Pair of Antique French Prints

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A pair of quirky antique French prints from the 1800s. One features a man sitting on a chair holding a caterpillar and the words, 'C'est une chenille, ei quelle chenille' or "It is a caterpillar, and what caterpillar!" The second print showcases a priest throwing down a book with the words, 'Il lance au Sacristain le tome épouvantable' or "He launches the terrible Sacristain volume". These two quirky prints are sure to create some conversation in one's house. 

- Size : 8 in x 6 in 
- Wood, paper and glass 
- Late 1800s
- Sourced from France 
- *Silk Ribbon Not Included 
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