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Each Book Boat sculpture is designed using recycled books including its covers, pages from within and other found papers. Sails are recycled vintage maps of England. Individually unique one of a kind sculptural piece. Ready to ship. Beautifully packaged.

Free-standing and lightweight, perfect to display on a shelf or desk top!

Details
Materials:
Hull: Vintage book cover /Sails: Vintage Map
/ Boom: wood collage paper
Colour: Mustard
Size (All sizes are approx)
Height: from bottom of boat to tip of boom : 27cms (11 inches)
Width of sails across widest point: 22cm (9 inches)
Boat Hull: from stern to bow: 17cm (7 inches)
Please note: Books, other items are photo props and not included
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SHIPPING
This item ships from: United Kingdom. Your order will be dispatched 1-3 days after cleared payment*

DELIVERY
Once on its way:

-UK to UK mainland: Approx 1-3 days*
-International: Approx 4-10 days*

Price includes tracking number and insurance*
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Book Boat with Vintage Map Paper Sails - Recycled books and papers

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