This listing is a photo of a phone, not an actual phone....just in case someone gets confused. Great companion wall art for a lover or collector of vintage phones or Danish antiques.
Antique Danish rotary phone, possibly circa 1930's. The first telephone exchange opened in opened in Copenhagen in 1881 with 22 subscribers, primarily business owners.
This first telephone company was originally owned and started by the American Company Bell. In 1882, Kjøbenhavns Telefon-Aktieselskab (KTAS) was formed and by 1890's Danish telephone subscribers had increased to around 25,000. KTAS was the precursor to what is now TDC or Tele Danmark Company...if my research is correct!
CHOOSE EITHER PRINT OR CANVAS WRAP (Listing is for the print or canvas, framed and/or matted images are for reference only)
Premium Archival Smooth Matte Fine Art Paper (230 gsm)
Premium Archival Matte Paper is a smooth, neutral-white, matte paper for high-quality fine art, photo reproduction, and open-edition decor. The paper supports accurate color reproduction and high-contrast, high-resolution output, and is acid-free for a longer print life with pigment inks. It features a heavy weight (230 gsm), and an instant-dry coating that resists fingerprints and smudging.
Professional Quality Gallery Wrap Canvas with 1 1/2" sides. Solid kiln dried pine stretcher bars, pH neutral and acid free (non yellowing) thick poly cotton blend canvas, genuine giclee pigment inks (not dye based). These bright, vivid, amazing colors will resist fading for over 100 years. Canvas will be ready to hang on your wall.
All prints and canvases are drop shipped directly to you, which saves you money and you get your order faster. Of course this means no pretty packaging that you will later feel guilty ripping open and throwing away...bummer.
All artwork copyright © Melissa Bittinger. Artwork may not be reproduced by any process without artist's permission. Copyright non-transferable with sale.
Any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact me.
International ordering is available, please read shipping policies for more information or drop me a message.
NC sales tax will be added for North Carolina orders.
Estimated Shipping Times:
Prints and Canvas orders are shipped directly to you from the professional print lab I've partnered with, shipped in 3-5 business days.
Other items, photo pendant jewelry, clay jewelry and clay sculptures, any original art, I make in my home studio. These are ready to ship within one or two days but each listing will specify. Please contact if you have questions on the shipping time frame before you order.
Just contact me within: 3 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Because all the photography prints/canvas are made to order they are considered to be custom ordered. I do not stock them so please order carefully as any return of a photography print or canvas will be subject to a restocking fee.
I do hope for you to be completely satisfied with your purchase. If you are not satisfied, please notify me within 3 days of receipt of item to arrange for an exchange or refund. The item must be returned in unused condition and buyer must pay return shipping charges.
Order under $200 are subject to a 20% restocking fee.
Orders over $200 are subject to a 35% restocking fee.
Fees apply regardless if the order is a single item or multiple items.
In the rare but occasional tragic event of a damaged item landing on your doorstep, document the damage and the box or package order was in with pictures, keep the packaging and contact me immediately so I can resolve the situation with my print lab/s.
Image sizes include a small border to allow room for mat and framing without image loss and there is a digital signature. I've kept the signature as discreet as possible. Any watermarks you see will not be on your print, just my digital signature...not the big 'ole watermark slapped on the image. That is strictly to help prevent images from being 'lifted' without permission.
Please note that different monitors show colors differently. My monitor is calibrated with the printers but yours might not be. The colors you see on your screen may vary slightly in hue or tone, also may be brighter or darker depending on your settings.