Limited edition Phoenix and Myrrh Tree lino print

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£75.00 to £75.00

Price includes UK p&p. If international shipping is available for this piece please select the correct shipping option before adding to basket.

A hand carved and hand printed linocut depicting the Phoenix in a Myrrh tree amidst a starry Moroccan sky.

Available in a beautiful metallic gold on heavyweight black card, the gold shimmers when it catches the light. Also available in rich black on white Somerset and Fabriano papers. Each colour is limited to an edition of 25.

The myth of the Phoenix tells the story of rebirth and resurrection; the creature makes it's nest with fragrant woods, and embalms it's egg in Myrrh, ready to be reborn.

Actual print image size: 20 x 15cm, Black paper size: 42 x 29.6cm, White paper size: 33 x 30cm.

Each print is signed dated and numbered, and arrives in a secure hard backed envelope.

Delivered in 7 days in the UK. Please allow up to 2 weeks for international delivery depending on location.

With UK postage included / Metallic gold on black 
            With shipping to Europe / Metallic gold on black 
            With shipping to USA & Canada / Metallic gold on black 
            Shipping to Rest of the World / Metallic gold on black
With UK postage included / Black on white 
            With shipping to Europe / Black on white 
            With shipping to USA & Canada / Black on white 
            Shipping to Rest of the World / Black on white

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