This intricately designed silver plated 3 dimensional decoration is made exclusively for St Paul's Cathedral and is presented in a patterned gift box inspired by the iron work in the Cathedral.
The decoration itself is protected with an anti-tarnish layer and the base measures 5cm x 8.5cm and the height is approximately 5cm (not including hanging ribbon).
A fold out leaflet inside the box explains some of the history of Wren's great masterpiece and information on Wren himself, together with colour photographs of the cathedral and details from the railings that have inspired the packaging. The box measures 14cm x 14cm x 6cm.
The decoration is designed and made in Ireland by Newbridge Silverware.
About our Supplier:
Since 1934, Newbridge Silverware has been Ireland's premier designer and producer of home ware and gift products.
The cavalry barracks in Newbridge was the largest overseas base in the British Empire, housing some 3,000 troops. The Light Brigade from the Crimean War came from Newbridge. When the Army vacated in 1921 a huge economic vacuum was left so local people who had the skills and the equipment were encouraged to form a new enterprise, and so began the Newbridge Cutlery Company.