15.5 x 21.5cm (approx 6 x 8.5 inches).
There is approx 0.3cm of black frame showing around the page, and the frame is 3cm deep.
The black wooden frames are handmade in Northamptonshire using wood sourced from sustainably managed forests. Theres no glass so you can feel the lovely old page.
The frames stand up by themselves or hang flush to the wall. They look great stood on a bookshelf. The old books come from local charity shops and second hand book dealers.
You can also choose to have your book page print(s) completely unframed. Please note the pages are delicate, small, and are not standard frame sizes so if you are going to frame them yourself you will most likely need to have a custom mount/mat made.
A beautiful quote from William Shakespeare printed onto a random page taken from his Complete Works.
"The fault, is not in our stars, but in ourselves."
Yes, before John Green, there was Shakespeare!
The full quote, taken from Julius Caesar, is "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings." It's spoken by Cassius and it is referring to the stars as controllers of destiny. It stresses that one's character controls actions rather than some preordained fate.
A gorgeous and meaningful print for anyone you know with strength of character, hopefully that's a trait your friends and family have in abundance!
The text is printed using Bookishly's hand-drawn font onto a original page taken at random from The Complete Works Of Shakespeare. The lovely old book pages are framed in ethically sourced wood and gift wrapped in a beautiful old road map.
The pages used are slightly smaller than A5 and measure approximately 15.5 x 21.5cm (approx 6 x 8.5 inches).
Ships from Northampton, United Kingdom.
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