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A beautiful robin gocco printed onto a vintage book page, the perfect gift for a bird lover.
Each robin is screen printed on a unique vintage book page from books dating back to 1933 and then hand coloured with ink to give the robin his bright red, distinctive breast.
The robin is traditionally associated with Christmas but this delicate print is beautiful enough to be displayed on your wall all year round.
Handmade from upcycled vintage book pages taken from books that were previously damaged, we never put a healthy book down. Pages may be discoloured or slightly marked from age and handling but we think this adds to the charm of each unique print.
Each print is unique as the vintage page it is printed on, but has a title at the top of the page "Why Birds Sing" (1933)
Screen printed on vintage book pages using riso gocco ink and hand coloured using Windsor and Newton red ink.
Why Birds Sing Dimensions
Free UK Shipping on all prints. We Post first class in a sturdy hard backed envelope and all prints are wrapped in cellophane with a white card backing for extra protection from the elements.
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This item will be posted to you by Feltmeupdesigns within 3 days of receiving payment.
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