The Royal Guide to Wax Flower Modelling
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The Royal Guide to Wax Flower Modelling

By Emma Peachey
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Table of Contents
  • PEACHEY'S ROYAL GUIDE TO WAX FLOWER MODELLING.
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
  • THE ROYAL GUIDE TO
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
  • PEACHEY'S ROYAL GUIDE TO WAX FLOWER MODELLING.
    • THE ART OF MODELLING FLOWERS IN WAX WAS BROUGHT INTO ENGLAND.
      • THE ADVANTAGE OF WAX MODELLING, OVER OTHER FANCY WORK.
      • MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR WAX FLOWER MODELLING.
      • PURPOSES TO WHICH THE MATERIALS ARE APPLIED.
      • DIRECTIONS FOR MIXING COLOURS.
      • USE OF CURLING PINS AND SCISSORS,
      • THE METHOD OF APPLYING BRUSHES
      • TO CLEANSE THE SCISSORS, PINS, AND MARBLES.
      • EXPLANATION OF BOTANICAL WORDS.
      • HOW TO COPY FROM NATURE.
    • VARIOUS FLOWERS TO BE DESCRIBED.
      • FLORAL LIFE.
      • THE FLOWERING SEASONS.
      • INSTRUCTION HOW TO FORM THE CROCUS.
        • (Crocus Luteus.) Youthfulness.
      • THE SNOWDROP.
        • (Galanthus Nivalis.) Consolation.
      • THE PRIMROSE.
        • (Primula.) Forsaken.
      • VIOLET.
        • (Viola Odorata.) Modesty.
      • PURPLE VIOLETS.
      • ANEMONE.
        • (Anemone Hortensis.) Sickness.
      • TULIP VAN THOL.
        • (Tulipa Præcox.) Declaration of Love.
      • NARCISSUS.
        • Permission.
      • THE JONQUIL
      • THE DAISY.
        • (Bellis Perennis.) Innocence.
      • WALL-FLOWER.
        • Fidelity in misfortune.
      • LILAC RHODODENDRON.
        • Danger.
      • KALMIA.
        • (Latifolia.) Combination.
      • YELLOW JASMINE.
        • (Jasminum Revolutum.) Grace and Elegance.
      • WHITE JASMINE.
        • (Jasminum Officinale.) Amiableness.
      • CAPE JASMINE.
        • (Gardenia.) Sweetness.
      • THE CABBAGE OR PROVENCE ROSE.
        • (Rosa Centifolia.) Beauty.
      • THE MOSS ROSE.
        • Beauty and Love.
      • THE WHITE ROSE.
        • (Rose Alba.) Silence.
      • THE DAMASK ROSE.
        • (Rosa Damascena.) Freshness of Complexion.
      • SWEET-SCENTED TEA ROSE.
        • (Rosa Safrano.) Charming.
      • YELLOW ROSE.
        • (Rosa. Cloth of Gold.) Infidelity.
      • AUSTRIAN BRIAR ROSE.
        • (Rosa Lutea.) Mingled Pleasure and Pain.
      • THE CARNATION.
        • (Dianthus.) Pure Love.
      • MYRTLE.
        • (Myrtus Communis.) Love.
      • HONEYSUCKLE.
        • (Caprifolium.) Devoted Affection.
      • THE FUCHSIA;
        • (Fulgens;) Good taste:
      • THE RED FUCHSIA;
        • (Fuchsia,) Taste:
      • FORGET ME NOT.
        • Forget me not.
      • PINK GERANIUM.
        • (Pelargonium.) Preference.
      • SCARLET GERANIUM.
        • Comforting.
      • MIGNONETTE.
        • (Reseda Odorata.) Unconscious Beauty.
      • ORANGE BLOSSOM.
        • (Citrus.) Chastity.
      • SERINGA.
        • Counterfeit.
      • LILY.
        • (Lilium Candidum.) Purity of heart.
      • THE LILIUM LANCIFOLIUM.
        • Generous heart.
      • WHITE WATER-LILY.
        • (Nymphea Alba.) Eloquence.
      • THE YELLOW WATER-LILY.
        • Retirement.
      • THE BLUE WATER-LILY;
        • Warm affection;
      • DAHLIA.
        • (Dahlia Purpurea.) Instability.
      • THE SALVIA PATENS.
        • Rich and Rare.
      • VARIEGATED CAMELLIA.
        • Unpretending excellence.
      • THE PASSION FLOWER;
        • Belief:
      • LEMON HOLLYHOCK.
        • Persuasion.
      • THE CACTUS.
        • Warmth.
      • GROUPING FLOWERS.
      • WAX FLOWERS, AS ORNAMENTS FOR THE HAIR,
      • INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODELLING FOLIAGE.
      • THE VICTORIA REGIA.
    • EXHIBITION OF WAX FRUITS AND FLOWERS, BY MRS. PEACHEY, ARTISTE TO HER MAJESTY.
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