Prudhoe Wood Bauble
These baubles are hand crafted using 3 layers of plywood.
The baubles depict a snowy scene of one of our many charming North East locations, with the hand painted snowy sky as the background layer, one of our hand drawn North East landmarks as the centre layer, finished off with a ring of text (name of either the landmark or the location) for the final top layer.
Ribbon: Ribbon included. Colour is randomly allocated unless otherwise specified.
Size: Approx. 75mm in diameter.
Disclaimer: Our products are made from natural materials therefore may vary slightly in appearance to the images shown
Please Note: The artwork engraved onto this product is an original illustration, hand drawn and designed by Coastin' Along Ltd. who own all copyrights to the design.
A small but mighty village in Northumberland just south of the River Tyne. The name Prudhoe is derived from anglo-saxon and roughly translates to "proud spur of land", which is quite fitting for the home of the only medieval fortification in Northumberland never to have been captured by the Scots during their invasion attempts. The bauble's illustration depicts the view of the famously impenetrable Prudhoe Castle from the entrance gate.