The Fighting Temeraire Christmas Decoration
Feel inspired this Christmas by this beautiful ship-shaped decoration, inspired by Turner's The Fighting Temeraire.
Exclusively designed for the National Gallery, this stunning decoration features all the breath-taking detail of Turner's renowned original, with intricate beaded detail and a gold-painted finish. This decoration will make the perfect finishing touch to any tree this Christmas and is guaranteed to become a firm favourite of the entire family.
This exclusive collection of art inspired decorations are specially crafted by artisan co-operatives in Thailand and India and produced exclusively from ethically sourced Fair Trade materials.
St. Nicolas create handmade Christmas decorations. For the last 25 years they have worked with a small charity in Thailand helping disadvantaged rural women. Today, 200 skilled women work at home sewing their decorations. Their Christmas decorations are made using the rare and traditional method of zardozi embroidery, a respected skill handed down from generation to generation.
|Dimensions||13 x 11 cm|
|material||Synthetic, Metallic Thread|
|artist||Joseph Mallord William Turner|
|painting||The Fighting Temeraire|
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