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Sundial Baby Onesie featuring the photograph Two-thirty? by Eric Tressler

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Two-thirty? Baby Onesie

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Our baby onesies are made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton and are available in five different sizes.   All baby onesies are machine washable.

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1 - 2 business days

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Thanks Robert!!

Very nice presentation to go along with the notes!! v/t!

Baby Onesie Reviews (58)

Average Rating (4.53 Stars):

December 30th, 2018

Complete disappointment. The display image for ordering is crisp and detailed. The actual item is off-registration and completely illegible. We had no choice but to give it as a gift, albeit with profound apologies. 2-star rating is for quality and fit of the garment only. Image rates a 0.

December 21st, 2018

I love it! I haven’t gifted it yet, but I look forward to doing that.

November 23rd, 2018

Honestly not the quality I expected . It would look better if it didn't have the square around the bird. Meaning bird only

November 17th, 2018

Read I’m with the band/ Also I was having a hard time finding a Hendrix onsie, but grand baby is names Hendrix so this is so perfect

November 17th, 2018

Read I’m with the band/ Also another note my grand baby is named Bowie so this is so perfect

November 17th, 2018

I bought these onesies for my grandchildren, somehow my product was lost in transit, I contacted both usps and fine art, usps said it shipped but never made it to them. Fine art emailed me back and shipped what i ordered within days. I hold a high standard to a company that does this. And therefore I WILL order again. Most companies will say its your loss but not Fine Art

Artist's Description

From Wikipedia: The earliest sundials known from the archaeological record are the obelisks (3500 BC) and shadow clocks (1500 BC) from ancient Egyptian astronomy and Babylonian astronomy. Presumably, humans were telling time from shadow-lengths at an even earlier date, but this is hard to verify. In roughly 700 BC, the Old Testament describes a sundial the "dial of Ahaz" mentioned in Isaiah 38:8 and II Kings 20:9. The Roman writer Vitruvius lists dials and shadow clocks known at that time. Italian astronomer Giovanni Padovani published a treatise on the sundial in 1570, in which he included instructions for the manufacture and laying out of mural (vertical) and horizontal sundials. Giuseppe Biancani's Constructio instrumenti ad horologia solaria (ca. 1620) discusses how to make a perfect sundial.[citation needed] They have been commonly used since the 16th century.

About Eric Tressler

Getting a camera was a way to capture things I might like to draw or paint. And now the hobby of photography has turned to passion and I am trying to keep a lid on obsession. For those who have purchased and viewed my work, I am most appreciative -- thank you very much.

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All baby onesies ship from our production facility within 1 - 2 business days of your order.

 

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