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Attractive assortment of three Victorian-era pieces of die-cut ephemera.There is an artist's painting palette--with paints and a rendering of a sailing ship. Printed on heavy card stock. A ladies' fan--printed in gilt ink background. With a lovely "toile" effect depicting a boy and girl on a stone wall. This, too is on a heavy paper.Both the fan and the palette show signs of having been pasted in an album. There is the darkened marks of glue residue, though no paper loss or damage from removal from album.Finally, a horse with bridle and reins. Ears perked up and sensitive, thoughtful eyes with direct gaze. This is an "embossed" piece, printed on a lighter paper. In very good condition for age.For size reference--the horse measures 2.25" x 4.75."Note: I am always happy to combine shipping when you purchase more than one item from the shop. I invite you to peruse my other listings. Bundle and save!International buyers: please contact me for a shipping quote to your specific address!
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My customer is YOU.I ask that you contact me immediately should you have a problem with any piece that you purchase. Within reason, I will do all I can to make it right...pinky promise!
I welcome any and all requests or custom orders. I love to collaborate...Let's make something fun. Together!