Waverley on the Clyde 6X16

Waverley on the Clyde 6X16
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Waverley, On The Clyde
Ceramic Picture Tile 6"x16"


Paddle Steamer Waverley is the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world. Built on the Clyde in 1947 for the London and North Eastern Railway, she is named after Sir Walter Scott’s first novel and indeed carries a portrait of Edward Waverley on her paddle boxes.

Pictured here on the River Clyde, she sails between April and October each year in the waters of Scotland, England and Wales.


The tile is supplied inside a presentation box, with a black felt covered backing and 2 hanging hooks, both of which can easily be removed if the tile is to be fixed to a wall. 


This item can be Gift Wrapped, complete with Gift Tag to include a personalised message.  Please select GIFT WRAP from main menu.


 Note :   Because each tile is hand crafted there will be slight variances from tile to tile

Product CodeWAV01

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