Dahlia Magic

The silhouette: This light and stylish dress is very pleasant on the skin. The digital print is a painting created and designed by our mouth and foot painting artist.

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  • Description
    • Fabric 100% Viscose
      Print Digitally Printed
      Making Handcrafted
      Stitching quality 12 to 15 stitches per inches
      Buttons pure MOP ( mother of pearl buttons)
      Fit Regular fit
  • Additional information
    • women-top-size

      36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46

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    • Shipping and delivery is done with utmost care and with trusted partners. Packaging method varies depending on the type of product and so is shipping out. Normally, ship-out happens within 2-5 working days, after the placement of order. As for delivery should happen within 6-8 working days of the order placed, but there may be variables depending on the product and place of delivery. In the rarest case of damage to the product, it will be taken back without questions asked. For any assistance from ordering to shipping and delivery, our customer services will connect to you. We’ll make sure it's done right!
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Product Code: WDR 3
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Design Inspired by Art

“Dahlia”

-Oil on Canvas, Mouth Painted

Art by Brenton Nicholas Swartz

Mouth Artist from South Africa

Brenton Nicholas SWARTZ was born on 30 October 1978 in Cape Town. Since a gunshot accident he is paralysed from the neck down. He spent eight months in hospital and was classified as a C4-C5 tetraplegic. He attended a school for the disabled. In 1998 he finished grade 12 and went to live in a home for tetraplegic people. One of his friends who painted asked him whether he wanted to try it. In 2001 he started taking art lessons. His aim in life is to lead an independent, normal and happy life.

Art by Brenton Nicholas Swartz

Mouth Artist from South Africa

Brenton Nicholas SWARTZ was born on 30 October 1978 in Cape Town. Since a gunshot accident he is paralysed from the neck down. He spent eight months in hospital and was classified as a C4-C5 tetraplegic. He attended a school for the disabled. In 1998 he finished grade 12 and went to live in a home for tetraplegic people. One of his friends who painted asked him whether he wanted to try it. In 2001 he started taking art lessons. His aim in life is to lead an independent, normal and happy life.

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