Titanic Quarter Belfast Screen Printed Artist Tea Towel

£12.00

This sketch is a little nod to the historic shipbuilding industry that flourished in Belfast during the early 1900's.

Shipbuilding and Linen were Belfast's exporting gold. These industries gave Belfast worldwide status that attracted tradesmen and women from all over Ireland to settle and make a better life for themselves.

A few years ago this area was dull and derelict. Now it's a space buzzing with life and opportunity. It's the new Belfast skyline for me. A welcoming 'hello' and a clear indication you're in Belfast.

Details + This tea towel is printed on high grade 100% linen. 

Measurements +  48 x 78 cm (30.7 x 18.9 inches)

Helpful Info + Each towel comes individually gift boxed. Presentation is super important to us here at Flax Fox, plus it's one less thing for you to think about.

Why we love it + Our tea towels make an original hostess gift or ideal souvenir to take home from Northern Ireland.

If I buy a print online, how will it be shipped? / All prints will be rolled and sent in a hard shell postal tube, I find this is the safest way to ensure prints arrive safe and sound.

Are your tea towels machine washable? / Yes! Tea towels are all professionally printed. We recommend they are washed at 40 degrees (although from experience I regularly throw mine in at 60 and they are still great!).

Are your mugs dishwasher safe? / Also, yes! All my mugs, bone china or no bone china can be washed in the dishwasher.

What sizes do your prints come in? / The standard size for Giclée Prints are A4 and Super A3 (slightly bigger than a standard A3). Originals are normally printed on 50cm x 70cm paper.

Can you make your work in larger or smaller sizes? / Yes, I’m very happy to resize my work so please contact me and let me know what size you’re looking for.

Do you offer any bulk discounts? / Contact me if you’re looking at buying a large volume in any of my products, perhaps you’re using them for a wedding or another event. I’ll be very happy to work with you to figure out a bulk discount.

Can you choose what goes into the gift box? / Yes, just let me know what items you’d like included and we’ll go from there!

How can I save on shipping costs? / I now offer Click and Collect (collection at St. Georges Market) if you’re local to Belfast or visiting. Just select Click and Collect on checkout and we’ll have your items packaged and ready for collection.

What is the difference between a Giclée and Original Art? / My original artwork is sketched and designed on paper and scanned into the computer. A Giclée is a reproduction print from my original art. 

We post items different ways depending on the product type. This is both for cost and for protection of the artwork. All our products are dispatched from the United Kingdom.

Please note that for any product, we now offer at Free Click and Collect service from the St. George's Market Belfast, please select this option on checkout if shopping locally. 

Tea Towels & Tshirts

These are squidgy and unbreakable, so carefully package them and pop them in a Ziffy bag.
Usually ready to dispatch in 1-3 business days

Prints

These are delicate, so we very carefully roll them with tissue paper and put them in a hard shell poster tube.
Usually ready to dispatch in 1-3 business days

Stationery

These are postcards, so they love to travel, but we make sure they travel comfortably in hard backed envelope.
Usually ready to dispatch in 1-3 business days

UK

Click and Collect on any purchase (at St. George's Market) - FREE 

Purchase Under £10   –   £1.50 GBP
Purchase £10-£25   –   £3.50 GBP
Purchase Over £25   –   £6.50 GBP

EUROPE (IRELAND)

Under £10   –   £3.00 GBP
£10-£25   –   £6.00 GBP
Over £25   –   £8.50 GBP

REST OF WORLD 

Under £7.50  –   £3.50 GBP  
£7.50 - £25   –   £6.50 GBP
Over £25   –   £10.00 GBP

AUSTRALIA /NEW ZEALAND

Under £7.50  –   £4.00 GBP  
£7.50 - £25   –   £7.50 GBP
Over £25   –   £11.00 GBP

Each print is from an original artwork by Danielle Morgan

Danielle draws her inspiration from local Northern Ireland landmarks and heritage buildings.

About Danielle

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