Checkout our All Manx Sayings on Victorian illustrations on prints & tea towels. Ideal for the family home.
28 Sayings on 1 design including:
– 7 kingdoms! I can’t see a thing (Snaefell)
– Alright yessir!
– Big feet no bread in the house
– Bit fresh out there bey!
– Blowing a hoolie out there bey!
– Chips, Cheese & Gravy!
– Damn you Crellin’s Hill
– Day trip to Ramsey
– Drive all the way to Douglas!
– Finding the best spot for watching the bikes
– Got any skeet
– How you walk through Pully at night
– I love the smell of kippers in the morning
– It’s not a turnip, it’s a moot!
– Let play hide & seek (Manx wallabies)
– Links fahren
– Moghrey Mie
– On the last tonight fella
– Speak up, Gef (Dalby spook)
– Thank you for flying Manx Airlines
– There’s a boat in the morning
– Traa dy liooar
– Waiting for your Aquadrome clothing basket
– We love the beer tent
– When the Outback lights go on
– Where is that mouse (Ginny witch)
– Wish I was a Peel girl
For individual designs please see here (posters & greeting cards) visit:
•• INFO ••
Professionally printed on high quality and sustainable matt 200gsm paper and using a vibrant 12-colour digital ink process, allowing our prints to remain vibrant and vivid over time. As standard we roll all travel prints in a reinforced tube using acid-free tissue paper, meaning your modern wall art will arrive in perfect condition.
•• PRINTS ••
– Printed on high quality 200gsm photo paper
– Unframed print
– Available sizes: A3 & A4
•• TEA TOWELS ••
– NATURAL 100% Premium Cotton
– Hemmed on 2 Sides with
– Handing loop included
– Approx. 51 x 78cm
Colours may vary slightly, depending on your computer screen settings. Images are for mock-ups only, item may have a slightly different sizing of the design in the item.
All orders take between 1 to 2 weeks process (design and manufacture).
* Each product is printed to order, so unless there is a fault with the item returns or exchanges are not accepted .*
Design & illustration by Manx Nostalgia ©2021.
All rights reserved.
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Blank frame mockups: Freepik.com