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This quirky decorative wall decor features a large copper colored snail with a golden shell measuring 4 1/2 inches long. The snail is mounted onto a green repurposed fabric background with a layer of sheer lace over the top. It is framed in an ornate vintage brass frame with a copper finish measuring 10.5 x 13.5 inches.

Did you know snails are one of the earliest known types of animals dating back more than 600 million years ago! You can tell the age of a snail by its shell which grows in a spiral manner every year, and they can live up to 25 years old! Amazing.

The frame has a ring on the back and is ready to hang on your wall and add a touch of whimsy to your room! Due to the nature of handmade art, your piece may have slight variations from the pictures above. Please remember that colors you see may vary because of differences in monitors.

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WASHINGTON STATE RESIDENTS will have sales tax added on to their purchase.

Snail with Golden Shell on Lace - Victorian Framed Object - Wall Art Decor 10x13in

US$70.00
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: brass frame, repurposed, fabric, lace, object, snail
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 81 reviews
  • Favorited by: 84 people