An individual cotton hankie screenprinted with a vintage map of your choice of favourite city location.
Choose from our selected UK locations; a place evoking happy holiday memories, a romantic get-away or maybe your home or university town.
We source vintage maps to inspire our products, thus creating a historical yet contemporary item of interest - featuring for example old railway stations and streets that no may longer exist.
Each handkerchief is individually hand printed in the Mr.PS studio in Manchester.
Sold singly, it comes folded and packed in a cellophane sleeve, wrapped with an embossed paper band.
You can also choose to have your present gift wrapped: grey paper with a white grosgrain ribbon, sealed with a gold disc sticker, with a screenprinted deco-green dotty pattern notecard, handwritten with your message.
Choose from the following towns and cities:
Central London: Available in cobalt blue, and red. Street map covers Soho Square to Charing Cross.
Not Far From London; available in red, grey & midnight blue. The vintage road map stretches as far as Baldock, Gillingham, Horsham, Bracknell. The centre of the image shows London with the River Thames meandering through.
Manchester; available in red, charcoal grey, and midnight blue. Includes Victoria and Oxford Road railway stations as well as the Town Hall and Royal Exchange Theatre, Strangeways, and the Northern Quarter.
Leeds; available in red and midnight blue. The map includes Kirkgate Market and the original Quarry Hill Flats.
Glasgow; available in red, charcoal grey and midnight blue. The featured area includes Glasgow Green, the Necropolis, the Royal Botanic Gardens and Kelvingrove Park. The River Clyde runs across the middle.
York; available in red only. Shows sections of the city wall, York Minster, the castle and the station.
Bristol; available in red, and sky blue. The map includes Bristol University, Redcliffe, St Pauls, St Philips, and Temple Meads railway station.
Liverpool; available in red, and sky blue. This map shows the original docks and shipping routes, and the sites of the two cathedrals.
Edinburgh; available in red, and charcoal grey. Shows the main sights of interest in the city centre and includes Arthurs Seat, and the Royal Botanic Garden.
Brighton; available in red, and sky blue. Includes Palace Pier and the erstwhile West Pier; the train stations, the Lanes and Queens Park.
Cambridge; available in red, aqua, violet. Includes all of the University colleges, as well as the River Cam or Granta, and open spaces such as Midsummer Common and Parker's Piece.
Sheffield; available in red, and grey. Shows the Crucible Theatre, the University; also the Botanical Gardens and Sheffield Utd Football ground.