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"Mary Queen of Scots" Blanket

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Collection: Mary Queen of Scots


Vendor: Constantino Artwork


Mary Queen of Scots Blanket - Art Work by Anton Brzezinski

Our blankets are constructed with the highest quality materials we can find. One side of the blanket is 100% Sherpa wool while the other side is a hundred percent polyester velour. We must have the highest quality polyester in order for us to be able to sublimate the image that Anton created on the blanket. Sublimation is a new dye process where the inks bind with the polyester fibers and then become part of the fiber thus guaranteeing that the image will never fade. This is the newest dying process and literally copies the painting itself to a product with clarity and visual Beauty. I felt it was important to make sure our product is the best since I believe our artist is the best. Our blankets are double stitched completely around and machine washable and guaranteed to last. If you want the best blankets with one of the best artists of our time, Anton Brzezinski, you have to buy it here . We are the only Company able to create products guaranteed to be authentic by Anton Brzezinski and have the exclusive rights to do so. Anyone else will be pursued for copyright infringement laws and fully prosecute


Mary is a very common name in Scotland and of course she has orange and red streaks representing her hair. Then we have an individual in a row boat directly in front of Mary and appears to be circling her and this person is completely Green and the head is a clock. I find this extremely interesting when Anton told me this was a representation of the time running out between Ireland and Scotland.  Mary, who is representative of Scotland thinks time is running out between both countries due to the impending conflict between Protestants and Catholics. The man in the upper right corner represents the idea of what Anton believes many of the men look like that have passed throughout this conflict and is on his way to a higher place.


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