A fun print of Corfe Castle, by Alison Gardiner, also available as a mug.
Built in the 11th century, Corfe castle was one of the first castles to be built in stone when others were being built in timber. It was under siege during the English civil war and was destroyed the Parliamentarians in the 15th century, giving it its current appearance.
Giclée print, which is fade resistant for 100+ years
Come with mount and measures 27.5cm x 40cm; image size approx 14 x 26cm
Made in Great Britain