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Mushrooms, Vintage Book Page Art Print

Amanita muscaria, commonly known as the fly agaric or fly Amanita. Although generally considered poisonous, deaths are extremely rare, and it has been consumed as a food in parts of Europe, Asia, and North America after parboiling in water. Third image is a photo of the mushroom.

This old page was salvaged from a tattered dictionary. I've altered and printed this wonderful late 1800's fly Amanita mushroom artwork onto the golden-aged page. Voila, it’s beautiful, original and affordable artwork with vintage charm and exquisite color.

Best in person. It seems impossible to capture the pages toasty warm patina from age, and the delightful details of the artwork for the web view.

SIZED for a standard 8x10 mat with an opening for a 5x7 print. The single image with mat shows how the artwork fits inside this mat opening.

Mat not included. Mat is available and listed separately: http://www.etsy.com/shop/FauxKiss?section_id=7346465 .

Each vintage book page printed with artwork is an original work of art because no two pages of this book are the same. The print you receive will be on a different page and from the same book.

SHIPPING amount is for the first print. Multiple prints on your order have no additional shipping cost. Amount includes $1.66 for packaging materials; archival clear bag, protective acid-free paper, rigid corrugated pads, and special mailer. All this is to ensure a sweet, safe trip to your home!

Thanks for looking!

Mushroom Print



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: vintage book page, ink
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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