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Angela’s Tulips in a Green and Gold Vase

£3.25

A selection of local tulips with a stack of seaglass. The flowers, favourites of the Dutch Masters, considered exotic in the 17th and 18th centuries, but now a feature in many English Spring gardens. They are contrasted with glass that has spent an unknown amount of time being tumbled by the North Sea. The contrast is of ephemeral beauty with timeless journeys.

  • Size: 210 x 148mm
  • Supplied with a white envelope, hygienically cello wrapped
  • Blank inside

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Angela’s Tulips in a Green and Gold Vase has a selection of a neighbour’s tulips with a stack of seaglass. The flowers, favourites of the Dutch Masters, considered exotic in the 17th and 18th centuries, but now a feature in many English Spring gardens. They are contrasted with glass that has spent an unknown amount of time being tumbled by the North Sea. The contrast is of ephemeral beauty with timeless journeys.

The card is supplied with a matching white envelope and contained within a sealed, hygienic cello bag. All our cards are printed on sustainable 350gsm board by a printer just five miles from where the photograph is taken. We support local businesses whenever possible.