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This 1837 historic home, once owned by Moxley Sorrell of Civil War fame, is believed to be inhabited by ghosts. Now known as the Sorrell-Weed House, the late afternoon light tints this magnificent Savannah home, nestled between palms, magnolias and live oaks.

This 11" x 14" image is printed on Museo Silver Rag, a lustrous archival paper, using pigmented chroma inks. Each print will be signed by me and shipped in sturdy moisture-resistant packaging.

***CUSTOMIZE YOUR ORDER***
This print is available in these sizes. Convo me to place your custom order.

5 x 7 $15
8 x 10 $20
11 x 14 $27
12 x 18 $35

This print is also available as a photo encaustic. See my Photo Encaustics section for more information and convo me for pricing.

Southern Mystery - Savannah, GA - An original photograph by Melissa Schneider

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: archival paper, pigmented chroma inks
  • Feedback: 10 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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