Vintage kitchen poster "Amandines de Provence" - Leonetto Cappiello - High Definition - matte paper 230gr/m²

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Size: Size 1 - 20x30cm / 8x12 inch
  • High Definition digital file (300 dpi).
  • High quality paper (>230g/m²).
  • 3mm overhang on the poster for an elegant look.
  • 24/48 hour shipping - perfectly packaged and protected.
  • Frame not included (optional).

A high definition reproduction of the kitchen advertising poster "Amandines de Provence " by Leonetto Cappiello.

Amandines de Provence , made by the H. Lalo biscuit factory, were delicious almond-shaped wafers filled with an exquisitely flavored fondant. In 1901, the Pernot biscuit factory acquired H. Lalo located in Ile-sur-Sorgues. Pernot will decide to market the flagship product of the Lalo biscuit factory, Amandine de Provence, under his own brand.

About this poster :

  • Poster Name: “Amandines from Provence”.
  • Illustrator: Leonetto Cappiello.
  • Year of publication: 1902.

Poster Vintage's opinion : what could be better after a delicious dinner washed down with champagne than to have dessert with almondines from Provence - this lady dressed in an exuberant neckline and a flowered hat will not say the opposite!

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