Wingspan Wall Art

Wingspan Wall Art

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Superb symmetry showcases both top and underside of turquoise, black and gold wings in perfect entomological reproduction. Split between two adjacent copper and black frames.



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Handcrafted.
Made in the USA.
  • Giclee print in wooden copper and black frame. Two split frames make up this set.

Care

Dust with a soft, dry cloth.

Dimensions

Overall: 38" x 25"; Each frame: 19" x 25"

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