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Sugar Skull New Orleans Dish Towel

Sugar Skull New Orleans Dish Towel

Kitchen Towel featuring ever-popular Sugar Skulls with New Orleans across the bottom! •100% cotton •measures approximately 26″ tall and 18″ wide when unfolded Designed in New Orleans!

$14.00

The Wedding Platter by Clementine Hunter

The Wedding Platter by Clementine Hunter

Dimensions: 16" x 11" x 1". Clementine Hunter depicts a wedding on Cane River. Weddings were not only a religious occasion but also a big social event as the waitress serves drinks before the marriage ceremony is complete to get the party going. Clementine Hunter lived and worked on Melrose Plantation, one of the largest cotton farms in Louisiana. Each ceramic is hand-painterd and no two are exactly alike. Each piece has its own distinctive shape whose textured surface allows you to feel the passion in her work. With each piece purchased, a percentage of the proceeds goes back to Clementine Hunter's estate to further promote Clementine Hunter.

$118.00

French Quarter Box Sign

French Quarter Box Sign

Another WhatsNew exclusive Box Sign, listing those oh-so-familiar landmarks, streets, etc. that stir sentiments and make memories! 6" x 15" Black sign with white lettering.

$29.00

Texas Pillow

Texas Pillow

The Lone Star State. This original design celebrates the Country of...we mean State of Texas. It is entirely & amazingly HAND embroidered in beautiful detail on a light tea-color cotton cover that buttons off for cleaning. Accented with black velvet piping - it measures 19 inch x 19 inch square. Polyfill form included.

$159.00

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  • Tour Time at Melrose Plantation Giclee - Clementine Hunter

    Tour Time at Melrose Plantation Giclee - Clementine Hunter

    sku# CH-1800

    $300.00

    Clementine Hunter's Tour Time At Melrose Plantation has volunteers wearing their pretty Calico dresses and giving tours of the historic structures each October. Cotton fields are white waiting harvest, and pecans rain down in the huge orchards there. A self-taught contemporary American artist, she gained international acclaim with a career of painting starting in her 50's and ending with her death in 1988 at the age of 101. Her works can be seen in the Smithsonian Institution, The American Folk Art Museum, and many other museums and private collections around the world. Limited Edition of 200. Dimensions: 24" x 16" x 1.5" Features of Giclee Art on Canvas: Museum Quality Artist Grade 100% Cotton Canvas Archival Quality Inks Last a Lifetime

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