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The page measures approximately 14cm x 20cm (approximately 5.5 inches x 8 inches). There is approximately 0.3cm of black frame showing around the page, and the frame is 3cm deep.
The black wooden block frame is handmade in Northamptonshire using wood sourced from sustainably managed forests. The frame has no glass so you can feel the lovely old page. It hangs flush to the wall or can stand on its own, making it perfect for a bookshelf.
A work of vintage book art featuring a line from Daphne du Maurier's "Rebecca", "Come and see us if you feel like it, life is too short to send out invitations." The typographical art is printed onto a page from a vintage copy of the book itself.
Any fan of the book will love this wonderful little book art print sitting on their bookshelf.
Those of you that are particularly observant will notice that the book in the picture is not actually "Rebecca" although the quote printed on it is! Rest assured that the piece you will receive WILL be printed on 'Rebecca' and the measurements given here are accurate.
The page is taken from an old b-format paperback so the piece measures approximately 14cm x 20cm (about 5.5 inches x 8 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. I search old book shops and charity shops for pre-loved books to use in my art.
Your framed print will arrive gift wrapped using a page from a beautiful old road atlas.
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