A hand processed and printed image using traditional black and white photography techniques by photographer Jonathan Bradley from his series ‘Ephemerids’.
You can almost feel the muscle strain as this cyclist makes it up the hill in Prudhoe, Northumberland. Someone give him a push!
This is a hand processed and printed image using traditional black and white photography techniques by photographer Jonathan Bradley from his series ‘Ephemerids’. You can read more about the photographer and the series by clicking on the following.
How could we resist these striking frames especially when we love the Kiko Frames so. With the thick black frame and full glass inners they are perfect for photos, mementos, feathers, whatever takes your fancy! We would love to see some pictures of what you put in yours. Made of wood and glass Available in…
Sold in a set of 6, these glass tea light holders can either be used as standard tea light holders or can float on water creating a magical glow with the rustic silver flickering against the water. Made of recycled glass Approximately 5cm in diameter Colour: antique silver Sold in a set of 6
A beautiful addition to any shelf or sideboard this stylish seagull can preside over proceedings. Flat metal figure mounted in a block of recycled black plastic. 23.5cm x 27cm Not suitable for children
Bring a touch of feline fancy to your kitchen with this set of two pussy cat tea towels. 100% cotton 70cm x 50cm
Make sleepless nights a thing of the past and let this fearless frog guard over your good night’s sleep. Powered by solar energy and made using recycled steel. Powder coated steel 18.2cm x 16.2cm Includes solar-powered tea-light, sun shaped solar panel and instructions for use. Not to be used as a toy Made in UK