Ferns mid 19th Century antique fern lithographs, framed in fruit wood burl, archival framing. Beautiful, ready to hang as a grouping or as a single piece. Each and every color in the antique lithographs was applied from limestone plates, in a separate and precise process, from the lightest colors to the darkest colors.
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Lowe’s Antique Fern Lithographs Framed in Fruit Burl Wood
This grouping of framed antique fern lithographs were published in England from 1854-1875. I have framed them in double rag mats, that have just the slightest hint of crème, all the matting matches identically. They have been finished off with 99% UV glass. The picture frame molding is a rich fruitwood burl which brings out the colors in the spores in the ferns. They are stunning 3 over 3 over 3. Six look terrific over a sofa hung 3 over 3. They also look lovely flanking doors and windows. Each piece measures 13×16″ and are priced at $160. Each. Phone Anne at 413-245-4197 to discuss your order and space.
Antique Lowe Fern Chromolithographs
Lowe’s antique fern lithographs, produced in England from 1854 to 1875. They are chromolithographs whereas each color was applied with individual key stoned limestone plates with intense colors and great condition. Each print measures @ 5 1/2 x 10″ and are priced at $40. each. Click here to contact us.
Lowe’s chromo-lithographs from 1854-1875.
Each antique print measures 6″ x 9.5″. The colors are intense. The condition is very good and fairly priced at $40. each. The actual color of the paper is slightly less yellow than the following photos reflect.Click here to contact us.
This gallery of antique fern lithographs were published in England from 1854 through 1875. The study included all species of known during that period both common and exotic species. Almost appearing as actual specimens, many people are surprised to find they are not pressed, because they look so real. They were actually produced by an antique printing method known as Chromolithography: chromo meaning color; lithograph meaning printed from limestone. Each and every color seen was applied with its own individual limestone slab which was key stoned just for that color.
Actual Specimens Preserved in Hand Made Adirondack Birch Bark Frames
Our antique prints of ferns were published during the 1800’s and while the depictions almost are modern to look at, yet these old engravings & color lithographs were produced over 100 years ago. Both Eaton & Lowe produced wonderful antique fern lithographs.
We are pleased to offer more stunning antique prints about nature at Anne Hall Antique Prints! We have an in depth selection of woodland and tropical varieties, domestic and exotic, as well.
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