Mayflower pub screen print by Liz Whiteman Smith
Mayflower pub screen print by Liz Whiteman Smith
Mayflower pub screen print by Liz Whiteman Smith
Mayflower pub screen print by Liz Whiteman Smith
Mayflower pub screen print by Liz Whiteman Smith

The Mayflower pub, Rotherhithe

Regular price £90 £0
  • Original hand pulled screen print
  • 7 colours
  • 30 x 40 cm
  • Heritage White 315 gsm paper
  • Edition of 50

The Mayflower was a ship that was chartered by the Pilgrim Fathers and set sale in 1620 for America. The ship sailed from Rotherhithe to Plymouth to pick up the pilgrims.

Rotherhithe was convenient as the Thames was deep enough here for large ships to progress into the North Sea. According to popular myth Captain Jones tied the Mayflower by the pub to avoid paying mooring taxes. It took more than two months to make the journey, landing in Cape Cod. The Mayflower is now a charming pub where apparently you can buy both American and English stamps.

Signed and numbered on the front at the bottom.

Orders are carefully wrapped, rolled into a strong tube and despatched by Royal Mail Special next day delivery signed and tracked within three days, usually quicker. 

Overseas orders are rolled into a strong tube and sent by courier.

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