1854-1855 Camellia Print in Bespoke Gilt Frame From Verschaffelt (1 of 3)
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1854-1855 Camellia Print in Bespoke Gilt Frame From Verschaffelt

Ref: HEA/Camelia / LA97994

£225

$293 - €258

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Description

The Nouvelle Iconographie des Camellias was published in Ghent, Belgium starting in 1854 for 13 years. It is probably the rarest and greatest camellia catalogue of all, produced for the pioneer camellia nursery run by Ambroise Verschaffelt of the Nursery Verschaffelt family.

Prominent botanists collaborated on many of the seminal works of the day including Verschaffelt Nouvelle Iconographie des Camellias, now a very rare work. The drawings are by Bernard Leon, printed on stone by G. Severeyns with vibrant colouring enhanced by gum arabic.


Measurements

Each print measures approximately 6 1/2 by 10 inches

Declaration

Heatons has clarified that the 1854-1855 Camellia Print in Bespoke Gilt Frame From Verschaffelt (HEA/Camelia / LA97994) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1854 / 1855.

Condition

These all have slight blemishes to the print. They are unopened.

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Delivery

substantially cheaper if collected from Tisbury

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