Florentine paper cylinder with coloured pencils

Decorated with exquisite paper hand marbled in Florence using 17th century techniques, this pretty...

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HB970

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Product Code
HB970

Decorated with exquisite paper hand marbled in Florence using 17th century techniques, this pretty cylinder holds a range of twelve brightly coloured crayons.

Please note, each piece is individual in its design due to being a hand-printed artisan product, meaning you have a unique item that is exclusive to you.

Composition

paper and wood

Delivery

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Order Total up to $150

$10.00 $7.00 $14.00 $28.00

Order Total over $150
 
FREE $7.00 $14.00 $28.00

Please allow 7-10 working days for delivery to USA

Returns

As part of our introduction to Cotswold Collections we are offering a free returns service from the US using USPS. You have 14 days from receipt of your order to make a return, for a refund or exchange. For further information on our returns policy click here >

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Founded in Britain in 1993

Founded in Britain in 1993

Exclusive collections designed in-house in the Cotswolds

We specialise in creating garments with supreme comfort and a flattering fit, which form considered outfits that stand on their own as well as seamlessly combining with your existing wardrobe; from versatile essentials to luxurious investment pieces, for style that lasts a lifetime.

Supreme quality and Heritage

Supreme quality and Heritage

Working with our suppliers to maintain the highest quality 

With heritage mills and small family-run businesses, where techniques are handed down through generations for exceptional craftsmanship and quality, we carefully source premium fabrics from around the world and manufacture more than half our garments in Britain.