EXTREMELY Rare Butterfly Wings Painting KING FAROUK Treasure
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THIS BUTTERFLY WINGS PAINTING IS AN INCREDIBLY RARE TREASURE
IT BELONGED TO KING FAROUK OF EGYPT,
CONDITION OF BUTTERFLY PAINTING: EXCELLENT. SUPERB.
MEASUREMENTS: 21 inches diameter.
DESCRIPTION: Painting is arranged as a circle of circular vignettes'
with Butterlies painted with Butterfliy Wings alternating
between the vignettes, and a central parrot also painted
with butterfly wings. Painting is on mahogany and
protected under glass.
(This painting may be hung on a wall or as a table. It fits onto a base
made of Mimosa or Monkey-Pod Wood. This wood species develops
some thin splits when acclimating to a different type of climate, but it is
strong and sturdy).
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- Fine Art
- Type / Pattern
- Butterfly Painting
- Country of Origin
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- Width: 18 inches
- Height: 28 inches
- Depth: 18 inches
- Weight: 30 pounds
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