Storm in the Gap – Pair of Glass Coasters
Storm in the Gap
Pair of glass coasters
The perfect small gift - easy to post.
Glass coasters is based on one of my collagraph prints of the iconic sycamore tree on Hadrian's Wall, made famous by the film 'Robin Hood:Prince of Thieves', starring Kevin Costner. The tree, which sits in a narrow gap between the Roman Fort of Housesteads and one of the mile castles that punctuate the Roman wall, was voted European Tree of the Year 2017.
- Pair of tempered glass tiles
- Glass is heat resistant to temperatures of up to 250ºC.
- 10 cm square
- Beautifully presented in a luxury white gift box.
- Team it up with the pair St. Oswald's Legacy glass coasters or the pair of 'Pink Dawn' glass coasters or both to complete a table setting.
- Free UK delivery
- International customers please get in touch via the CONTACT page.
DISPATCH & RETURNS
- We aim to dispatch your order within five working days.
- You will receive an email letting you know when to expect it.
- Your parcel will be tracked throughout its journey.
- Delivery is usually 3 working days from date of dispatch.
- It is carefully packed to arrive in good condition
- If the coasters fail to meet your expectations, please let me know as soon as you can.
- You have 28 days to request a replacement or a refund
- The coasters should be returned in the original packaging
- I will send you a label and make arrangements for a courier to collect so there's nothing for you to pay.
- You can either request an identical replacement or a full refund. It is important to me that you to be very happy with your purchase. I want you to enjoy it for many years to come.
Please get in touch via the CONTACT page for prices and trade Ts&Cs.
2 in stock (can be backordered)
Category: GLASS COASTERS/TILES.
If you have any questions about your order please don't hesitate to contact me. Business name: Carol Nunan - Printmaker Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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