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    Album Vilmorin Botanical Prints - Set of 2 - Eat Drink Home

    $149.00  
    More Details Pair of fine art prints with authenticity stamp from “The Vegetable Garden” a midcentury release of famed 19th-C. “Album Vilmorin.” The French Vilmorin-Andrieux et. Cie founded in mid-1700s by Philippe de Vilmorin, a grain/plant merchant, and Pierre Andrieux, Botanist to the King, both contributed enormously to botanical knowledge of their time. 100 years later, Album Vilmorin: Les Plantes Potagères (1850-1895) was published with 46 color plates by 15 trained naturalist painters. Unframed.
  2. XVL

    Album Vilmorin Botanical Prints - Set of 2 - Eat Drink Home

    $149.00  
    More Details Pair of fine art prints with authenticity stamp from "The Vegetable Garden," a midcentury release of famed 19th-c. “Album Vilmorin.” The French Vilmorin-Andrieux et. Cie founded in mid-1700s by Philippe de Vilmorin, a grain/plant merchant, and Pierre Andrieux, Botanist to the King, both contributed enormously to botanical knowledge of their time. 100 years later Album Vilmorin: Les Plantes Potagères (1850-1895) was published with 46 color plates by 15 trained naturalist painters. Unframed.
  3. XVL

    Album Vilmorin Botanical Prints - Set of 2 - Eat Drink Home

    $149.00  
    More Details Pair of fine art prints with authenticity stamp from “The Vegetable Garden” a midcentury release of famed 19th-C. “Album Vilmorin.” The French Vilmorin-Andrieux et. Cie founded in mid-1700s by Philippe de Vilmorin, a grain/plant merchant, and Pierre Andrieux, Botanist to the King, both contributed enormously to botanical knowledge of their time. 100 years later, Album Vilmorin: Les Plantes Potagères (1850-1895) was published with 46 color plates by 15 trained naturalist painters. Unframed.
  4. XVL

    Album Vilmorin Botanical Prints - Set of 2 - Eat Drink Home

    $149.00  
    More Details Pair of fine art prints with authenticity stamp from "The Vegetable Garden" a midcentury release of famed 19th-century "Album Vilmorin." The French Vilmorin-Andrieux et. Cie founded in mid-1700s by Philippe de Vilmorin, a grain/plant merchant, and Pierre Andrieux, Botanist to the King, both contributed enormously to botanical knowledge of their time. 100 years later, Album Vilmorin: Les Plantes Potagères (1850-1895) was published with 46 color plates by 15 trained naturalist painters. Unframed.
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    "Love for Life" Print by Jorgen Hammar - Blink Home Vintique - white/black

    $395.00  
    More Details 2002 "Love for Life" Abstract Print. Engraving on paper in a metal frame with glass covering.Signed and dated. Jorgen Hammar, 2002. Print Size: 8"W x 9.75"H.