Stomach & duodenum gold filigree on purple
This stomach is based on an 1889 illustration titled ‘Inside of the stomach, front view, showing the folds (or rugae) of the mucous membrane’ from Roger Sherman Tracy’s ‘The Outlines of Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene. Being an Edition of The Essentials of Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene, Rev. to Conform to the Legislation Making the Effects of Alcohol and Other Narcotics upon the Human System a Mandatory Study in Public Schools.’
The stomach and duodenum are 5.75 inches wide, stitched by hand on 8x10 inch 100% cotton watercolour paper, which means that it will pop right into any commercial frame in that size, and be ready to hang on your wall.
Materials: Nepalese paper and cotton floss on cotton paper.