Irises In Bloom

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IRISES IN BLOOM
Charming landscape of blue and white patterned flowers of Irises.
The Iris is named after the messenger of the Gods and the rainbow linking earth with other worlds.
The flag iris is supposed to have saved the life of sixth century Frankish king Clovis
who saw flag irises growing in the Rhine River
and so knew it would be shallow enough to cross and thus escape his enemy.
Irises have been grown in Japan, China, Siberia, and almost the entire temperate world.

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Museum quality materials are used to create this Giclee print signed and numbered.
A colorful art preview will be e-mailed within 24 hours of your order.

Giclee print on Artist Paper:

Large size (24″X28″): $200
Classic size (20″X24″): $150
Small size (14″X18″): $100

Giclee print on Artist Canvas:

Large size (24″X28″): $300
Classic size (20″X24″): $200

Personalize your ketubah vows (names, dates, location, verses & more): $50
Combination of 2 different texts: $80
Your composed vows: $100
Multi languages: $200
Available without personalization.

Special offer for canvas prints:
A fine hand painted brush touch adding sheer and luminosity to your ketubah art work: $100