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Emerald Hill

Emerald Hill

Regular price $5.69 USD
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Emerald Hill used to be a nutmeg and fruit orchard, established by the acting Postmaster General William Cuppage in 1837, before being bought over by businessmen Seah Eng and Seah Boon Kang in 1900. From there, small pieces of the land were sold to new owners who went on to build the terrace houses and shophouses we still see today.

This street is seriously a thing of beauty and we wholeheartedly recommend popping by for a leisurely jaunt to get schooled on Orchard Road’s history without spending a cent – just keep an eye out for the little metal signs along the way that feed you with bite-sized facts about these buildings!

Available as:

• Greeting Card

OR

• Print on maple white textured 250 gsm FSC-certified paper:

   - A4

   - A3

OR

• Artist-grade canvas and ready for hanging with attached hooks:

   - 12" x 18" (30.5 X 45.7cm)
   - 16" x 24" (40.7 x 61cm)
   - 20" x 30" (50.8 x76.2cm)
   - 24" x 36" (61 x 91.4cm)

Additional sizes on request.

*Canvases are printed on demand and it will require 5 working days to ship.

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