Eiffel Tower Paris Dictionary Art Print
This print features an antique illustration of the famous Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel Tower is a notable structure in Paris, France. The plans for the Paris exposition of 1889 included a monstrous iron tower, to be raised on the Champs-de-Mars, 1,000 feet high. The designer, Gustave Eiffel, constructed it of iron lattice-work, with three sets of elevators giving access to the summit. This illustration is from "Everybody's Cyclopedia" published in 1912.
This is an amazing image printed on an upcycled vintage dictionary page. We rescue old dictionaries and books from thrift stores and other sources and give them new life by printing vintage, heirloom, old-world style images onto their pages. You will be purchasing a unique and beautiful print.
Our pages are approximately 7.75 x 10.75 inches. Size may vary slightly.
No two prints are alike because each is printed on a unique dictionary page. Each page is unique.
YOU WILL RECEIVE A PRINT ONLY. NO FRAME OR MAT IS INCLUDED.
Our prints make awesome gifts, and you can feel good that you're giving a gift that is a recycled environmentally friendly product.
We ship in a flat, rigid mailer, and the print will be in a protective plastic sleeve.