Metropolitan Museum of Art Boxed Note Cards, Shoes (MN806) by Boston International-OP
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These embellished note cards in a keepsake box pay tribute to the original shoes in the Museum's collection. Ferragamo's iconic suede sandal is here with faux-suede flocking, Yantory's elegant pump sparkles with a rhinestone buckle. Vivier's eye-catching boot is adorned with beads and sparkles, and Bob, Inc.'s sophisticated red satin evening shoe is accented with sparkles and rhinestones. The envelopes are lined with a patterned shoe motif and the keepsake shoebox with matching lining has silver foil stamping to make it as attention-grabbing as the note cards it holds. 20 Note cards are 5 x 3.5 Inches; box is 5.25 x 3.25 x 2.75 Inches. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, often referred to simply as The Met is one of the world's largest and most important art museums. It is located on the eastern edge of Central Park in New York City. For over 10 years Boston International has been proud to be the Met’s exclusive distributor to the trade for their proprietary stationery gift items. Now you can easily have works of art as part of your everyday life.
Embellished note cards celebrate the beauty of shoes in the Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection
20 Note cards, 5 each of 4 designs
Cards are 5 x 3.5 Inches
Sending a hand-written note is a touch that will be noticed and appreciated
From The Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of the largest and most important art museums in the world