Night, and Her Train of Stars (Poster)
Night, and Her Train of Stars fantasy 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