The crimson coloured floral emblem of New South Wales. 
Waratah is an Aboriginal word meaning beautiful. 
The botanical name, Telopea, is derived from the Greek 'telopos' meaning 'seen from a distance,' a reference to the fact that the flowers stand out like a beacon in the bush. A wonderful flower, indeed.

Frame professionally fitted by specialist with over three decades experience.

Frame Dimensions:

Artwork Size

Frame Size (edge to edge)

45cm x 45cm

48cm x 48cm

60cm x 60cm

63cm x 63cm

90cm x 90cm

93cm x 93cm

 

Frame specifications:

2 cm width (90cm frames = 3cm)

Material:

Wood

Colour:

Black, Natural, White

Glass specifications:

Non-Reflective Glass. All framed fine art prints include 2mm thick non-reflective glass that helps reduce glare and reflections.

Backing specifications:

Adhesive Foamcore is a lightweight backing with a peel and stick layer for mounting the print. Using this product results in the flattest finish for displaying the artwork. Adhesive Foamcore backing is acid-free to protect the artwork.

Print specifications:

Ilford GALERIE Prestige Fine Art Smooth 200gsm.

Archival.

Incredible durability and longevity.

Crisp and vivid colours.

Hanger specifications:

D-rings & string