ST. JAMES CEMETERY, BATH, ENGLAND
WINE USED ON ORIGINAL PIECE
Baco Noir & Dornfelder Wine
• 5″ x 7″
• Inside of card left blank so you can write your own personal Message.
• White envelope included, packaged in cellophane bag
• Back of card features title, type of wine used, artist name and website address
PACKAGING AND SHIPPING
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Availability: In stock (can be backordered)
WINE USED: Cabernet Sauvignon, Baco Noir Wine & and a hint of Tannins
SIZE: 11″w x 14″h
SEALED: behind archival spray and satin varnish
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A little bit about the Cemetery:
We visited this cemetery when staying in Bath, UK. The cemetery opened in 1861 as Lyncombe & Widcombe’s fourth graveyard and the second graveyard for St James. Instead of being solely an Anglican cemetery it has Anglican and nonconformist chapels and areas and it was administered by a burial board.
The cemetery is divided into consecrated and unconsecrated parts. (pic below) The view that I painted was of the left side of the chapel.
(referenced from this site: https://www.batharchives.co.uk/cemeteries/lyncombe-and-widcombe-st-james-cemetery)