+ 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
8.5″ x 12″ | edition of 50
12″ x 17″ | edition of 500
17″ x 24″ | edition of 500
24″ x 34″ | edition of 150
The Chrysanthemum gets its name from the Ancient Greek words ‘chrysos’ which means gold, and ‘anthemon,’ which means flower. They were first cultivated in China as a flowering herb as far back as 15th century BC. It was later grown in Japan during the Edo period, and was a favorite of the monarchy, becoming the Imperial Seal of Japan. To this day, the Chrysanthemum, with its numerous its profusion of tiny, colorful petals, is the centerpiece of many East Asia festivals.
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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.