An adjustable flower holder for creating floral arrangements, comprising two interconnected circular grid-like structures, the upper one being slightly domed. Made from 'Crystal Clear' injection moulded polystyrene, circa 1950s. It has a rubber sucker at the base with which to hold the object in place. An extension pillar was used to hold the two halves further apart if required. Complete with illustrated box and instruction sheet. This item forms part of the Plastics Historical Society (PHS) collection.