Virgin and Child with St Anne(Illuminated letter C)

Virgin and Child with St Anne(Illuminated letter C)

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Pack of 10 luxury Christmas cards embossed with gold foil, with premium red envelopes. Each card features a beautifully illuminated letter C with an illustrations of the Virgin and Child with St Anne. The image is taken from the manuscript collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum.

Product details:

  • Greeting reads: 'Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year'
  • Card size 16x16 cm 
  • Printed in the UK on carbon balanced materials.

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Print on Demand

Our prints are produced to demand and are shipped separately by our printing partner. They are currently only available within the UK.

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