JUN-32 Trogons Perched On Branch R
These blue-eyed Trogons nibble holes in trees to place their nests. The red-breasted male is serene yet watchful in this beautiful piece. It's a unique treasure, stunningly hand-colored by the wonderful Elizabeth Gould under the direction of John Gould, with background by William Morris, a pioneer of the late-19th century Arts and Crafts movement. Edges are knife edge finished and an invisible zipper is located at the bottom of each pillow. Inserts are stuffed with feather and down. Covers are removable and machine washable in cold gentle cycle. Hang dry or tumble dry in low heat and warm iron if necessary.
Art printed on front and back
Size: 20" X 20"
Invisible zipper at bottom
Down and feather stuffing
Care: Machine washable cover in cold gentle cycle, hang dry