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12cm x 18cm (approx 5 inches x 7 inches)
There is approx 0.3cm of black frame showing around the page, and the frame is 3cm deep.
Chunky black wooden frames handmade in Northamptonshire using sustainably sourced wood with no glass, specially so you can feel the beautiful classic page.
Free standing frame, also hangs neat to the wall and looks lovely standing on a bookshelf. Pages in these prints are taken from original vintage books.
Country of Origin:
Printed in England
This quote, 'happiness' taken from Jane Austen's Emma is printed directly onto an original page from the book itself. This vintage style print makes a superb gift for those book lovers out there.
Bibliophiles will adore this inspiring Jane Austen quote! Elevating and empowering, it's a reflective daily reminder to direct our own destiny.
This quote reads:
"You must be the best judge of your own happiness."
Whether you're looking for a unique birthday gift or a romantic gesture, this quote print is perfect for that something special.
The quote is printed using a Bookishly's unique hand drawn font and the deliciously vintage book pages are framed in ethically sourced wood and gift wrapped in a classic old road map. The individual book pages in these prints make each one unique.
The pages are sourced in second hand book dealers and local charity shops. This page is taken from a small a-format paperback measures approx 12cm x 18cm (approx 5 inches x 7 inches)
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Ships from Northampton, United Kingdom.
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