Immerse yourself in the pure innocence and industrious charm of this Giclee Canvas Print. A captivating scene unfolds, featuring two young boys diligently crafting a wooden scooter. The boy in the crisp white shirt saws with careful concentration, while his companion in the striped tee and khaki shorts hammers away, embodying teamwork and camaraderie. The scattered tools and wood shavings enhance the realism, setting a scene straight out of a nostalgic memory. Adding a touch of whimsy, a curious cat peeks out from a window, observing the boys’ hard work. This artwork is not merely a print, but a beautiful narrative frozen in time, waiting to add warmth and charm to your living space.
- Made to last up to 100 Years without fading or yellowing with age.
- Canvas can be finished and hung without glass. Making it safer for children’s room, as there is nothing to shatter.
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At Caribbean Nostalgia we are committed to providing the best pricing possible to all our customers across the globe. Shipping is calculated by the weight as opposed to per item. This provides you with significant savings when purchasing multiple products.
Caribbean Nostalgia guarantees that each print would be delivered. This means we actively track and monitor each shipment from our factory to your doorstep to assure delivery. If delivery, somehow, is not made we are prepared to send another shipment through an alternative method.
Cherish Frames is the authorised online retailer for the complete Caribbean Arts David Moore Folk Art Collection, as authorised by Clarion Charles Caribbean Arts, co-creators and marketers of the art series. For more details and wholesale inquiries, you may contact Mr. Clarion Charles at (868) 667-3233 or (868) 337-2197.