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Ornamental Panels, S/6

W.King Ambler, Inc.

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Ornamental Panels, S/6

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Artist:

Owen Jones

Dimensions:

23 3/4"H x 23 1/4"W

Frame details:

matte black flat with inner bevel

Set of 6
Materials:

giclée prints on fine art paper/fine art ink

Why We Love This

This set of six fine art giclée prints was taken from the original chromolithograph featured in The Grammar of Ornament by Owen Jones and published by Day and Sons, London, ca. 1856. Each is matted with 3 1/2" x 3 3/4" antique white mat, and framed with a 3/4" flat profile with beveled lip and matte black finish.

Why We Love This

This set of six fine art giclée prints was taken from the original chromolithograph featured in The Grammar of Ornament by Owen Jones and published by Day and Sons, London, ca. 1856. Each is matted with 3 1/2" x 3 3/4" antique white mat, and framed with a 3/4" flat profile with beveled lip and matte black finish.