Alexander Parkes' Electroplated Rose
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Origin

Alexander Parkes

Type

Electroplated Golden Rose

Effects

Can transmute objects into a hard resin plastic.

Downsides

If handled with bare hands, it will slowly transmute skin into plastic with each use.

Activation

Handling

Collected by

J. Swanson

Section

Candel-993

Aisle

7462-8445

Shelf

287-28217-3882

Date of Collection

Jan, 13th 1889

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Alexander Parkes (29 December 1813 – 29 June 1890) was a metallurgist and inventor from Birmingham, England. He created Parkesine, the first man-made plastic.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Can transmute objects into a hard resin plastic. If handled with bare hands, it will slowly transmute skin into plastic with each use.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Collected by J. Swanson on Jan, 13th 1889

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