BLACK FRAME - BOTANY IX
The poetry and vintage European style of herbaria from XVIth century.
These botanical-style frames evoke the first herbariums, built up over time, they were essential material for typification and botanical studies.
John Falconer is probably the first Briton to use the method of drying plants to make herbariums around the middle of the 16th century.
Extremely difficult to find originals today, but these reproductions will bring an organic and natural touch to your decor. Plus having the unique look of an antique at a fraction of the price.
Hang them together for a gallery wall look or anywhere you'd like to showcase.
*** 16 styles: sold individually
Reproduction with wooden frame and glass
Dimensions: 11-3/4"W x 15-3/4"H
Material: Raw wood and paper