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Napoleonic Bee wall plaque
The "Napoleonic" Bee was the emblem of Napoleon Bonaparte . Napoleon, refusing to spend money to refurbish the roay Palace, instead just turned the draped--with the Royal fleur de lis--upside down. Voila! The upside down symbol looked like a bee and became napoleon's symbol. This plaque has been interpreted by artist Al Pisano and includes a "Monogram "piece (we actually carve in any letter of the alphabet). Finished is an antique white lacquer paint, this plaque measures 14" x 10". Made entirely in the USA.
These are beautiful handcrafted reproductions of Al Pisano's original carvings and sculptures.Created in the artist's studio, each piece is meticulously hand cast and then hand painted and stained to capture all the incredible detail. We also personalize many of our wall plaques free of charge and these make great gifts. All of our products are Made in the USA by skilled artisans under the supervision of Al Pisano. We offer a money back guarantee. We believe you will enjoy Al's artwork for many years. Call us if you have any questions!