This gorgeous antique chromolithograph was made in 1910 by the Gray Lithographic Company of New York. It is an outstanding study of creamy white and lavender lilacs. In Victorian times, the white lilac stood for Youthful Innocence, while the purple lilac symbolized The First Emotions of Love...so sweet. (Please note: the text is not on the print, only the internet image.) In the center is an image shaped like a keyhole, where one could put in their advertising or handwritten notes. In today's environment, it could be easily used for favorite photos, arts and crafts, or scrapbook embellishments, such as showcasing announcements, etc. In pristine condition, overall size is 10 x 12.75.
Antique Rose Prints, Paul de Longpre, Catherine Klein, Etiquette and Medical Books, Yard Long
Layaway. Antique Victorian Rose Prints, Yard Long, Etiquette and Medical books. Combined shipping.