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Mulberry River Coffee Mug featuring the photograph Silver Bridge in sepia by James Barber

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Silver Bridge in sepia Coffee Mug

James Barber

by James Barber



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Background Color

R(210) G(208) B(205)

Product Details

Our ceramic coffee mugs are available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each mug is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Design Details

SILVER BRIDGE IN SEPIA by James Barber... more


11 oz.

Ships Within

5 - 7 business days

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Silver Bridge in sepia Photograph by James Barber


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Coffee Mug Tags

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Photograph Tags

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Artist's Description


The Silver Bridge over the Mulberry River near the town of Mulberry, Arkansas, was originally built in the early 1900s. It was rebuilt in 1929 after being damaged by flood. It is over 300 feet long and consists of three spans and is only 12 feet wide. It is also known as the Wire Road bridge since this was the path of the telegraph wire for many years. It is still used daily but only as a one way bridge.

About James Barber

James Barber

James Barber currently resides in northwestern Arkansas, the Natural State. All photographs and images in this portfolio are copyrighted and owned by the artist. The images may not be copied, reproduced, manipulated, or used in any way, without the written permission of James Barber.