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FOR HIM?

FOR HIM?

We have a selection of gifts that may appeal to that special man in your life. Take a look through our suggestions or browse other collections if you wish to find an unusual present that is sure to make his day
  • Two Points East by Judith Ellis

    Judith Ellis

    Two Points East

    £14.99

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    Judith Ellis

    Two Points East

    £14.99

    Description
    Hardback book

    Dimensions
    21 x 15cm x 1.8cm spine

    About the Book
    Have you ever wondered just what was the Hanseatic League? Or what exactly is the difference between a kipper and a bloater? How do you make malt and how do eels get to the Sargasso Sea to breed? The answers to some of these questions can be found in this engaging new book.

    Spanning the period from the Anglo-Saxons to the coming of the railway, it is about the boats, the fishing and some of the lives lived on the North Sea coast of Norfolk, from the once world famous herring fishery in Great Yarmouth to the extraordinary rescues of Cromer’s famous lifeboatman Henry Blogg.

    Illustrated throughout with the author’s sketches, painted maps add clarity to the text and red herrings appear all through the pages flagging up interesting facts and generally looking cheerful.

    More about Judith Ellis
    The author of this fine-looking and idiosyncratic illustrated book on the history of maritime Norfolk is an Aylsham-based bookbinder. She self-published a very limited edition of the book last year and has been persuaded by positive feedback to produce a new edition in a larger print run.  It has been shortlsited for the East Anglian Book Awards 2017.

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  • A-Z of London - Print of original paper cut

    Ruth Howes

    A-Z of London - Print

    £32.00

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    Ruth Howes

    A-Z of London - Print

    £32.00

    Description
    Print of original paper cut

    A is for Albert Hall (Royal) B is for is Broadcasting House C is for Cutty Sark D is for Dalston House E is for Elephant and Castle F is for Florin Court G is for Geffrye Museum H is for Horseguards I is for Imperial War Museum J is for Jerwood Space K is for Kew Palace L is for Liberty M is for Manze Eel and Pie House N is for Neasden Temple O is for Old Royal Naval College P is for Portcullis House Q is for Quo Vadis R is for Royal Opera House S is for Stockwell Bus Garage T is for Trellick Tower U is for Upminster Windmill V is for Victoria and Albert Museum W is for Whitechapel Gallery X is for OXO Tower (forgive me) Y is for Young Vic Z is for Zoological Society of London, London Zoo (Elephant House).

    Dimensions
    Choose a print size of A3, A2 or A1
    You can view how the work would look framed - for reference only

    Materials
    Limited edition of 50 black and white giclée prints

    Delivery
    As each print is produced to order please allow 7-10 days for delivery

    More about Ruth
    Ruth studied Fine Art, specialising in sculpture and over the years has shifted to painting and illustration in her work. Paper cutting has come more recently and has initiated a wide range of commissioned and private work.

    For Ruth the intrigue of a paper cut is in starting with a blank paper and carefully, intricately removing bits of it to make a picture. She starts with a minimum of material and rather than adding and adding pencil, pen, ink, paint, she carefully cuts into the sheet by hand, extracting an image from exploiting positive and negative space.

    The alphabets are a sorting activity; a means of inclusion and exclusion (and forcing variety). Just as deciding what to cut away and what to leave are intrinsic to making these images work. Ruth lives and works in the heart of the beautiful Norwich Lanes in Norfolk

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  • Turned Ash Bowl – blue interior

    Steve Gore-Rowe

    Turned Ash Bowl – blue interior

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    Steve Gore-Rowe

    Turned Ash Bowl – blue interior

    £45.00

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    Description
    Ash bowl with hand painted blue ink interior, raised grain exterior and a natural sanded finish. Not for food use.

    Dimensions
    14cm diameter x 4.5cm high

    Materials
    Ash wood, ink

    More about Steve Gore-Rowe (MakeFixDo)
    With a background in Graphic Design, Steve now concentrates his creativity on making decorative and functional interior pieces using new and used materials. Based in West Norfolk, he applies combinations of modern and traditional workshop skills to create original designs which explore contrasting materials and surface finishes

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  • The White Hart

    Jane Kemp

    The White Hart

    £150.00

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    Jane Kemp

    The White Hart

    £150.00

    Description
    Lino print mounted onto board - limited edition of 10

    Dimensions
    Framed 30 x 30 cm

    Materials
    Ivory Rosaspina acid free paper

    Notes
    Not all prints are exactly the same due to the nature of the printing process leading to subtle variations. See sample of framing in picture selection.

    More about Jane Kemp
    After a career as a textile designer and a break to bring up her children Jane went on to attend NUA in Norwich, graduating in 2014 with a degree in Illustration. It was here that she discovered and learned about printmaking, specialising in screen print and lino cut. After a collaboration with the John Jarrold Printing Museum Jane became a member and is now being taught the traditional art of typesetting by the retired printers at the museum. Finding inspiration in vintage playbills and letterpress, this has fed into her work with the use of typography in many of her images

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  • The North Norfolk Coast

    Lucy Loveheart

    The North Norfolk Coast

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    Lucy Loveheart

    The North Norfolk Coast

    £70.00

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    Description
    Hand decorated and signed fine art studio print

    Dimensions
    Mounted 31 x 55cm

    Materials
    Studio print set in an off-white window mount
    (Please do not expose artwork to direct sunlight) 

    More about Lucy Loveheart
    Lucy first came to Norfolk to study at the Norwich School of Art. She then went on to do a postgraduate at The Royal College of Art in London. She later returned permanently to North Norfolk where she has worked as a full-time artist, illustrator and designer for over 20 years.

    Lucy has worked as a freelance designer and illustrator creating images for cards, prints, fabrics and products. Clients have included Café Rouge, East Anglian Childrens Hospice (EACH), Osborne and Little, Liberty, Boots, Susie Watson Designs, The Fairyland Trust, Art Angels, GMTV, Habitat, Marks and Spencer, and Amnesty International

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  • Ski Sunday

    Annabel Pope

    Ski Sunday

    £100.00

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    Annabel Pope

    Ski Sunday

    £100.00

    Description
    Limited edition print

    Dimensions
    A3 sized print only, with framed versions available - please view framed example

    More about Annabel
    Annabel Pope grew up on a farm in Norfolk, always exploring the outdoors and wildlife. Her great passion for travel allows her to visualise and witness wildlife in it’s natural environment and is the inspiration for all the work. Her work attracts interest internationally and she has successfully exhibited in the UK on several occasions which have established her as a leading wildlife artist.

    Annabel’s skill is her consistent ability to deliver works which on the one hand show remarkable technical quality and visual integrity to the subject; whilst at the same time transferring great character, spirit and energy to the observer.

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  • Nothing is Permanent

    Paul Wolterink

    Nothing is Permanent

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    Paul Wolterink

    Nothing is Permanent

    £300.00

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    Description
    Hand pulled screen print. Signed and numbered from an edition of 20. 

    Dimensions
    Mounted and framed 53cm Height / 26cm Width / 2cm Depth

    Materials
    Ink: Red and black, water-based.
    Paper: Barth Drawing Paper, 200 gsm
    Frame: White painted in Norfolk hand framed Obeche wood, bug proof

    Background Information
    Ode to the classic Edding series and, also, a tribute to one of my favourite one-liners 'Nothing is Permanent'. Useful in a headwinds, but also in a tailwinds. There are only two prints of this edition of 20 available, so this is one of them.

    Shipping approximately takes 10 workdays. Signed, track and trace

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  • Grizzly Ice Fishing

    Annabel Pope

    Grizzly Ice Fishing

    £100.00

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    Annabel Pope

    Grizzly Ice Fishing

    £100.00

    Description
    Limited edition print

    Dimensions
    A3 sized print only, with framed versions available - please view framed example

    More about Annabel
    Annabel Pope grew up on a farm in Norfolk, always exploring the outdoors and wildlife. Her great passion for travel allows her to visualise and witness wildlife in it’s natural environment and is the inspiration for all the work. Her work attracts interest internationally and she has successfully exhibited in the UK on several occasions which have established her as a leading wildlife artist.

    Annabel’s skill is her consistent ability to deliver works which on the one hand show remarkable technical quality and visual integrity to the subject; whilst at the same time transferring great character, spirit and energy to the observer.

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  • Glass Bauble – Purple & White

    Salt Glass

    Glass Bauble – Purple & White

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    Salt Glass

    Glass Bauble – Purple & White

    £13.00

    Description
    Celebrate British/Norfolk Craft & Design with unique hand blown glass baubles for festive interior decorations or as an original gift! As featured in Elle Decorations, Period Living and Stylist Magazines and commissioned by clients including Mulberry, each glass bauble is hand blown with two distinctive colour ranges by the award winning  glass studio SALT glass studios.

    Dimensions
    Approx 6–8cm Ø

    About Salt Glass
    This is a glass and printmaking studio, gallery and course provider run by the glassmaker Max Lamb (RCA) and artist Dr Fiona Wilkes and located in North Norfolk and Norwich. SALT glass explores the relation between glass and print languages creating sculptures, contemporary design  and commissions using traditional processes from kiln cast, free blown and printmaking.

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  • Glass Bauble – Blue & Aqua

    Salt Glass

    Glass Bauble – Blue & Aqua

    £13.00

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    Salt Glass

    Glass Bauble – Blue & Aqua

    £13.00

    Description
    Celebrate British/Norfolk Craft & Design with unique hand blown glass baubles for festive interior decorations or as an original gift! As featured in Elle Decorations, Period Living and Stylist Magazines and commissioned by clients including Mulberry, each glass bauble is hand blown with two distinctive colour ranges by the award winning  glass studio SALT glass studios.

    Dimensions
    Approx 6–8cm Ø

    About Salt Glass
    This is a glass and printmaking studio, gallery and course provider run by the glassmaker Max Lamb (RCA) and artist Dr Fiona Wilkes and located in North Norfolk and Norwich. SALT glass explores the relation between glass and print languages creating sculptures, contemporary design  and commissions using traditional processes from kiln cast, free blown and printmaking.

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  • Full Speed

    Annabel Pope

    Full Speed

    £100.00

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    Annabel Pope

    Full Speed

    £100.00

    Description
    Limited edition print

    Dimensions
    A3 sized print only, with framed versions available - please view framed example

    More about Annabel
    Annabel Pope grew up on a farm in Norfolk, always exploring the outdoors and wildlife. Her great passion for travel allows her to visualise and witness wildlife in it’s natural environment and is the inspiration for all the work. Her work attracts interest internationally and she has successfully exhibited in the UK on several occasions which have established her as a leading wildlife artist.

    Annabel’s skill is her consistent ability to deliver works which on the one hand show remarkable technical quality and visual integrity to the subject; whilst at the same time transferring great character, spirit and energy to the observer.

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  • Day Zip Wallet - Navy

    Richings Greetham

    Day Zip Wallet - Navy

    £58.00

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    Richings Greetham

    Day Zip Wallet - Navy

    £58.00

    Description
    A small, functional and perfectly formed zippered wallet. The slim design makes it easy to slip into any pocket for daily use. Internal dividers ensure neat segregation of cards, cash, keys and coins. Swiss made Riri zip for a lifetime of smooth operation.

    Tumbled soft calf leather. Presented in a handmade Richings Greetham gift box with Japanese style wrapping.

    Dimensions
    7.5 x 11cm

    Materials
    Tumbled soft calf leather. Presented in a handmade Richings Greetham gift box with Japanese style wrapping. Swiss made Riri zip and twin ‘grab-tabs’ for smooth and positive opening and closing.

    About Richings and Greetham
    Richings Greetham is inspired by the skill and care of traditional makers, combining integrity and honesty with a utilitarian eye for detail. Designed in Norfolk and developed for simplicity and function. Everything follows the principles of good design, both practical and highly aesthetic. 

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  • Bumble Bee – black base under glass dome

    Claire Moynihan

    Bumble Bee – black base under glass dome

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    Claire Moynihan

    Bumble Bee – black base under glass dome

    £195.00

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    Description

    Single embroidered bumble bee set on wool ball under a glass dome

    Materials

    3D embroidery working with local alpaca wool

    More about Claire Moynihan
    Claire is unconstrained by formal embroidery techniques which leaves her free to experiment with threads and materials to achieve her aims. With an appreciation of the natural world and love of drawing Claire has been inspired to study insects and reproduce these as tiny embroideries on felt.

    She enjoys the humour in producing insects that are realistic and presenting them as traditional entomological collections. Her work is a celebration of insects some of which are ironically described as ‘pests’

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  • Britannia Pier Café, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk in an edition of 10

    Debby Besford

    Britannia Pier Café

    £165.00

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    Debby Besford

    Britannia Pier Café

    £165.00

    Description
    Britannia Pier Café, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
    Edition of 10

    Dimensions
    Unframed, 30 x 30 cm
    White Box Framed 36 x 36 cm

    Materials
    Giclée print, 300gsm archival fine art paper. Genuine Epsom light-resistant, pigment-based inks. Matt finish

    More about Debby Besford
    Since graduating from London College of Communication with a Masters in Photography, Debby has built a strong and diverse portfolio with specialisms in documentary and editorial work. She has published in The Guardian and Independent Newspapers, numerous photography magazines as well as touring exhibitions across the UK.

    In 2015, Debby was selected as a finalist in the prestigious Association of Photography Awards 2015. Running along side this, Debby was chosen as one of the most highly rated documentary portrait photographers from 145 countries with LensCulture Photography Awards.

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  • Branching Out

    Louisa Jones

    Branching Out

    £250.00

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    Louisa Jones

    Branching Out

    £250.00

    Description
    Landscape with trees, colour print, dated 2015 – edition of 50 - 10 available
    Supplied unmounted and unframed

    Dimensions

    39 x 30cm

    Materials

    Giclee archival print

    More about Louisa Jones
    Louisa's etchings are inspired by the natural world and her curiosity about what lies beneath the surface: energy, shapes, forms, colours and layers. She explores the mysterious places that are beyond our visual plain; the depths of the sea, the roots of the earth, outer space and the continuous cycle of energy which connects them all.

    Since graduating from Camberwell College of Arts in 2006 Louisa has created bespoke illustrations for Vogue, Tatler, The Spectator, Paul Smith and her work is now in the Collection of the V&A. She has also worked on a variety of other private commissions – children’s clothing designs, maps and wedding/ party invitations

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  • Belinda

    Paul Wolterink

    Belinda

    £199.00

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    Paul Wolterink

    Belinda

    £199.00

    Description
    Hand pulled screen print. Signed and numbered from an edition of 4. 

    Dimensions
    Mounted and framed 33.2cm Height / 28cm Width / 2cm Depth

    Materials
    Ink: Fluorescent orange and dark blue, water-based.
    Paper: BFK Rives, 250 gsm Warm White
    Frame: Hand framed in Norfolk, Obeche wood, white painted, bug proof.

    Background Information
    Long ago, when I first saw Belinda I straight away fell in love with her. She was the name and brand character of a cigarette brand called ‘Belinda’ in Holland in the 70s and she was pictured on both sides of the package. The ‘menthol’ taste was very popular amongst women (menthol was advertised as ‘lighter’ and ‘healthier’ than normal cigarettes). The brand doesn’t exist anymore. I brought Belinda back via this screen print.

    Shipping approximately takes 10 workdays. Signed, track and trace

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  • Faux Malachite Bowl

    Egge Alecsdottir

    Faux Malachite Bowl

    £60.00

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    Egge Alecsdottir

    Faux Malachite Bowl

    £60.00

    Description
    Upcycled round wooden box with lid, decorated in faux malachite design

    Materials

    Hand-painted with artists' acrylics, pencil, waxed

    Dimensions
    11 x 6cm high

    More about Egge Alecsdottir
    Egge decorates well-designed mid-century modern furniture and objects with painterly surfaces in bold geometric designs. Using artists’ acrylic paint and a miniscule paintbrush, she applies a unique design to each piece, bringing out its innate qualities with a subtle yet contemporary palette. Each piece is then gently distressed and finished with 3 coats water-based varnish. Egge works from her rural workshop in East Norfolk and is happy to undertake commissions

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  • Baroque Swirl

    Amanda Sutton

    Baroque Swirl

    £485.00

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    Amanda Sutton

    Baroque Swirl

    £485.00

    Description
    Verre églomisé panel

    Materials
    Etched gold leaf and black lacquer on glass

    Dimensions
    Framed 
Size 49 x 49cm 


    Turnaround time 3 weeks

    More about Amanda Sutton
    Amanda studied History of Art at Manchester University before, specialising in Furniture Restoration and Design at The London College of Furniture. She has painted murals for Simon Callow, restored frescos and sculpted fountains for Domaine d’Orves on the Cote d’Azur and created wonderful painterly effects for film director Ridley Scott in London.

    Having moved back home to Norfolk, Amanda is currently exploring the technique of verre églomisé through gilding, etching and painting on the reverse side of glass.

    Her verre églomisé pieces are available for interior and architectural applications. Some are available as pictures

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  • Westmoreland Slate Bowl

    Teucer Wilson

    Westmoreland Slate Bowl

    £850.00

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    Teucer Wilson

    Westmoreland Slate Bowl

    £850.00

    Description

    Westmoreland Slate bowl. 
    Please note delivery charges for this item will be confirmed

    Dimensions
    30cm Ø  



    Material

    Westmoreland Slate

    More about Teucer Wilson
    Teucer studied stonemasonry and architectural carving at Weymouth College before learning the art of letter-cutting at the Richard Kindersley studio in London. He produces a variety of work including sculptures for private settings and public art projects, garden pieces, signage and memorial work. He enjoys making anything from three dimensional abstract sculptures to more functional work such as birdbaths, sundials, seating, house name plaques and headstones. He generally works to commission, mainly in limestone, sandstone and slate, although he has also worked in wood, glass, stainless steel and cast iron.

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  • Wash Bag - Rye Stripe

    Laura Fletcher

    Wash Bag - Rye Stripe

    £20.00

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    Laura Fletcher

    Wash Bag - Rye Stripe

    £20.00

    Description
    Wash bag with zip opening in rye multi-stripe 

    Materials

    Cotton with linen lining in grey

    Dimensions
    27cm wide x 16cm height  x 8cm gusset

    More about Laura Fletcher
    Laura Fletcher offers her first collection of woven and striped cushions,throws and accessories. All feature beautiful stripe combinations – this love of stripes, colour and texture runs through much of Laura’s work. All products are designed and made in Suffolk and the eastern region of the UK using contemporary British fabrics

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  • Wash Bag - Mistley Stripe Blossom/Grey

    Laura Fletcher

    Wash Bag - Mistley Stripe, Blossom/Grey

    £20.00

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    Laura Fletcher

    Wash Bag - Mistley Stripe, Blossom/Grey

    £20.00

    Description
    Wash bag with zip opening in blossom/grey

    Materials

    Cotton with natural linen lining in grey

    Dimensions
    27cm wide x 16cm height  x 8cm gusset

    More about Laura Fletcher
    Laura Fletcher offers her first collection of woven and striped cushions,throws and accessories. All feature beautiful stripe combinations – this love of stripes, colour and texture runs through much of Laura’s work. All products are designed and made in Suffolk and the eastern region of the UK using contemporary British fabrics

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  • Wash Bag - Heather Check

    Laura Fletcher

    Wash Bag - Heather Check

    £20.00

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    Laura Fletcher

    Wash Bag - Heather Check

    £20.00

    Description
    Wash bag with zip opening in navy/paprika

    Materials

    Cotton with linen lining in grey

    Dimensions
    27cm wide x 16cm height  x 8cm gusset

    More about Laura Fletcher
    Laura Fletcher offers her first collection of woven and striped cushions,throws and accessories. All feature beautiful stripe combinations – this love of stripes, colour and texture runs through much of Laura’s work. All products are designed and made in Suffolk and the eastern region of the UK using contemporary British fabrics

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  • Wallpaper - blue, installation

    Sarah Sixsmith

    Wallpaper - blue

    £159.00

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    Sarah Sixsmith

    Wallpaper - blue

    £159.00

    Description
    From a series called "The flower to the bee, the bee to the flower." This wallpaper is hand printed with non-toxic water based inks, onto lovely quality, sustainable wallpaper. Made from recycled paper and textile fibres, the wallpaper can be applied with the simple paste-the-wall technique.

    Dimensions
    Roll size: 10 metres x 53 cm
    Repeat height: 56cm
    Repeat type: Straight repeat

    Materials

    Limited Edition, hand screen printed wallpaper

    Wallpaper with a Story
    Created by Sarah Sixsmith, producing small runs of hand printed designs.

    Inspiration & Motivation
    I grew up in the English countryside, with its lovely corners of unspoilt land and beautiful, wild flora and fauna. I’ve lived mostly in cities since then, and it’s made me very aware of the rural – urban contrast, and the evident disconnection we have with nature and its amazing systems. I use design to highlight these invaluable natural rhythms and inspire a stronger connection with nature, in both the countryside and the city. I now live in Norfolk.

    Alongside each wallpaper I hand print a little book. This wallpaper story features nine summer wildflowers:

    "Wildflowers are a beautiful part of our landscapes, providing a vital habitat for wildlife and an essential, rich food source for bees. This first wallpaper story features nine summer wildflowers that are native across Europe and the UK, which are especially fabulous for bumblebees.

    As a result of a huge loss of natural habitat, the bumblebee, honeybee and many other precious insects are in alarming decline. If bees disappear, so do the flowers, fruit, vegetables and nuts that rely on insect pollination to reproduce successfully.

    Wallpaper with a Story lifts the wildflower into the limelight, to celebrate and show off its beauty and function, in support of the crucial conservation of our natural landscapes and wildlife."

     

    Postage
    1 roll = £15
    2-6 rolls = £30
    7-10 rolls = £47

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  • Walephant

    Louisa Jones

    Walephant

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    Louisa Jones

    Walephant

    £120.00

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    Description
    Illustration, etching – edition of 20 - 10 available
    Supplied unmounted and unframed

    Dimensions

    15 x 11cm

    Materials

    Etching

    More about Louisa Jones
    Louisa's etchings are inspired by the natural world and her curiosity about what lies beneath the surface: energy, shapes, forms, colours and layers. She explores the mysterious places that are beyond our visual plain; the depths of the sea, the roots of the earth, outer space and the continuous cycle of energy which connects them all.

    Since graduating from Camberwell College of Arts in 2006 Louisa has created bespoke illustrations for Vogue, Tatler, The Spectator, Paul Smith and her work is now in the Collection of the V&A. She has also worked on a variety of other private commissions – children’s clothing designs, maps and wedding/ party invitations

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  • Turned Oak Platter – purple exterior

    Steve Gore-Rowe

    Turned Oak Platter – purple exterior

    £65.00

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    Steve Gore-Rowe

    Turned Oak Platter – purple exterior

    £65.00

    Description
    Oak platter with natural sanded top, hand painted purple ink reverse and paper stitching.
    Not for food use.

    Dimensions
    20cm diameter x 3cm high

    Materials
    Oak wood, ink, paper

    More about Steve Gore-Rowe (MakeFixDo)
    With a background in Graphic Design, Steve now concentrates his creativity on making decorative and functional interior pieces using new and used materials. Based in West Norfolk, he applies combinations of modern and traditional workshop skills to create original designs which explore contrasting materials and surface finishes

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  • Turned Ash Platter – black interior

    Steve Gore-Rowe

    Turned Ash Platter – black interior

    £55.00

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    Steve Gore-Rowe

    Turned Ash Platter – black interior

    £55.00

    Description
    Ash platter with raised grain face, hand painted india ink and a natural sanded finish.
    Not for food use.

    Dimensions
    20cm diameter x 4cm high

    Materials
    Ash wood, ink

    More about Steve Gore-Rowe (MakeFixDo)
    With a background in Graphic Design, Steve now concentrates his creativity on making decorative and functional interior pieces using new and used materials. Based in West Norfolk, he applies combinations of modern and traditional workshop skills to create original designs which explore contrasting materials and surface finishes

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  • Tray 3925

    Toby Winteringham

    Tray 3925

    £225.00

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    Toby Winteringham

    Tray 3925

    £225.00

    Description
    Oval Tray

    Dimensions
    45 x 30 cm

    Materials
    Various woods are used as follows:

    RIM: Walnut
    BASE: Grey Anigre
    STAR: Black/Pearwood

    Heat and moisture resistant finish

    More about Toby Winteringham
    Toby is a furniture designer and maker based in King’s Lynn. His work encompasses a variety of styles from elegantly simple statements to bold marquetry decoration.

    He combines original design ideas with innovative construction to produce striking pieces for any setting. He says: ‘To me design is like poetry: the stripping away of all unnecessary detail in order to leave an object in its purest form.’

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  • Tray 3910

    Toby Winteringham

    Tray 3910

    £225.00

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    Toby Winteringham

    Tray 3910

    £225.00

    Description
    Oval Tray

    Dimensions
    45 x 30 cm

    Materials
    Various woods are used as follows:

    RIM: Walnut
    BASE: Figured Maple
    STAR: Black /Grey

    Heat and moisture resistant finish

    More about Toby Winteringham
    Toby is a furniture designer and maker based in King’s Lynn. His work encompasses a variety of styles from elegantly simple statements to bold marquetry decoration.

    He combines original design ideas with innovative construction to produce striking pieces for any setting. He says: ‘To me design is like poetry: the stripping away of all unnecessary detail in order to leave an object in its purest form’

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  • Travel Pouch - Navy

    Richings Greetham

    Travel Pouch - Navy

    £98.00

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    Richings Greetham

    Travel Pouch - Navy

    £98.00

    Description
    A simple slim zippered pouch inspired by the German bank pouches of the mid 20th century, which were given to customers for carrying around large amounts of paper money. Perfect for keeping pockets empty, this pouch is designed to keep essentials together when traveling.

    Dimensions
    17.5 x 24.5cm

    Materials
    Tumbled soft calf leather. Presented in a handmade Richings Greetham gift box with Japanese style wrapping. Swiss made Riri zip and twin ‘grab-tabs’ for smooth and positive opening and closing.

    About Richings and Greetham
    Richings Greetham is inspired by the skill and care of traditional makers, combining integrity and honesty with a utilitarian eye for detail. Designed in Norfolk and developed for simplicity and function. Everything follows the principles of good design, both practical and highly aesthetic. 

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  • Travel Pouch - Black

    Richings Greetham

    Travel Pouch - Black

    £98.00

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    Richings Greetham

    Travel Pouch - Black

    £98.00

    Description
    A simple slim zippered pouch inspired by the German bank pouches of the mid 20th century, which were given to customers for carrying around large amounts of paper money. Perfect for keeping pockets empty, this pouch is designed to keep essentials together when traveling.

    Dimensions
    17.5 x 24.5cm

    Materials
    Tumbled soft calf leather. Presented in a handmade Richings Greetham gift box with Japanese style wrapping. Swiss made Riri zip and twin ‘grab-tabs’ for smooth and positive opening and closing.

    About Richings and Greetham
    Richings Greetham is inspired by the skill and care of traditional makers, combining integrity and honesty with a utilitarian eye for detail. Designed in Norfolk and developed for simplicity and function. Everything follows the principles of good design, both practical and highly aesthetic. 

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  • Towards Clinks Farm

    Sarah Cannell

    Towards Clinks Farm

    £85.00

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    Sarah Cannell

    Towards Clinks Farm

    £85.00

    Description
    Handcoloured lino print on paper Ref:TCF1A5

    Dimensions
    Framed 18cm Height / 24cm Width 

    Materials
    Lino cut print onto paper

    About Sarah
    Sarah Cannell is a Norfolk based artist who uses the landscape of the Waveney Valley as a rich source of inspiration. Sarah develops her unique linoprints from compositional sketches of real places and then handpaints them with vibrant watercolours. She studied at Falmouth Art College, Central St Martins and Curwen Print Centre and exhibits widely.

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  • The Shipping Forecast

    Jane Kemp

    The Shipping Forecast

    £200.00

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    Jane Kemp

    The Shipping Forecast

    £200.00

    Description
    Lino cut print mounted and framed in an oak frame (Limited edition of 6)

    Dimensions
    Framed 45 x 58cm

    Materials
    Ivory Rosaspina acid free paper

    Notes
    Not all prints are exactly the same due to the nature of the printing process leading to subtle variations. See sample of framing in picture selection.

    More about Jane Kemp
    After a career as a textile designer and a break to bring up her children Jane went on to attend NUA in Norwich, graduating in 2014 with a degree in Illustration. It was here that she discovered and learned about printmaking, specialising in screen print and lino cut. After a collaboration with the John Jarrold Printing Museum Jane became a member and is now being taught the traditional art of typesetting by the retired printers at the museum. Finding inspiration in vintage playbills and letterpress, this has fed into her work with the use of typography in many of her images

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  • The Red Lion

    Jane Kemp

    The Red Lion

    £150.00

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    Jane Kemp

    The Red Lion

    £150.00

    Description
    Lino print mounted onto board - limited edition of 6

    Dimensions
    Framed 30 x 30 cms

    Materials
    Ivory Rosaspina acid free paper

    Notes
    Not all prints are exactly the same due to the nature of the printing process leading to subtle variations. See sample of framing in picture selection.

    More about Jane Kemp
    After a career as a textile designer and a break to bring up her children Jane went on to attend NUA in Norwich, graduating in 2014 with a degree in Illustration. It was here that she discovered and learned about printmaking, specialising in screen print and lino cut. After a collaboration with the John Jarrold Printing Museum Jane became a member and is now being taught the traditional art of typesetting by the retired printers at the museum. Finding inspiration in vintage playbills and letterpress, this has fed into her work with the use of typography in many of her images

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