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first toast personalized art

by Alexander Doll $300.00 - 500.00

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 12/8/2014.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact custom@uncommongoods.com with any questions.

Holiday Cut Off: Place your order by 12/12/2014 and approve the proof for the order by 12/14/2014 to guarantee delivery by Christmas.

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  • the story

Cheers!

Raise a glass to a one-of-a-kind couple and the unforgettable day they made their bond official. Chicago-based artist Alexander Doll set scenes of wedded bliss in the context of a classic print announcement that is as stunningly unique as it is timeless. This nostalgic print hearkens back to the nuptial announcements of yesteryear with its sharp, sanserif typography, and hand-sketched illustrations featuring the bride and groom's hands suspended as they accept their best man or maid of honor's toast. Alexander incorporates personal details, such as the venue, city, date, and the couple's names to give each print a warm, personal touch. A sophisticated way to fete an unforgettable occasion, this inspired gift captures the couple's version of their fairytale while giving them a stylish and whimsical work of art to remember the thrill of the day with every passing glance. Printed on archival paper using archival pigment ink in Ohio.

  • details
Item ID
21410
Made from
archival pigment ink, archival paper, eucalyptus grandis wood
Measurements
Small: Print: 24" H x 18" W Framed: 27" H x 21" W; Large: Print: 36" H x 24" W Framed: 42" H x 30" W
Notes
Arrives ready to hang in a matte black frame made from a wood called Eucalyptus grandis sourced from Brazil.
  • the maker

Alexander Doll

Not one to give an impersonal place setting or set of towels, Alexander looked for something more original to give his friends as a wedding gift. Already a successful commercial artist, Alexander decided to create something himself, something that his friends would cherish forever -- and so the Custom Alexander was born. It started out as a gift, a piece of personalized art to commemorate their special day; it turned into thriving business.

As more people saw these creative gifts, the requests started flooding in. Much to Alexander's surprise, future brides wanted to display their own Custom Alexander at their wedding for their family and friends to enjoy.

Today, the collection has grown to include a children's collection and a diverse array of products. Now, you can have your own Custom Alexander Doll print. collection

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