What is a Giclée print?
The word Giclée (“g-clay”), is derived from the French verb gicler meaning “to squirt or spray”. It is a process that uses a 12 colour ink jet printer, acid free papers, and pigment based archival inks. This insures that your prints will never degrade or yellow over time and allows a better longevity, light fastness and stability. In short - Giclée printing provides a superior quality print that is believed to never fade.
What is a Limited Edition Print?
Limited edition refers to the number of prints that are available for that particular artwork. The number of prints in an edition is determined by the artist and once that number of prints has been sold they will not be reproduced.
Do you sell your prints in other sizes?
At the moment we are just selling the prints as the sizes listed on the website but are planning to release larger sizes in the future. If you had a size in mind do get contact us and we may be able to help you! Or you can sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page to stay updated with new product releases.
What kind of paper you use?
Our fine art prints are all printed on eco friendly 290gsm Hahnemuhle bamboo paper. Hahnemühle Bamboo is the world’s first FineArt inkjet paper made from 90% bamboo fibres, and 10% cotton for a natural look and environmentally friendly paper production. The natural white, warm-toned bamboo paper does not contain optical brighteners, and stands out thanks to its soft, lightly textured felt structure and sensual feel. The matt premium inkjet coating delivers excellent printing results with defined reproduction of colour and detail. Bamboo is acid- and lignin-free and meets the most precise requirements in terms of age resistance. The unique combination of sustainable bamboo fibres, soft surface texture and impressive print quality gives the artwork outstanding expression and soul.
Where are your prints printed?
All prints are printed in the UK.
Where are your throws made?
Throws are woven from recycled cotton. Grown, spun and woven by a small boutique textile mill in North Carolina, USA.
How do I wash my throw?
Hand wash or machine wash in front loading washer separately; in cold water and on a delicate cycle; mild detergent. No bleach. Line dry or dry on cool cycle only.
How do I hang my woven throw as a tapestry?
Our throws also look great hung as tapestries! There are many different ways to hang a textile, you can use pins, clips, or a quilt hanger. Below is a great resource for how to hang blankets:
Are your products sustainable?
Yes. All our products are created with sustainability and ethical manufacturing at the core. Read more about this on our sustainability page.
We have made every effort to display our products and their colours as accurately as possible. However I cannot guarantee that your phone or computer monitor's display will accurately match ours. If you have any concerns about colours or co-ordinating with your room, we are very happy to help, please get in touch via our contact page.
What if a product is out of stock?
Should a product you would like to purchase be out of stock, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be able to let you know if the item will be available again.
Are you available for bespoke work or collaborations?
Rosanna is available for bespoke work and collaborations. Please email email@example.com with your specific idea or request or read more about our bespoke services here.
How long will it take for my Rosanna Corfe order to arrive?
Please allow 1 week following dispatch for delivery and longer for international orders. If there any delays with your order we will contact you.
Do you ship Internationally?
Yes we do. Shipping costs are calculated at check-out based on your location.
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