The Dronfield oak started growing in 1341 and was cut in 1429. In the late 17th century it was used to build Dronfield Hall, Derbyshire, from which it was recently removed and scientifically dated. So for over 230 years it's use is a mystery- another building long gone? Oak was often re-used from dismantled sailing ships-imagine that!
It is available in an open edition of each colour
Printed by hand burnishing onto Heritage rag paper.
Image size: 24cm x 22cm
Mount window 27cm x25cm
Fulfilment time 3 days print / 14 days mounted UK orders Print/mounted : Free shipping Overseas orders: print available 3-17 business days £10 shipping