Sturt Pea Art Card
These Australian made greeting cards are from Bell Art
Bell Art was inspired by the love of the Australian bush. It evolved from Australian still-life artist's Meryl Bell's desire to capture Australian native flora and share their unique beauty with the world.
The Sturt Pea is one of Australia's nine magnificent floral emblems. The floral emblem of South Australia, the Sturt Pea was first collected by seafarer William Dampier from Rosemary Island in the Dampier Archipelago off the coast of Western Australia in 1699. The original specimen is held at the Sherardian Herbarium in Oxford, England.
Contents: 1 x Art Card with envelope in cellophane bag
Size: W 150mm x H 160mm
The size chart below is a general guide for our range of clothing. You should find specific information on the fit for each style in the product description, along with a sketch to show approximate measurements.
Please contact us here for further assistance if you need help deciding on your size, we are always happy to help and you will be able to receive direct information from Sarah who designs, and samples each style.