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Mark Ryden’s ‘Rose’ Pendant

For anyone who's seen a Mark Ryden painting in person, the artist's renown as one of the (if not the) best pop surrealist painters in the world is no tough sell. For the past several years, Porterhouse Fine Art Editions have been recreating Ryden's paintings in ways and forms as unique as the original works themselves. Up next for the publishing house is 'Rose' from Ryden's 2003 'Blood Show.' The pendant come enclosed in a specially made box, comes with a COA, black leather cord and brass clasp. Get a look at the detail views after the jump, and be ready for the pendant's release on August 17th.

For anyone who’s seen a Mark Ryden painting in person, the artist’s renown as one of the (if not the) best pop surrealist painters in the world is no tough sell. For the past several years, Porterhouse Fine Art Editions have been recreating Ryden’s paintings in ways and forms as unique as the original works themselves. Up next for the publishing house is ‘Rose’ from Ryden’s 2003 ‘Blood Show.’ The pendant come enclosed in a specially made box, comes with a COA, black leather cord and brass clasp. Get a look at the detail views below, and be ready for the pendant’s release on August 17th.

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