2nd. The Rites of May small altar cloth in Cornstalk, one-of-a-kind
$ 50.00 was $ 75.00
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This listing is for a 2nd altar cloth, meaning it has a slight imperfection such as a printing flaw, linen flaw, or dye anomaly.
Add a touch of magical elegance to your sacred space with a one-of-a-kind altar cloth from Poison Apple Printshop! These signature altar cloths start as vintage linens that are then hand dyed in small batches and screen printed with the printshop's original artwork, transforming each cloth from a drab, forgotten remnant into a unique and functional work of art. The antique origins of these linens paired with their handmade evolution ensure each cloth is one-of-a-kind and carries a nostalgic, old-world energy. Compliment your magical workings with one of these special works of art, use them for resting your rare books, or hang them on the wall to be admired. These unique altar cloths are the perfect addition to any altar, tarot spread, vanity, or sacred space!
The Rites of May is original artwork by Adrienne Rozzi based on the traditions and lore of the Celtic fire festival of Beltane.
- Dyed and screen printed by hand.
- ‘Cornstalk’ is a hand dyed color of pale fallen leaves and sun-bleached corn fields at Autumn's end.
- Antique linen featuring beautiful floral embroidery in pink, green, and tan with lace trim.
- Screen printed with black ink.
- Measures approximately 10.25" x 17" (inches)
** This linen is a 2nd because it has a few signs of wear to the linen which can be seen in the last four photos. These imperfections are taken into consideration when the price is set.
Care instructions: Hand wash cold. Lay flat to dry. Iron on linen setting from back side of cloth.
NOTE: Linens are hand selected with special attention to quality and uniqueness, ensuring each is in good vintage condition with very little, to no signs of wear. Any distress or wear is taken into consideration when the price is set. There may be variations in the dye patterns of each cloth. These anomalies are to be embraced as part of the cloth's handmade nature.
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