19th Century Rose Trainer Heads

An appealing pair of 19th century wirework rose trainer heads.

Climbing roses don't simply grow into attractive displays by themselves - they need training! Rose trainers like these were used to tame these otherwise rogue flowers, and to encourage thme to produce more blooms.

These unusually shaped round trainers could be used for this purpose again - although we imagine them fixed to a garden wall to provide support for a climbing plant such as ivy.

French, 1890s

Height:10cm; Diameter:110cm

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