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Flores des Serres, Weigelia, 1845

Trowbridge

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Flores des Serres, Weigelia, 1845

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Excellent
Materials:
ink on paper/wood frame/glass
Size:
16" W x 19" H
Color/Finish:
pink/multi

Why We Love This

Louis van Houtte was a Belgian horticulturist best known for his journal Flore des Serres et des Jardins de l'Europe, with 2000 colored plates in 23 volumes published between 1845 and 1883. These prints come from that work. Each print is presented in a handmade silver leaf églomisé frame made in the 18th-century French tradition. The antique style conservation board matte is acid free to Fine Art Trade Guild standard. Each piece is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
As described by Trowbridge

About Trowbridge

The images which make up Trowbridge Vintage Collections come from Martin Trowbridge’s personal print archive, which he has built up over the past 30 years. Martin is an avid collector of copperplate engravings and has an impressive trove of more than 20,000 images locked away in the vaults at his London gallery.