Two ‘Broken’ Tulips - Greeting card
Greeting card - Two 'broken' tulips by Nicolas Robert. One white and dark pink, with petals almost closed, the other yellow and red, with petals falling open. From the Broughton collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum, brought to you by CuratingCambridge.com

Two ‘Broken’ Tulips - Greeting card

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Nicolas Robert, Two 'Broken' Tulips A popular card from our bestselling range of tulip products inspired by the botanical art of Nicolas Robert (1614 - 1685). The tulips are 'broken' as the result of a virus which creates streaks of different colours on the petals; such flowers were in high demand during the Dutch 'tulip mania' of the 17th century.

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Product details:
  • Standard greeting card
  • 16.8 x 12.2 cm
  • Blank inside, cello bagged with envelope
  • Printed in the UK using carbon balanced materials
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