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  • Preshrunk, moisture wicking tri-blend fabric 50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon jersey
  • 4.3 oz (145gsm) mid-weight soft fabric with vintage look
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  • Ethically sourced
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"Wild Roses on the Wolds"
Designed by Glenn Marshall
“Wild Roses on the Wolds” Original watercolour by Glenn Marshall 30” x 22” Painted on Saunders Waterford 140lb CP paper with Winsor & Newton artists paints July is the month for wild roses. They adorn the hedgerows of the Wolds with their beauty and their scent. These are ‘Dog Roses’ and are supported by hawthorn hedges here on the Wykeham Road. They are called ‘dog’ roses after the Old English usage of the word which simply meant ‘common’. The hawthorn used to have an Old English name too – quick thorn. ‘Quick’ used to mean ‘living’ and became attached to the hawthorn when it began to be used as boundaries instead of (dead) stone walls.
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"Wild Roses on the Wolds" by Glenn Marshall