To Love Another Person Is To See The Face Of God - Les Miserables Framed Book Page Print

by Bookishly

£19.95

"To love another person is to see the face of God." A beautiful, romantic quote about the value of love from Victor Hugo's 'Les Miserables' **Free UK Shipping**

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A beautiful, romantic quote about the value of love from Victor Hugo's 'Les Miserables'. A literary print that would make a wonderful gift for any special occasion: wedding, anniversary, engagement!

"To love another person is to see the face of God." 

This framed typographic print features our exclusive, hand drawn font and uses an original page from a vintage copy of the book itself. A truly, lovely present.

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Dimensions:
The book page measures approximately 14cm x 20cm (5.5 inches x 8 inches). Prints are framed in eco-friendly wood - the frame is 3cm deep and there is approximately 0.3cm of black frame bordering your print. Your print will arrive gift wrapped in our lovely map inspired wrapping paper. 


Need a card to go with your gift? Choose from 9 designs in our signature watercolour blot background; perfectly complimenting the gift wrap we send all our book pages in.  The cards are A6 and blank inside and come with envelope.  All designs shown in listing images. 


Made From:
Frames are handmade in Northamptonshire, UK and use wood sourced from sustainably managed forests. The frames hang neat to the wall or stand up freely by themselves - they look great stood on a bookshelf! There is no glass so you are able to feel the lovely old book page.

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Meet the Maker

Bookishly

Bookishly

Living your best bookish life

Our company motto is 'Always try to be a little kinder than is necessary' J.M Barrie;  something we try to do every day in the studio. 

At Bookishly we love words and books as much as our customers do; that’s what makes the Bookishly range work so well. We collect inspiring quotes from classic literature and other wise old sources to print on to original vintage book pages, making each of them a little bit unique.

There are a few things that make our book page prints different to other typographic collections; the wonky old font is exclusive to Bookishly.  Based on our own hand drawn lettering originally created by Louise.  You won’t see it anywhere else! 

Louise Verity is the owner of Bookishly, and lives in Northamptonshire with her family.  She likes John Hughes movies, cake and the smell of new books.  She dislikes Marmite and ironing.  Working hard behind the scenes is a small team of staff who design, create and make all our fantastic products.

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