- Printed on 300gsm FSC certified paper
- Unframed: 21 x 29.7cm
- A4 Framed: 24 x 33cm
- A3 Framed with mount: 32.5 x 45cm
Featuring beautiful monochrome illustrations of all the things that make Jedburgh wonderful. Lovingly drawn by Lucy in her garden studio, this print includes Allerley Well Park, Abbey View Cafe and Oisin, amongst other Jedburgh favourites.
This print is part of a collection of over 200 locations ranging from Jedburgh to Greenwich, you could buy a set of LucyLovesThis prints to create a personalised journey of the places that are special for you. Whether it’s the place you were born, went to university, bought your first house or your favourite holiday destination.
As well as gifts for yourself (the best kind) our prints make great wedding, housewarming or birthday gifts. Either buy this print as is, or get it personalised with their names and a significant date.
All of our prints are designed and made in Britain.
Your print is carefully packaged in a biodegradable cello bag, before being mailed in a sturdy envelope.
Your print is carefully wrapped in recycled corrugated cardboard then packaged in a cardboard box. We offer a full professional framing service for our prints with the option of an A4 or A3 size frame. They are made from solid wood and handmade in the UK. We use high-quality acrylic glazing that is indistinguishable from glass and is a safe option for hanging artwork.
Add an extra layer of love and gift wrap your print in our exclusive LucyLovesThis tissue paper. If you've chosen one of our items as a gift, enter the recipient's address at checkout and we'll send it straight to them.
OUR GREEN MISSION
We have signed up to the United Nation's Race to Zero campaign and are committed to ensuring our business not only has a minimal impact on the world but indeed has a positive one. We have eliminated as much plastic as possible from all our packaging and products. Our prints and cards come in biodegradable cellophane, our frames come wrapped in cardboard and our prints are printed on the most sustainable paper we could find.