Framed Historic Copper Plate Prints | Signal Return
This framed piece features our series of six limited-edition prints made in partnership with Detroit’s Signal Return print shop. These prints are created from historic etched copper plates found in the Pewabic archives. The prints showcase the historic studio, co-founder Mary Chase Perry Stratton, and a range of early tiles, vases, and lamps.
Founded in 2011, Signal-Return is a Detroit nonprofit dedicated to preserving and teaching traditional letterpress printing and building a community center for art, craft, design, and collaboration.
This set includes prints of the following: Pewabic's Co-Founder Mary Chase Perry Stratton, Arts & Crafts Still Life, Historic Tiles, Historic Vase Display, Pottery Building, and our Three Vases Print set in a reclaimed wood frame by Mutual Adoration.
Mutual Adoration specializes in frames, furniture, and housewares made from hardwoods salvaged from buildings throughout Detroit. Each frame is one of a kind and features the character marks from the wood's former life. Mutual Adoration celebrates that story by highlighting the knots, screw holes, and other character marks in their handcrafted frames.
- Each print measures 5” x 7”
- Made in Detroit
- Printed on Talas 25% cotton acid-free archival paper.