Rube Goldberg-type device resembles a solid flowerpot filled with a large red bouquet. May be produced from an apparently empty box, hat, or foulard. 20” high (open). Minor wear to fabric, flowers likely replaced, else very good. Scarce. Schlosser, known for the high quality of his feather flower props and original ideas, manufactured props in a manner all his own. Most of his apparatus is incredibly complex. Even so, his props were owned by many prominent professionals of the “golden age,” among them Houdini, who used two fantastically complex and attractive Schlosser flower growth tricks on his 1925-26 tour.