Camel Thorn #1

Lead time 2 to 3 weeks
R 9,950.00
Size :
R 9,950.00
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Vachellia erioloba, also known as the giraffe thorn, mokala tree, or Kameeldoring in Afrikaans, still more commonly known as Acacia erioloba. Its preferred habitat is the deep dry sandy soils in parts of South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Namibia.
This image captured in Central Namibia, also shows a large spectacular community nest built by the Sociable Weaver (Philetairus socius), a rarity among birds. This is a protected tree species in South Africa.

Limited to 50 editions per size

'Green Shield' Raw Canvas, with shadow frame - pigment print on 100% cotton canvas. Stretched over an artist's wooden stretcher frame. Finished in a 50mm deep steel shadow frame, no glass with a matt finish.

'GREEN SHIELD' is our unique invisible formula; that repels water & releases general household dirt.

Steel shadow-frame options - 'Fero-grain' black or pearlescent brass

Each artwork is supplied with a certificate of authenticity - signed, dated, and editioned.

Delivered in reliable and secure packaging.


We will accept returns within 7 working days after the item has been received. We will refund you in full, although you will be liable for the cost of returning the item. Unfortunately custom made-to-order items may not be returned unless of course they are faulty. Refunds are only done after the goods are returned and inspected.

Faulty or defective products may be returned, refunded or exchanged within 6 weeks of delivery. We will not accept, repair or exchange products which are damaged as a result of fair wear and tear, misuse, failure to use in accordance with our care instructions, abnormal use, or failure to take reasonable care. All returns must be returned in their original packing and we strongly recommended you retain your proof of dispatch, as we cannot accept responsibility for parcels lost in transit.

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