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A vintage book page printed with a quote from Alice in Wonderland and framed using eco-friendly wood.

"sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast"

Any fan of Alice in Wonderland would love this great quotation. A great gift for a book-lover, or perhaps even a new baby girl called Alice!

This is one of the smallest books in my library and the piece measures approx 11cm x 18cm (approx 4 x 7 inches). These dimensions can vary depending on the availability of particular books. There is approx 0.3cm of black frame showing around the page, and the frame is 3cm deep.

The lovely old book pages are framed in ethically sourced wood and gift wrapped in a beautiful old road map. The quotation is printed using a hand drawn font made exclusively for Bookishly, and the original book pages make each one unique.

There is no glass in these hand-made black block frames, so you can feel the lovely old page. The lightweight frames are put together by a family firm in Northamptonshire. They stand up by themselves so are great for bookshelves, or hang flush to the wall. The books are sourced from local charity shops and second hand book dealers.

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Alice in Wonderland Quote on framed vintage book page - six impossible things

$39.25 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: recycled book, paper, wood
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Kettering, United Kingdom
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