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Are you looking for a stunning addition to your home decor, add some happy energy to your work space, or looking for the perfect gift for a friend, look no further; you are at the right spot!
Designed by one of the best Persian digital and hands-on designers.
this art print displays sharp, vivid images with a high degree of color accuracy. Choosing this high-quality reproduction offers you the best of both worlds of quality and affordability.
Best quality canvas print displays vibrant artwork that is built to last.
Ready To Hang - Mounting hardware comes attached.
Leveling Bumpers Included - For wall protection.
Semi-Gloss Print - Increased vibrancy of artwork.
Amazing and eye-catching for your home or office.
Beveled Wood Stretch Bars - Make frame less noticeable on front of canvas.
Industrial Strength Staples - Ensure a tight fit that is sure to last.
█ Gallery Quality
Gallery quality canvas print displays vibrant artwork that is built to last. Printed with HP Latex Inks that are fade resistant. Inks are water based and solvent free so rest assured there are no harsh chemicals in your home. Assembled with 1.25" thick wood frame and glued wood core stretcher bars.
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Our canvas are made to order, however, we gladly accept returns, exchanges and cancellations
█ Estimated Delivery Times:
United States: 7-10 business days
Canada: 8-11 business days
United Kingdom, Germany, France, Swiss, Switzerland, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Spain: 6-10 business days
Australia: 8-12 business days
Other Countries: 10-15 business days
نماد فروهر و آموزه آیین زرتشت
پندار نیک، گفتار نیک، کردار نیک
The Faravahar (Persian: فروهر), also known as Fravahar, Farohar and Farre Kiyâni (فر کیانی), is one of the most well-known symbols of Iran (Persia), and Zoroastrianism, the primary religion of Iran before the Muslim conquest of Iran, and of Iranian nationalism.
Good thoughts, Good words, Good deeds; a phrase that represents the three pillars of Zoroastrian Faith