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The Worcester Colour Palette art print

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Worcester art prints are great gift ideas for friends from Worcestershire.

Celebrate the city and its landmarks with this Worcester Colour Palette premium quality Worcester poster print available in A2 and A3 sizes, ready for you to frame.

Worcester Art Print:

  • Dimensions: A2 (59cm x 42cm) or A3 (42cm x 29.7cm)
  • Landscape orientation
  • Great fade resistant qualities
  • Smooth satin surface
  • Great new home gift!

The Worcester Colour Palette:

Elgar Bronze for Worcester’s most famous son - composer Sir Edward Elgar

Saucy Orange for Worcestershire’s delicious condiment sauce

Hive Gold for the gold-clad building, home to the City of Worcester public library

Cathedral Stone for the last resting place of King John

Diglis Deep Blue for Diglis Lock, the largest and deepest inland lock in England

Pear Black for the black Worcester pear which appears in both the city crest and the badge of Worcestershire County Cricket Club

Colour Palette Company review:

‘I so love your company. I have already bought a London palette for my son who has emigrated to Sydney, Australia. My latest two are for young people I know who are at Nottingham Trent and will also be getting the Newcastle one for me. Love this whole idea!’

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Sally B.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Colour Palette poster

Easy to order quick delivery. Love the poster and can’t wait to frame it and get it on our wall. Thankyou x

Naomi B.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Loved by all ages

Bought by an oldster for a fellow oldster, but the youngsters in the family also thought it was groovy. Took longer than I thought to arrive, but it made it just in time for the birthday date. I ordered A2 and bought an A2 frame, print was just a shade over the size to fit in. Not sure if it’s the fault of the print or the frame, but was able to take slivers off both sides without spoiling it. Lovely idea - something to thank lockdown for.