5" x 7" Framed image
"In the colonial era, only the poor, indentured servants, and prisoners ate lobsters because they were cheap, considered “tasteless”. After prisoners in one Massachusetts town got sick of eating them all the time, a new rule said they only had to eat them three times a week."
Entertain and educate your guests; show this piece on the wall of a common area. A perfect gift for those who appreciate nature. One of a set of 6 in the collection. Collect them all!
WHAT'S INCLUDED: 1 framed image w/ sawtooth hanger (nail/screw not included)
WOOD AND COLOR VARIATIONS: Wood is a natural resource; therefore, this product may vary in color, texture, and grain. Wood characteristics naturally occurring such as variations in color, grain, mineral streaks, pinholes and knots are not considered defects. Color variations in the product are also a natural occurrence due to species, region of growth, age, etc.
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Maple: Wood thickness - 1/4 inch
Image: Medium-density fibreboard (MDF)
Cherry, Mahogany, or Walnut.
Wood thickness - 1/8 inch
SIZE & WEIGHT
7.0"H x 5.0"W x 0.375"D
Total weight - 5.5oz
Our framed items are sealed and protected with a non-toxic, hypoallergenic protectant. To clean the item, wipe with a damp cloth, and leave to air dry.
24 to 48 hours