Bowcombe Bridge design printed on 300gsm silk paper. This bridge is actually called New Bridge, but it is locally loved as Bowcombe Bridge!
Bowcombe Bridge, Kingsbridge, Devon
Bowcombe Bridge design printed onto 300gsm silk paper. I can also print larger sizes so please make contact for more information.
* I print onto 300gsm silk art paper.
* A3 is a discontinued size, some designs are available whilst stock lasts. Any of the designs can be printed in A3 as a bespoke order. Please get in touch if this is something you'd like to arrange.
* The print will be wrapped in biodegradable cellophane and then carefully wrapped to protect it in the post. The cellophane I use is made from potato starch! It looks the same as plastic but will biodegrade within 6 months in a compost bin! Please dispose of it in your kitchen caddy compost bin. Then pat yourself on the back for being awesome.
* You may notice that items arrive in packaging for other brands. This is because I always try to recycle packaging where I can. If your item arrives with bubble wrap, please recycle appropriately.
* If you are ordering a frame, please note that there is a 10 day lead time as the frames are made to order.
* A4 overall frame size approximately 47cm x 37cm
* A2 overall frame size approximately 76.2cm x 59.9cm
* An A4 mounted print will require a 14x11" frame
* An A3 mounted print will require a 21.25x16" frame
INTERNATIONAL FRAME DELIVERY
* To have a frame posted internationally, I will have to add an extra £50 to your order.
LOOKING AFTER YOUR PRODUCT
* When you receive your print, take lots of care when unpacking it. If the print comes in a tube, it will have been rolled in biodegradable ‘plastic’ to protect it. Gently pull the edge of the wrapping to remove the print from the tube. Try to minimise handling the print until you’re ready to display it.
* Keep your print out of direct sunlight. The sun will fade the colours in time.
* The print should not be kept anywhere that is damp.
* If you order a framed print, then always hold the frame by the picture
string on the reverse, rather than the edges of the frame.
* The frames I use have glass rather than acrylic plastic so take lots of care when handling them.
* If you are framing the print yourself, always make sure you have clean dry
hands and a flat surface. Try not to handle the print too much. Make sure there are no flecks of dust on the glass.