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Last Christmas Posting Dates 2018

December 07, 2018

Last Christmas Posting Dates 2018

It's that time of year again (how did that happen?!).

We moved into our new Bath studio on Monday and although we are surrounded by boxes we are still fulfilling orders as usual. This is pretty good going, as we moved house too and I still can't find my socks.

Final posting dates (deadline for same day posting is midday) are as follows:

Tuesday December 18th UK Second Class Signed For
Thursday December 20th UK First Class Signed For
Friday December 21st UK Special delivery
Friday December 14th Europe, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada Tracked and Signed

So there's still time to get your brutalist architecture Christmas cards as featured on Retro to Go, WowHaus, Fast Company, Curbed and NOTCOT or some limited edition art prints for your walls!

Happy Christmas everyone!

Emma




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