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Sunset at Stanage Edge - Throw Cushion

Code: L009

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Handmade cushions which are soft yet hard wearing and available in either faux suede or linen. Each cushion is individually cut and sewn by hand and features the image on either one or two sides. The covers are also washable at 30°
Single sided linen prints have a white coloured backing and zipper as standard.
Single sided faux suede prints have a stone coloured backing and zipper as standard.
Comes complete with a 100% polyester fibre insert.

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Throw cushions are made to order and usually shipped within 4-5 business days. Please see my FAQ page for further information on shipping times to your location.

ABOUT THE IMAGE

An evening at Stanage Edge with the last rays of sunlight illuminating the Hope Valley.

Stanage Edge, or simply Stanage (from "stone edge") is a gritstone escarpment in the Peak District, England, famous as a location for climbing. The northern part of the edge forms the border between the High Peak of Derbyshire and Sheffield in South Yorkshire, with the highest point being High Neb at 458 metres (1,503 ft) above sea level. In the past the area was quarried to produce grindstones and some can still be seen on the hillside - carved, but never removed.

Also available as a set of three canvases - click on the 'Related Image' to view details.


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