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Straight from the garden comes this charming cluster of mint and basil tied with a simple piece of twine. This beautiful print is created from a watercolor painting by Sally Eckman Roberts. Each print is hand signed by Sally. Packaged in a clear bag with backing board. Ready for framing.

Measures: 8.5" x 11" 

Brand: Sally Eckman Roberts

Made in: United States

Fiber Content: Vellum bristol paper (View Fabric Guide)

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Style#: PRINT-HERB-M/B

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