+ Limited-edition, exclusive to Underlyn
+ Museum quality, archival inks; 310 GSM 100% cotton rag fine art paper
+ Numbered certificate of authenticity included
+ Gorgeous handmade wood frame, if chosen
+ Acid-free mat (if you want one!)
+ Kraft paper backing and hanging hardware
12″ x 8.5″ | edition of 50
17″ x 12″ | edition of 500
24″ x 17″ | edition of 250
34″ x 24″ | edition of 150
The royal sigil of the Kingdom of Mysore in medieval South India, the golden two-headed eagle sailed the wind on the kingdom’s banner. It rode the tide of the fierce Wodeyar army, emblazoned across the king’s armor and the flanks of his mighty war elephants. A symbol of strength and a harbinger of great fortune and prosperity, this ancient emblem is used even to this day in the lands once ruled by the Wodeyar dynasty, the descendants of those great statesmen, warriors and kings.
Note: As our prints and frames are custom made to order, according to your specifications, all our limited-edition art prints (framed or unframed) are final sale and non-returnable.