Curling by Jozef Sekalski Christmas card pack (10 cards)

Curling by Jozef Sekalski Christmas card pack (10 cards)

£6.99

Beautiful pack of ten festive cards, each with the same design featuring the wood engraving on paper, Curling by Jozef Sekalski from the National Galleries of Scotland Collection.

Merry Christmas message inside with plenty room for your own additional messages and complete with white envelopes for each card. Printed in the United Kingdom on 330gsm FSC mix credit, silk finish card. 10 cards presented in compostable starch bag.

This elegant black and white engraving print shows a gentleman curling, on a frozen loch. Curling is a sport where players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards a target area to score points. It is thought that curling was invented in Scotland in the 16th Century.

Josef Sekalski was a Polish artist who lived and worked in Scotland. He joined the Polish Forces in exile in the United Kingdom during World War II. He remained in St. Andrews, in Fife, Scotland, after the war, with his partner Roberta Hodges, a painter herself. They had their studio in their own home, The Bell Rock House, at St. Andrews Harbour.

  • Size 12.5 x 17.5 cm
  • Quantity Pack of 10 Christmas cards and envelopes
  • Message inside Merry Christmas
  • FSC certified product Made from certified responsibly managed forests
  • Packaging Compostable material

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