Skull Art Canvas Framed Print
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An important symbol used in Day of the Dead celebrations is a simple or elaborately crafted skull, sometimes using artwork, sugar or poetry to embellish them. This particular skull, a calavera, is drawn by our in-house artist and framed in black. Up close, it is alive with elaborate details that respectfully bring it authenticity.
- 25" square
- Alder wood frame.
- Black painted finish.
- Dimensions & Care
- Inkjet-printed image on canvas.
- Frame backed with D-rings for wall mounting.
- Plexiglas front.
- Print Size: 23.75" square
- Clean Plexiglas with a soft damp cloth.
- Wipe frame with a soft dry cloth.
- Shipping & Return Info
Please allow approximately 2 weeks for delivery.
This is a general shipping item. This item will ship directly from the manufacturer and is not eligible for rush shipping.
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