A pair of gardening themed reprints depicting plants in garden cloches and a series of gardening tools. The originals of these prints were published in the early 1800s by a notable natural history author. Cloches (bell-shaped glass covers which act as mini greenhouses), became particularly popular during the 19th century and were often seen in walled kitchen gardens of country houses.
Each reprint is hand-framed in a gold leaf frame - and mounted in a wheat linen and sage double accent mount.
All our reprint collections are limited in number, hand framed, glazed with Artglass - and originate from antiques specially sourced by Petri Prints.
- External frame size: 24.2 x 31cm
- Hand-framed by specialist British framers.
- Ready to hang.
Conservation, acid-free mounting board - to provide protection to your artwork.
- Printed on a specialist 290 gsm fine art paper, Hahnemühle Hemp - Hemp was an essential part of paper production for centuries, and due to its extremely robust fibres, it has often been used for long-lasting historical documents.
- Glazed with premium anti-reflective Artglass that's used by the finest galleries and museums around the world.