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OJ Border, Blue

$95.00
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Est. Arrival: Dec 20 - Dec 25
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DIMENSIONS 15.5" x 12.5"
FINISH black
FRAME DETAILS wood
MADE OF archival giclée print on paper
SKU 76267163
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Dec 20 - Dec 25
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The ability of art to establish a mood cannot be overstated. Well aware of this power, Smith & Co. specializes in artwork that evokes a simpler, less harried time. These elegant, charming prints will not only add warmth and vitality to your decor but will also encourage you to appreciate the beauty of everyday pleasures.
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This intricate print is an archival giclée reproduction of a mid-19th-century image. It is set off in a black wood frame with a diagonal bead design.

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The ability of art to establish a mood cannot be overstated. Well aware of this power, Smith & Co. specializes in artwork that evokes a simpler, less harried time. These elegant, charming prints will not only add warmth and vitality to your decor but will also encourage you to appreciate the beauty of everyday pleasures.
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