Greeting Card 'De Morgan Squirrels and Hares' - V&A

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A greeting card with a delightful illustration of a lemon tree with squirrels and hares. An original design by William De Morgan (1839-1917) for a decorative tile.

Part of the collection that Museums & Galleries dedicated to the archives and original art of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

Features:

Measurements: 125 x 170 mm | Folded in half with envelope | No message inside | Presented in ecological packaging 'Zero Plastic' to reduce the use of plastics.

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