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British Icons Bookend Range

Susan Bradley Design

$26.09


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Celebrating iconic British design in the form of a functional bookend. Designed & made in England.

Total

$26.09

UK delivery only

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Product description

Celebrating iconic British design in the form of a functional bookend. Designed & made in England.

The K2 Phone box was designed by Sir Giles Gilbery Scott , who was also the architect of Battersea Power Station and Bankside Power Station (now the Tate Modern in London). It made its first appearance in 1926.

Red became the standard colour for a British postbox in 1874, it took ten years before every box in the UK had been repainted!

Sold individually (not a pair)

Care: clean with a soft damp cloth.

Variations

Post Box and Phone Box. We also do London Landmark Bookend and Iconic Transport Bookends ranges.

Overview

  • Made in Britain

Dimensions

Post Box Bookend: H18 x W14 x D12cm

Phone Box Bookend: H18 x W14 x D12cm

Made from

Coated steel. Made in England

Product code

147603


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Overall product rating

4.9 out of 5

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UK delivery only

Delivery info

Sent by Royal Mail, first class post. Usually despatched within 3 working days.

Returns

You have 28 days, from receipt of cancellable goods, to notify the seller if you wish to cancel your order or exchange an item.

Please note: goods that are personalised, bespoke or made-to-order to your specific requirements, perishable products and personal items sold with a hygiene seal (cosmetics, underwear) in instances where the seal is broken are non-refundable, unless faulty.

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Susan Bradley Design

North Yorkshire, GB

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