Print of what was originally a wall hanging, dating from around 1850-1860. It is one of nine wall hangings now in collection of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, which were produced by the Working Men's Educational Union and used in lectures to illustrate the latest advances in knowledge. The Working Men's Educational Union was a philanthropic society that aimed to provide education to the working classes.
Roller blinds that add a little drama and a lot of impact. Combining stunning imagery with premium quality materials and mechanisms, we’ve designed our blinds so that your image can be seen from top to toe - known as reverse rolled. Our blinds are printed single sided as standard, are supplied with a beaded metal chain for a smooth operation and versatile fitting brackets for attachment inside or outside the window recess. We also supply a control chain safety clip to help keep the loose continuous chain out of reach of young children.