A Group of Seashells - Lens and screen cloth

A Group of Seashells - Lens and screen cloth

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Georita Harriott, A Group of Seashells
A beautifully detailed composition of seashells by Cambridgeshire artist Georita Harriott, inspired by the diverse shell collection of the Museum of Zoology. This microfibre cloth can be used to clean a wide range of lens including spectacles, sunglasses, tablet and laptop screens, camera lenses, and more.
Product details:
  • Lens/screen micro fibre cloth with backing card
  • Cloth size: 15 x 15 cm

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