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Vintage

French Herbier

Maison Maison Antiques

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French Herbier
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French Herbier
French Herbier
French Herbier

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
New
Country of Origin:
France, US Framing
Materials:
cardstock/herbs/glass/linen
Size:
14.5" L x 0.5" W x 17.5" H
Color/Finish:
blue/gold/cream

Why We Love This

Vintage herbiers from France, circa 1930s, from a botanical study. The plant is attached to a card with the Latin name. Perfect for the botanist or historian in your home. Great hung in a small grouping. Parchment is slightly discolored; herbs are dried and fragile. Frames and glass are new.
As described by Maison Maison Antiques

About Maison Maison Antiques

Suzanne Duin, ASID, and owner of Maison Maison Antiques, is known for her distinct combinations of hand-selected European antiques and clever reinventions of peculiar objects. The fondness she possesses for the craftsmanship of past centuries leads her to recreate and design matchless pieces with sensible, yet rich details. Her love for antiques and their ability to mingle style and history is what inspired her to open Maison Maison in 1997.