Dagger & Sheath Print
Originally drawn in the 19th century, this dagger and sheath are based off pieces by a metalwork prodigy from Spain. The intricate patterns, a result of inlaying different metals into one another is known as Damascene.
I’ve never owned a dagger but if I did I’d definitely want it to be this one. I wonder if it came with a cape and a fancy pair of leather boots?
See the corresponding pistols print here. They make quite the pair.
— This is a fine art giclée print made using archival inks, not a cheap poster!
— Lindsey Foard uses museum quality, fine art matte paper that is ultra smooth and acid free. It produces deep, rich tones and clarity of color that is truly magnificent!
— Lindsey does not use a fulfillment house, she prints everything in her own studio, herself, using techniques and a process she spent years developing to ensure each print is created to the highest of standards.
— Due to the antiquarian nature of these prints, they do not always conform to standard paper sizes. This means some images will have a slightly larger white border on two sides to allow the image to fit without cropping.
— Product photos with frames and/or mats are for display purposes only and are not included.
— These prints are sized to fit “off the shelf” standard retail frames.
— Please note some colors may differ slightly due to various monitor and printer settings.
— Made with lots of love in Los Angeles, CA, USA.