Apple of Peru Cube
A delicate net of lace-like veins formed from the calyx that gently wrapped and protected the fruit. The genus name, “Nicandra," is taken from the Grecian poet Nicander of Colophon, known for his works on poison. The stem and calyx turn black in places, and the leaves develop small black thorns.
Use Light Base or other illumination to light up from the bottom or put in front of a dark background to admire the flawless form.
Delicacy with a solid core
Polyester resin / dried flower
Size and weight
1.6in W × 1.6in D × 1.6in H / 74g