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Approximately 12cm x 18cm (approx 5 inches x 7 inches). There is approximately 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.
"but indeed I would rather have nothing but tea".
Vintage book art featuring this quote from the Jane Austen classic.
Using a bespoke hand drawn font, exclusive to Bookishly, this quote is printed onto an original vintage book page from Mansfield Park, and makes the perfect gift for all the tea lovers out there.
The upcycled book page is taken from a small a-format paperback and the piece measures approximately 12cm x 18cm (5 inches x 7 inches). There is approximately 0.3cm of black frame showing around the page, and the frame is 3cm deep.
The quotation is printed using Bookishly's exclusive hand drawn font. An original book page is used each time, making each piece unique to you. The books are hunted down in charity shops and second hand book dealers.
The frame is handmade in England by a local family business using ethically sourced wood. The black wooden block frame has no glass so you can feel the lovely old page. The frame hangs flush to the wall or can stand on its own, making it perfect for a bookshelf.
Your framed print will arrive gift wrapped using a page from a beautiful old road atlas.
Ships from Northampton, United Kingdom.
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