Quiver Tree #2
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Known as Choje to the indigenous San people, the Quiver Tree gets its English common name from the San people's practice of hollowing out the tubular branches to form quivers for their arrows.
A tall, branching species of succulent plant, indigenous to Southern Africa, specifically in the Northern Cape province of South Africa, and parts of Southern Namibia. Throughout much of its range, this species is in decline due to climate change.
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.
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