World Nautical? Globe Map Palm Tree Framed Print, Maxine Collins, Prelude Floral For Sale
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Here is a beautiful Framed PRINT representing Nautical? World Maps Globes on the background and a Palm Tree in an urn at the front. It must have something botanical since the collection is named "Prelude Floral" as written at the back of the frame.
"1 in a series of 2" is also written at the back.It was originally a Collage made by Maxine Collins, which has been photographed and then, beautifully printed, according to what is explained at the back.The distribution and probably framing have been made by Target in 2001, but I don't know when the original collage was made exactly. However, I made researches about this English artist. She is difficult to find, but she seems to be contemporary.The mat color is off-white/ivory, with teeny tiny blueish dots all over the paper (impossible to see on photos and barely visible in person, unless you put your nose on it)
The frame has a dark wood color.
The print itself has an overall vintage tea color.Condition: Some edges of the frame are slightly worn and the brown paper at the back is a little damaged (see photos). The print itself, the framing mat and the glass are in perfect condition. The glass seems a tiny bit smaller than the frame, so it slightly moves from left to right (and vice versa) inside of the frame when shaken, but it is not visible, I just noticed that when I moved the frame. There is probably a way to fix this, if wished, it is not mandatory since we don't see any flaw.This is a beautiful item, perfect for men as for women, with a very Vintage English Club feeling.Size of the Frame: 12 1/8" wide x 13" long x 3/4" thick
Size of the Mat opening: 7 1/2" x 5 3/4"Combined shipping is of course welcome. <div style="text-align:center"><a style="text-decoration:none" border="0"></a></div>
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