"Of A Feather" Box Art

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"Of A Feather" Box Art

Box Xy: 38 'Of A Feather' - A Box for Joseph C V.2

A converted pine and plywood bathroom cabinet sourced from the Frome Flea Market and developed into a homage to Joseph Cornell and the literary collection 'A Convergence of Birds'.

Can be displayed on a shelf or mounted to a wall.
Price £245.00
Quantity

SKU RL02
Artist Robert Lee
Dimensions 36cm (w) x 15cm (d) x 43.5cm (h)
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