The Bell Cup
The Bell Cup is a dried fruit from India:
We do not know exactly from which tree this fruit comes, probably a tree close to the Bengal quince.
The fruit is hollowed out and when it dries, it leaves a rigid shell that is often used in floral art.
The Bell Cup, a fruit widely used in floral art:
It is often used on stems to embellish bouquets of fresh or dried flowers.
Accumulated in a transparent vase, they have a great effect.
The Bell Cup is really perfect for staging the Tillandsias. Used alone with a plant, it serves as a support or suspension for a sober exotic decoration.
Married with other exotic ones, you can compose more elaborate supports or mobiles for an original and poetic decoration.
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