Framed illustration of an Edwin Landseer RA painting “The Lady and Spaniels” circa 19th century.
The gorgeous girl is Ellen Power, who was the niece of Lady Blessington and the original painting was presented as a gift to the King of Belgians.
Super heavy piece
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Lillian is an interior designer with a passion for digging for unique objects. More than often, pre-loved items are tossed away because they aren't trendy anymore... not on her watch! Every item is carefully selected; it once brought beauty and joy? It surely still can! Being a nostalgic person, Lillian is certain that every item deserves a second chance. All of the essentials for the haunted modern home available here.