STRANGFORD

Strangford village, County Down.

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Description

The village of Strangford sits near the mouth of Strangford Lough in County Down. Strangford is popular as a port for the regular vehicle ferry between the village and Portaferry.

The name Strangford is derived from the old Viking/Norse Strangr-fjǫrðr, meaning ‘strong fjord’ due to the very strong tidal currents flowing through ‘The Narrows’ – the mouth of Strangford Lough.

Wikipedia >>

www.visitstrangfordlough.co.uk

 

 

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PRINTS
All prints produced with the highest quality long-life archive inks on 250g heavyweight paper and are supplied rolled in strong 7.5cm (3″) diameter postal tubes for reduced curl and safe transport. The pictures supplied suit standard frame sizes that are available in many furnishing and hardware stores such as Ikea.

The black outline is to show the edges of the print and to demonstrate what the print would look like in a frame. The finished prints do NOT have the jskelly.co.uk watermarks shown in the previews on screen.

I post pictures all over the world. So, if you have a loved one in far off places, enter their delivery address at checkout and I’ll happily ship to them directly.

Prints are shipped rolled-up in strong, wide postal tubes, ready for framing.

UK – Royal Mail 1st Class usually takes just 1 to 2 working days.
International – Standard (from approximately $10) or Tracked and Signed (from approximately $15) typically takes 7 to 10 days to the USA.

I always do my best to ensure that orders are shipped within 1 or 2 working days.

Prices shown are for the art prints only. I can supply them framed but for collection only – Framed pictures cannot be shipped.

I supply one type of frame – plain black with no mount/surround.

Framed pictures can be collected from my home studio or from my stand at St George’s Market in Belfast on Sundays.

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