Amber seed

Am´ber seed`

    (ăm´bẽr sēd`)
1.Seed of the Hibiscus abelmoschus, somewhat resembling millet, brought from Egypt and the West Indies, and having a flavor like that of musk; musk seed.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Notes: Lotus, freesia, cyclamen, rose water, fresh peonies, carnation, white lilies, precious woods, osmanthus, amber seed, musk
Murray Feiss focuses on total outdoor collections, including very oversized pieces such as this regal-looking amber seeded glass wall mount.
They added nearly 50 new styles, including casual designs in wrought iron and crackle glass, a nostalgic collection finished in a new bronze base married to an amber seeded glass shade, and many new fashion finishes.