Boston China Pearl Sign, Limited Edition Fine Art Print Photograph

China Pearl, Chinatown, Boston.  Limited Edition Fine Art Print

China Pearl,  Chinatown, Boston,MA.  Limited Edition Fine Art Print.  

Boston China Pearl Sign, Limited Edition Fine Art Print Photograph.

Original photograph captured in 2014 of China Pearl restaurant's old sign in Boston's Chinatown.

Limited edition of 5
12" x 8" double matted in 16" x 12"  mat

China Pearl, Boston, Massachusetts, Chinatown. 12" x 8" Limited Edition Print.  Low resolution digital file for web display.  Embedded security watermark is not printed on the limited edition prints

This limited edition Giclee* print is professionally printed on archival quality, acid-free & lignan free Moab Slickrock Metallic Pearl, a metallic, high gloss 10-mil, 255g fine art photo paper using top of the line, state of the art archival quality color pigment inks on large format printers by our certified Hahnemühle production studio.

 This limited edition print is hand signed and numbered, and comes with a certificate of authenticity with matching numbered security hologram decal on back of print and upon purchase each print is formally registered in the buyers name at Hahnemühle FineArt, Inc, Dassel, Germany.

Size & quantity of this limited edition.
         Print size               Quantity of print size in edition.                 Mat size                 Investment

  • 12" x 8"              5 prints, numbered 2/5 - 5/5                          20" x 16"                  $200
  • 12" x 8"              First print*, numbered FP 1/5                        20" x 16"                  (inquire)
  • Artist proof          AP 1/1

     Size is of the printed image.  Each print is printed on a larger sheet to accommodate a 1/2" border for matting. Each print is double matted in conservation archival quality double matting.    Bottom mat is white.   Top mat is Raven black.     Price is per print.
There are no additional editions or sizes available. Once all limited edition prints are sold no further prints will be made available.

 All materials in creating these prints were carefully selected by the artist to meet the highest quality archival standards.

 Shipping is included in the selling price to the lower 48 continental united states.
AK, HI & International buyers must contact me prior to purchase to receive a shipping quote.

 Prints in this limited edition may be purchased directly online by clicking the add to cart button.. Your selection will be added to the secure PayPal shopping cart system. You may then checkout using PayPal balance, your debit card, or major credit card. Once your transaction is confirmed, your order will be processed, packed and shipped directly from our print studio to the artist for signing, and then repacked and shipped to you.

Please allow up to 21 days for processing, packing, shipping & delivery, although in most cases you will receive your print much sooner.

 If you are uncomfortable making online purchases by credit card, we can accept debit & credit card purchases by phone. Please do not use the PayPal shopping cart system if ordering outside of the continental United States. Please contact me directly.

You may contact Lita at 978-473-7602 or via email for consultation & purchasing inquiries.

Original photograph by Lita Xú Líng Kelley. © Copyright 2015. All rights reserved.
 Limited edition prints © Copyright 2020

 * Giclée, pronounced (zhee-CLAY), is a French word meaning that which is sprayed. Giclee prints evolved in the early 1990’s from equipment and processes used for digital graphic proofing in lithographic, and other printing industries. Beginning with a full size, high-resolution digital scan of the original artwork, the fine art prints are individually produced on special, large format ink-jet printers, typically utilizing from 7 to 12 pigment based, archival inks. This process offers the highest quality reproduction possible. The resolution of giclees is much higher than that of conventional offset printing & other printing methods, resulting in a virtual continuous tone image, instead of a visible dot pattern found in other printing methods. The detail is incredible; the color is rich and intense, with a broad range of tonal values. The estimated life span of giclees far exceeds that of other methods of fine art printing. Tests indicate longevity of over one hundred and thirty years with no noticeable fade.

 * First print FP 1/25 is traditionally held by the artist and is reserved for gallery exhibition & shows until it is sold. While this print is available for sale, it is priced much higher as it is the most valuable print in the entire edition other than the artist proofs and is the most in demand by collectors. ⁺ Selling price increases an additional 10% after each sale. ie: If Print number 2/25 sells for $100, then Print # 3/25 is 10% higher, therefore the selling price is $110, etc