Xi Shi Framed Print


I bet you all didn't think I could come up with someone for X. But, trust me, it was difficult. Named one of the Four Greatest Beauties of Ancient China, Xi Shi was more than just a beautiful woman. She was also a spy, according to the legend, and no one knows what eventually happened to her. But she was also called "the one who sinks fishes," because she was so charming, that when she would look into the river, the fish would forget how to swim. 

Printed on archival and acid-free lustre Kodak ENDURA Premier Paper with archival, pigment-based inks, the 8x8 print comes in a 1.25’’ solid wood frame with a 2’’ white mat. The full size of the frame is 14x14 inches, and it has paper backing with sawtooth hanger. The frame comes in three shades; natural wood, white or black.

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