Let this bookmark find its mark between your pages and save your spot for your. Perfect for a book about folklore, Britain a fantasy novel or just the book that has you enchanted at the moment.
The bookmark has full colour printing on both sides and has a high gloss finish. The front side shows Robin Hood as a anonymous hooded archer. The back is a plain inky green and black background and also lists details about the piece and the artist. The bookmark has been printed on 300gr card and is approximately 49 x 174mm in size.
“The Hooded Man” is an acrylic painting of the legendary outlaw and archer from British folkore, Robin Hood. He has also been known as Robin of Sherwood and Robin of Locksley (Loxley). In the realms of Nottingham, he lived in Sherwood forest together with his Merry Men. Some amongst this group were Little John, Will Scarlett, Much the Miller’s Son, Allan-a-Dale and Friar Tuck. The band of outlaws would steal from the rich and give to the poor and were constantly hounded by the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham and Guy of Gisburne.
Each bookmark is wrapped in cellophane to protect in from the elements during transit. It will be posted in a sturdy card envelope or in a card box if sent together with other bulkier item.
Quick View Specifications:
-Printed in full colour and high gloss on both sides
-Printed on 300gr card
-Approx. dimension: 49 x 174mm
-This is an unlimited run and is therefore not numbered
-Please be aware that actual colours may be different to your screen display.
-Please be aware that you will receive one single bookmark.