Horse chestnuts - these look fabulous on a Dickensian street market brasier, being roasted and sold!
Great for interesting shape and textures. Evocative of ye-olde England - put them in baskets or display on Market Stalls, Apothecary Shop, Victorian Botanical Collectors, Spell Ingredients. On strings for Witch Doctors' Jewellery, Offerings & Talisman.
Sold per bag of approx 25
3-4 cm Diameter
In Britain and Ireland, the seeds are used for the popular children's game conkers. During the First World War, there was a campaign to ask for everyone (including children) to collect the seeds and donate them to the government who chose to ask for conkers to avoid causing starvation by depleting food sources. But conkers were found to be a poor source of nutrition, however, they were collected again in the Second World War for the same reason.
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