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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 dimensions of this design can vary very slightly depending on the dictionary I am using at the time.
The black wooden block frames are handmade in Northamptonshire, UK using wood sourced from sustainably managed forests. They stand up by themselves or hang flush to the wall, and look great on a bookshelf. The frames are lightweight and contain no glass so you can feel the lovely old page. I hunt down the books in local charity shops and second hand book dealers.
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Any book lover will recognise this confession - I read past my bedtime printed onto a vintage dictionary page and framed.
Just one more chapter! How many times have you turned up for work in a zombie-like state because the book you were reading last night was just TOO good?!
The page is taken from an old medium school dictionary and measures approximately 14cm x 20cm (approximately 5.5 inches x 8 inches). The dimensions of these dictionaries can vary by a few centimetres sometimes, as getting hold of consistent sizes is quite difficult! Please let me know if you need the exact dimensions of the print you will receive.
An original book page is used each time, making each piece unique to you. The text is printed in a hand drawn font created exclusively for Bookishly. The frames are made using ethically sourced wood and are gift wrapped using a beautiful old road atlas.
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