Watercolour design for Dunbar Hay Ltd, a gallery-cum-shop founded in 1936 by Cecilia Dunbar Kilburn and Athole Hay. The business sold furniture, ceramics, fabrics and patterns, and traded for four years before being bombed during World War Two. Much of the stock and all of the business records were destroyed, but when the shop existed it flourished as a place where good design could be found. In this print we have simple objects beautifully arranged: kettle, teapot, breadboard, matches, a pair of scissors – all humble. But since so much of our lives get lived at the kitchen or dining room table, so richly evocative.Giclée print, Limited Edition (1/950) on 310gms thick, 100% cotton rag.Hand-numbered and hand-embossed.Image Size: 370 mm x 490 mmPaper Size: 600 mm x 500 mmEdition Size: 950
We've framed this stunning piece with a lovely generous neutral off white mount board, and a nicely moulded profile with a
and a nicely moulded profile with a traditional gesso chalky finish
, and finally glazed with a high quality glass.
Ready to hang on your wall.
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