17th Century Tulips Amsterdam Tulip Museum Window Sticker
First mentioned in Europe in 1559, the Tulip reached Holland by 1590. The flower fitted admirably with the spirit of the age and the prevailing craze for 'curiosities', with each rare flower being exhibited like a jewel in the garden. By the early 17th century, magnificent garden Tulips had been developed - feathered and flamed in gorgeous colors. These striking Tulips would be a driving force behind the Tulip Mania that would soon follow.
Some facts about this product:
High quality 'Stained Glass' decoration is transparent and designed to go on windows
Self-cling technology makes it easy to apply and re-position (for best results, apply to a clean, dry window)