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This beautifully framed hand-crafted display of hearts, each made from a genuine piece of vintage map, is a striking way to capture your family’s or friend's memories.

Choose 16 of the places dearest to your heart and our designers will search the archives to find original vintage maps of the areas you suggest, arranging them according to their individual colours and textures into a unique home accessory.

Set in a hand-made limed-wood frame, the vintage map hearts also make a thoughtful personalised gift for someone special. If there’s a particular order you’d like them set in, just let us know in the ‘additional notes’ box.

One featured location per heart.


50x50cm unframed $520

55x55 cm framed $620 (please ask for a custom listing if you require your piece framed)

A perfect anniversary, new home, or wedding gift. Just tell me the location you want on your heart - wherever it is in the world and I will rummage in my vintage map collection for you. The maps often show natural folds and also age spots and markings that paper develops over years. The map pieces are all of varying ages & scales.

The maps are hand cut into the shape of a heart & are then mounted on textured watercolour paper 0.3cm proud. They arranged in the best order according to the colours and textures in the maps and NOT IN SEQUENCE

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amelia coward

sixteen vintage map hearts - Unframed

$520.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Material: maps
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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