There are two options to choose from for this stylish A4 print. It’s printed on matt 200gsm paper/card, and delivered in a clear protective bag and hardback envelope.
It features The Grove in Carshalton. The bridge goes over a cascade of water. This unusual angle of the leafy park would look lovely in your home.
Option One: Have you heard this old 18th-century folk rhyme before?
Sutton for Mutton
Carshalton for Beeves
Epsom for Whores
Ewell for Thieves
Mutton is sheep meat and Beeves is beef. In the time of author Daniel Defoe, Epsom had quite a reputation. Around the Epsom Salts springs site, they would host many parties and out-of-town visitors would stay in Epsom itself – lots went on apparently.
Option Two: A simple typographic approach that reads, The bridge over the Cascade.
Please note: Due to printing processes there may be some slight colour variation between the printed product and what you see on the screen