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Berries & Cherries c.1886 Framed Prints

Berries & Cherries c.1886 Framed Prints

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This beautifully detailed collection of berry and cherry illustrations references a hand-coloured series American Pomological studies. Perfect for adding interest to any tastefully furnished room either individually or as a gallery wall of four, they’ve been digitally remastered to bring their vibrant green and red colours and details back to life.

These charming fern illustrations are printed using archival grade methods for the finest quality and durability, and finish them by mounting them in a frame made from sustainable wood ready to hang. Each and every element is hand cut, printed and assembled in Britain to create pictures of distinction with minimal carbon footprint. 

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England

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I might not be an art connoisseur, but you really don't have to appreciate these spectacular works of art. If you love plants, you'll love these. Printed using the highest quality technology and mounted in hand-crafted premium frames. These will look stunning in any home, allowing you to enjoy the beauty of the botanical world all year round.

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