Please note that if you do not fill in the boxes for customisation we will send your print blank as default!
This Spring we are celebrating the language and symbolism of flowers which are beginning to bloom again after another long winter. A perfect gift for the botanical enthusiasts in your life, each detailed floral illustration has been hand painted by Carol in the London studio.
The lily of the valley was one of the British flowers featured in the coronation bouquet Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. It holds a wealth of meaning, including serenity, youth and remembrance. Also known as the May Lily, according to pagan legend, this delicate bunch has been associated with the purity of the goddess Ostara, who shares an etymological link with the Christian celebration of Easter.
Available blank, with no text at the top, for the Platinum Jubilee or if you'd prefer a custom occasion or name simply fill this information in where indicated. If you would prefer to receive the print with out the text that explains the symbolism, let us know in the notes section upon check out.
The print comes in three sizes: A4, A3 and A2.
A4 dimensions - 21cm x 29.7 cm
A3 dimensions - 29.7 cm x 42 cm
A2 dimensions - 42 x 59.4cm
A4 & A3 prints are printed on Museum Quality 310gsm fine art paper with a smooth texture
All our prints are Giclée fine art prints, ensuring that they are the best quality we can achieve. We use 12 pigments inks to create every single piece, meaning that your art print is guaranteed to last up to 100 years.
Please be aware that different computers produce colours differently so colours may look different on your actual print to how they appear on your screen.
All prints come unframed, frames are just for display inspiration only.
A4 & A3 prints come board backed, wrapped in a protective cellophane case, branded tissue paper and packaged in a board backed envelope; A2's come wrapped in tissue & rolled postal tube.