The furnishings retail store Room & Board, invited 103-year-old fine artist and potter Eva Zeisel to create a series of collectible prints known as the Lover's Suite to be sold exclusively in their stores in San Francisco and New York, and on their website. Porcelain specialists James Klein and David Reid, based in Long Island City, NY, worked with Zeisel to create 56 different hand-screened designs, each of which are numbered and signed. The designs feature birds, wings, and flora, as well as abstract patterns. They are screened on 100 percent cotton rag, acid-free paper, and framed in white aluminum with an acrylic front.
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