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Handmade Vintage Science Pull Down Chart Reproduction.

This handmade canvas wall hanging features a reproduction of a vintage botanical print. The original art is from a German educational plate, from the 19th Century. It has been scanned in, cropped, and retouched to ensure the highest quality reproduction possible. It is then printed with archival ink on beautiful textured canvas with dark stained wood trim. One of the best features of this print is that it is ready to hang, no framing needed (just a nail or hook). One of the best features of this print is that it is ready to hand, no framing needed (just a nail or hook).

Overall size is about 14" x 18" (not including canvas ribbon hanger)

These handmade wall hangings are inspired by my love of vintage nature inspired pull down charts. I love the simple, natural, and rustic appeal they have, and also, who doesn't love a piece of art that is ready to hang with no framing!

Archival ink & canvas.

Prints ship in a sturdy shipping tube to ensure art is in pristine condition when you receive it.

Custom wood trim colors also available

*******DON'T SEE THE SIZE YOU WANT????*************
Email me with your size request and i will send you a quote. All prints are available for custom sizes.

Medium Vintage Botanical Olive Tree Pull Down Chart Reproduction. Vintage Science Plate Print Educational Botany Diagram Poster - CP220CV

$45.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ink, canvas, wood
  • Ships worldwide from Texas, United States
  • Feedback: 479 reviews
  • Favorited by: 164 people