A more historical definition of the ampersand is that it's a conflation of the phrase "and per se and", meaning "and [the symbol which] by itself [is] and". The Scots and Scottish English name for & is epershand, derived from "et per se and", with the same meaning.
This is just a great piece to put in your reading nook, library or home office. It's also a great gift item for that special literary person in your life. Or perfect for a wedding or engagement photo.
Hand cut from Southern pine plywood and finished with antiquing glaze over acrylic paint.
Features a hole in the back, ready for hanging.
Height: 10 inches
Length: 11 inches
Available in color of your choice, 16 colors in all
This sample shown in Oyster White
This item is ready to ship as seen here. If you want a different color or size leave me a note when you order and allow an additional 2-5 days to ship.
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