Made in Britain
can be personalised
Celebrate your precious memories with this personalised print of your home and travels abroad.
NOW OFFERING A FRAMING SERVICE
When ordering your design, choose your destination at home and your destination abroad. The name/s, location, event and date are all placed underneath the 2 Country map silhouettes.
You can now choose from a heart, star, or target pin point and from a palette of twelve different colours.
We all have those special places around the world that we have been lucky enough to visit, locations that we will always be treasured. Whether it a gap year, various holiday destinations, a world trip romance or an exquisite honeymoon. Geography is a snapshot to memories and special occasions.
We offer a choice of framed or unframed print. All our frames are handmade in Kent, with a choice of a solid white or ash wood moulding frame. When framed the total size of the item is 12x14 inches. Each framed print comes with a textured antique white mount.
Please allow an additional 4-5 working days for delivery if framing option is chosen. Framed prints are sent Signed for Royal mail.
Please note framing is only available in our 10x8 inch print.
The Deluxe Print is of Art Gallery Standard and the colour vibrancy will last over 100 years. The bespoke design is printed on 100% St Cuthberts Mill Cotton Rag Satin 225gsm.
Arriving in perfect condition, ready-packaged in a clear cellophane envelope with backboard.
. Sent first class with Royal Mail. The print arrives ready for you to immediately gift-wrap or will fit easily into a standard size frame.
The print dimensions are 10x8 inches or 16x12 inches.
We are very proud to have been able to source St Cuthbert's Mill Parchment for our Deluxe Print, as it is widely regarded as the finest paper in the world and we believe that, hands-down, it produces the finest print.
Most of our map silhouettes are hand drawn in our studio to order, so any location can be chosen. However we are very grateful to have sourced some of the map outlines from Daniel Dalet d-maps.