by Step Guide to Australian Floristry

By: Gregory Milner

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Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Viking - O'Neil, 1993. Usual library marks and wear. 130 pages with colour illustrations. A revised edition of The Art of Flower Arrangement. Discusses all aspects of flower arranging: materials and equipment needed; the use of colour; the symbolism of flowers; all types of arrangements, from quick and easy through to elaborate and spectacular designs; competition work; and arrangements for special occasions. Includes a section on modern and European flower arrangements.. Soft Cover. Good (minus). 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Ex-Library.

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