Flowers Prints
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    Set of 6 Flower - Seashell & Insect Prints - Soicher Marin

    $1,195.00  
    More Details Exclusive to One Kings Lane: Each piece in this series of colorful floral studies is printed on archival paper and displayed under glass in a wood frame. Arrives ready to hang.
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    Bunch-flowered Daffodil - 1806 Engraving - Prints with a Past - yellow/green

    $109.00  
    More Details Original 1806 hand-colored engraving of the Bunch-flowered Daffodil (aka the Polyanthus Narcissus), a plant native to Spain and Portugal. From Curtis's Botanical Magazine, the oldest and longest published of the British horticultural journals. Based on an illustration by Sydenham Edwards (1768-1819), one of the most prolific botanical artists in the early 1800s. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original page of accompanying text.
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    Large-flowered Japan Allspice - 1820 - Prints with a Past - multi

    $125.00  
    More Details Original hand-colored botanical engraving of a Large-flowered Japan Allspice (aka Wintersweet), a plant native to China. From an issue of the British horticultural journal "The Botanical Register" from the 1820s. Based on an illustration by the English botanist John Lindley (1799-1865). Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of text.
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    19th-C. Apple & Pear Prints - Set of 2 - Prints with a Past - multi

    $155.00  
    More Details Pair of original lithographs of apples and pears. From a 1870s British guide providing "practical" advice for the gardener on growing fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Shown are Gansel's Bergamot Pear and the Alexander Apple. Each print measures 6"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    Shakespearean Parsley Print - early 1900s - Prints with a Past - artwork: multi; mat: beige with gold lining

    $99.00  
    More Details Original lithograph from a 1906 folio of flowers referenced in the works of William Shakespeare, though portrayed in human form. Based on an illustration by the English artist Walter Crane (1845-1915). Shown is Parsley from "Taming of the Shrew." Conservation matted to a standard-size frame. Image: 6"L x 9"H; overall: 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    Bourbon Palm - 1896 - Prints with a Past - green/brown; mat: beige w/ gold lining

    $125.00  
    More Details Original lithograph from a late-1800s guide to flowers of the garden and greenhouse. Shown is the Bourbon Palm, a tropical palm native to east Asia. Displayed in a standard-size conservation mat. Image: 5.5"L x 8.5"H; overall: 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    Chinese Decorative Designs - Set of 2 - Prints with a Past - multi

    $165.00  
    More Details Pair of original lithographs from the 1860s by Owen Jones (1907-1874), a British architect and designer. Prints show Chinese designs on woven fabrics and wooden boxes, and "conventional renderings of flowers and fruit, painted on porcelain." Each print measures 8"L x 12.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and a copy of Jones' 37 principles on architecture and the decorative arts.
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    Japanese Botanical Studies - Set of 2 - Prints with a Past

    $125.00  
    More Details Pair of lithographs featuring Japanese studies of flowers. From a 1890s English guide for Western artists and designers to understanding Japanese art. Shown are Lilies and Irises. Each print, 8"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text.
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    Mauritius Plantain Tree - 1823 - Prints with a Past - multi

    $125.00  
    More Details Original 1820s hand colored engraving of the Mauritius Plantain Tree (aka the Flowering Banana), a plant native to the Mauritius Island in the Indian Ocean. Print appeared in "The Botanical Register", a British horticultural journal published from 1815 to 1847. It is based on an illustration by M. Hart, a frequent contributor to the journal. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
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    Crimson Passionflower - 1849 - Prints with a Past - red/green: mat: beige w/ gold lining; frame: brown

    $275.00  
    More Details Hand-colored lithograph of the "Crimson Passion-flower" from an 1840s volume of the "Magazine of Botany" published by Sir Joseph Paxton. Based on an illustration by the British artist and lithographer S. Holden, a frequent contributor to the magazine. Displayed in a conservation mat under ultraviolet glass in a brown wood frame. Image: 5.5"L x 8.5"H; overall: 13"L x 17"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original page of text.
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    North American Fern - Polypody - 1878 - Prints with a Past - green/brown

    $105.00  
    More Details Original lithograph from a 1870s folio of flowers native to the United States. Shown is the Hoary Polypody. There is evidence that this variety of ferns was used by the Seminole and Mikasuki tribes for the treatment of chronic health conditions. Based on an illustration by Alois Lunzer (b. 1840), an Austrian-born watercolorist who emigrated to the United States and was known for his botanical work. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original pages ...