Damselfly fairy poster by Alexandra Dawe.
This poster is printed to order and therefore shipping will take up to five working days.
Printed using long-lasting inks on semi-gloss archival quality paper. There’s a small white border on all sides to allow you to to frame the poster without losing part of the image. To protect it during transit, it’s also board-backed and wrapped in a compostable sleeve.
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Shipping timescales - all destinations
Orders are normally dispatched the next working day after an order is placed, with the exception of orders containing print-to-order items. Print-to-order items will take up to five working days to dispatch. If you are ordering other items and need them sooner than this, please order them separately.
|Location||Delivery cost PER ORDER||Delivery timescales|
|United Kingdom, Jersey**, Guernsey**||
||Shipped via Royal Mail First Class. Delivery usually next day after shipping, but can be much longer during busy or disrupted periods. Contact us if order has not arrived after 7 working days.|
|Australia, Canada, New Zealand, USA/United States||
||Shipped via Airmail. Larger orders are tracked and/or require a signature. Delivery usually within 7 working days after shipping, but can be much longer during busy or disrupted periods. Contact us if order has not arrived after 14 working days.|
* Bulky orders: To cover our postage costs, we charge extra for larger or low-value bulky items. Where the charge applies, this is clearly indicated on the product page.
** Jersey/Guernsey orders over £135 are subject to GST. You are liable for any import charges or taxes.
About Alexandra DaweA fan of folklore, legend and fairytales, the movie 'Labyrinth' gave Alexandra a lifelong love of the artwork of Brian and Wendy Froud. The documentary, 'The Making of Labyrinth' led her to a career making models, props and special effects for TV and films.
After taking a break to have a family, Alexandra began painting the many fantasy and folklore images in locked away in her head, some of which you can buy here. View more by Alexandra Dawe.
Source: Printed in the UK