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The famous catch phrase of one of our favourite Catherine Tate characters Derek Faye. Terminally misunderstood Derek is in permanent denial over which side his bread is buttered and it doesn't do to make assumptions.. How very dare you!   An inspired piece of art made from 1930's vintage playing cards it is hand mounted and beautifully presented in a classic black box frame.

Vintage Playing Cards specialises in creating classic or amusing words and phrases from individually hand selected, original 1930's vintage playing cards and displayed in a handmade, cream and black double bevel mounted black wooden box frame. Each individual playing card is an original item and not mass reproduced. 

Each picture frame is hand-crafted in a studio in Suffolk, England to create a very eye catching piece of artwork for your home or office. An ideal and original Birthday, Anniversary, Wedding or house warming gift idea. Sourced from original playing card games and crafted into a decorative artistic medium, these very unusual, retro styled gifts are both collectable, stylish and unique, each with a classic, romantic or humorous twist.

At 1.6m long, this is a real statement piece. The perfect gift or a great addition to any home.

Dimensions: (L x W x H): 160 x 20 x 1.5 cm

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