Flight into Egypt: Angels - Christmas card packRegular price £7.00 Save £-7.00
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Edward Burne Jones, Flight into Egypt (left panel), c.1862
Christmas cards featuring a stained glass window design by Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones. Burne-Jones' drawings for the design are held in the collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum. The left panel, a new design for 2021, features a quartet of angels against a dark blue sky.
Christmas cards featuring the right hand panel, with the Holy Family, are also available.
- Pack of 10 cards with envelopes
- Card size: 14 x 14 cm
- Greeting reads: 'Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year'
- Printed in the UK on FSC approved paper
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