Lady of the Lake (Print)
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- If your country is not listed below, then we do not ship to your country.
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.
Postage is PER CATEGORY. Most items (cards, jewellery etc) are in the Standard category. 'Bulky' (larger and/or low-value) items are in a 'Bulky' category. If you order standard and bulky items together, both postage fees will apply.
Large art prints (30cm sq., A3 mounted and above) are also in their own category and have an additional charge. These items can only be shipped within the UK.
|Location||Delivery cost||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, New Zealand||
||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.|
** Jersey/Guernsey orders over £135 are subject to GST. You are liable for any import charges or taxes.
About Chris DownChris Down is a self-taught artist/illustrator, who has has had over a thousand images published in more than fifty books. He is Inspired by the works of the Pre-Raphaelites, 19th century symbolists, art nouveau, late 20th century fantasy artists, 9th/10th century illuminated manuscripts and dark age craftsman. Chris originally concentrated on both Celtic art and pen and ink work for books; in 2005, he took up digital figurative painting. In 2017, the publication of the Celtic Tarot saw what Chris considers to be the culmination of 20 years worth of work and development as an artist. View more by Chris Down.
Source: Printed in the UK