Voerman's Nasturtium Face Mask

Nasturtiums
about 1894
Jan Voerman, Dutch, 1857-1941

Isabella Stewart Gardner began the annual the tradition of hanging colorful displays of nasturtium vines that cascaded from the Courtyard balconies at Fenway. The vines continue to come alive during the week before Easter as the Gardner Museum celebrates the arrival of spring.

Double layer cotton/poly blend
Comfortable ear loops
Hand washable & Reusable

Made in USA

This is not a substitute for surgical or N95 masks. Due to the personal nature of this product, we are unable to accept returns or exchanges.




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