M/S of a dining room with simplistic decor and furniture; Millicent Rich enters and places a large sea fan on the sideboard. C/U of the fan as commentator talks of the harvest of the sea bed that is finding a place in contemporary design; Millicent is Europe's only woman importer...
Mr. Sutton cannot grow real flowers in his seaside garden so he makes his own out of shells.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for "FLOWERS FROM THE SEA" story in CP 310.
Flowers made from shells by Marguerite May David-Baker in Bovey Tracey, Devon.
Three women make flowers from shells - these are then arranged in spectacular displays.
Groovy "objets d'art" are made from shells, starfish and seahorses.
Study of Sea Horses
Japanese Emperor Hirohito looking for sea shells.