Reproduction of a famous Tea House in England. Sally Lumen, a young French refugee, arrived in England over 300 years ago. She found work at what is now known as Sally Lumen's House and began to bake a rich round and generous bread now known as the Sally Lumen Bun. Crystal painting creates an extraordinarily dynamic image that immediately pleases the "mind's eye". Using a highly specialized printing process that captures the visible "veins" of an oil paint or watercolor canvass, the image is transferred to a surface that is a mixture of acrylics, medium density fiberboard and construction grade paper to create an "aged wood" like product that works its visual magic on any image that is imprinted on its surface. State of the art, quality assurance checks are applied during every step of each individual process to ensure a luxury quality artwork that truly is quite unlike any other. Crystal painting with shinning appearance implicates lasting charm and expresses dynamic artistic effect more directly. The finish coating is waterproof and moisture proof.
- Made of 70% MDF, 20% lacquer and 10% paper
- Crystal lacquer painting
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