Butterflies of a Cambridge Meadow - Lens and screen clothRegular price £4.00 Save £-4.00
- Christmas Delivery
Georita Harriott, Butterflies of a Cambridge Meadow, 2019
Georita Harriott is a botanical artist local to Cambridge with whom we have worked on a number of projects. She created the Butterflies of a Cambridge Meadow range for the Museum of Zoology, which has a large collection of butterfly specimens including some donated by David Attenborough. Amidst Harriott's design the butterfly enthusiastic will be able to spot familiar British species such as the orange tip, the heath fritillary, and the marbled white. This micro fibre cloth is ideal for convenient no fuss cleaning of all lenses, including glasses, mobile phones, and laptop screens.
- Lens/screen micro fibre cloth with backing card
- Cloth size: 15 x 15 cm
- Packaged in compostable starch cello bag
Please be aware that the last order date for delivery before Christmas in the UK is the 17th of December.
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