Vintage Early 1900's Framed Postcard Picture
This is a one of a kind 1910 vintage picture that will surely bring joy to you, or anyone you might give it to. I take great pride in making each one of these special pictures myself by gathering vintage postcards greeting cards from the early to mid 1900's then pairing them with an upcycled 5x7 frame.
The frames are painted lightly distressed, then the cards are bedazzled then surrounded with color coordinated mattes assembled by hand. In doing this, I am creating a new product out of old recycled items. These adorable little pictures all have their very own tale to tell. Most of the postcards that I work with come from the first decade of the 1900's were handwritten with pens dipped in an ink bottle and then delivered via the Pony Express!!!
So now, over a 100 years later, this has been hand crafted to enhance what was truly a genuine piece of art for your home! Here's to hoping that some home finds a place for this unique picture to be shared cherished for years to come!!! The handcrafted 5x7 frame has captured the beauty of the vintage art of this antique bedazzled postcard under glass for many years of preservation. The perfect gift for that special someone!!!! Notice that the print is of a pink Hyacinth flower.
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