This beautiful, unique set of reprints (originally dated 1888), depict various spices viewed under a microscope: White mustard, cloves, allspice, black mustard, cinnamon and black pepper berry. Interestingly, the microscopist who developed these spice studies, predicted that fingerprints would be used in criminal convictions.
The prints are framed and mounted in a playful variety of colours, and are available as singles, multiples or as a whole set.
Please note, these are reproduction prints, not the originals. All our reproductions originate from antiques carefully sourced by Petri Prints.
- External frame size: 26.4 x 34 cm (approx.)
- Hand-framed by specialist British framers.
- Ready to hang.
- White-worn pine frame with chamfered edge and coloured top. Paired with a coloured mount.
- Conversation, acid-free mounting board - to provide protection to your artwork.
- Printed on heavy weight, museum grade fine art paper (310gsm). This has a matt, smooth finish that allows for brilliant contrast, colour and crisp detail.
- Specialist UV protective styrene glaze, that's anti-reflective and allows for sharp viewing.