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VINTAGE Madcap Cottage
19th-C. Heraldic Prints, S/2
$489.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR red, black, beige; frame, white
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 14" L x 17.5" W x 1" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE IN England
MADE OF print on paper; frame, wood/glass
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 03 - Jul 06
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon are the dynamic duo behind North Carolina- and New York-based interior design firm Madcap Cottage. Known for their whimsical use of color and pattern, the Madcap gents scour the world for eclectic finds that capture their unique and gimlet-eyed viewpoint. They run their firm, an ever-changing design laboratory, from a former pharmacy in the heart of High Point, North Carolina, the hub for American decorative arts.
Why we love this
Set of late-19th-century black-and-white prints of various English coats of arms. New white-painted wood frames with red and white archival matting. Hanging wire included. Each dated 1871.
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