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Wooden Mosaics Shepherd dog/Dogs Portrait/Elegant Original Art for Living Room/Framed and Ready to Hang/Rare and Valuable Gift/Eco Friendly Materials/Woodins - a Noble Home Decor

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Wooden Mosaics Shepherd dog/Dogs Portrait/Elegant Original Art for Living Room/Framed and Ready to Hang/Rare and Valuable Gift/Eco Friendly Materials/Woodins - a Noble Home Decor
Wooden Mosaics Shepherd dog/Dogs Portrait/Elegant Original Art for Living Room/Framed and Ready to Hang/Rare and Valuable Gift/Eco Friendly Materials/Woodins - a Noble Home Decor
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Work in the technique of marquetry, size with a frame - 25х17 inches (63x43 cm). When creating the work, wenge veneer, paduk, American walnut, sycamore maple, ash, mahogany, gabon, and sweet cherry were used. We accept orders for the manufacture of pet portraits according to your photos. Frame - the colored pine with patina gold. More than 400 single pieces of veneer are combined by artist into a single picture. The surface of picture is covered with eco friendly liof veneer are combined by artist into a single picture. The surface of picture is covered with eco friendly linseed oil and shellac. The finished product required more than 30 hours of artist work. The frame is equipped with suspensions. Customization is possible in the desired sizes. Work without a frame - $ 30 discount. A wonderful and unforgettable gift for people close to you. Such decor does not age and always looks worthy. We have not yet met people indifferent to such a gift. We revive the ancient art of Marquetry and give it a new modern look. Marquetry is an art set of thin wooden plates (veneers) of various colors and textures. Pieces of wood, docking along the edges between each other, form an integral picture, which is then glued to the base. The role of paints in marquetry is played by the texture and shade of the tree, so the most important task is to determine the composition and artistic skill of the master to choose and combine the right veneer fragments. The high cost of the finished product is due primarily to the laborious manufacturing process, requiring up to 90% of manual labor. The process of performing work is quite complicated and involves many related operations. At the same time, assembling the mosaic set itself is only no more than a third of the whole process. The rest is the preparation of the image, refinement and correction of the set, gluing, grinding, finishing with oils and varnish, etc. Many stages are repeated many times to achieve a better result. Only an oil finish followed by a primer and a final shellac finish takes up to 7 days. read more