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African batik little notes set

£14.99 £7.50

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Free UK delivery on orders £60 and over

The perfect size for a short and sweet note of thanks or good wishes, this charming set of note sheets and matching envelopes is printed with an array of bright batik designs. Batik is a traditional wax-resist dyeing process created using wooden stamps and hot dye baths.

 

Details
• Set contains 30 note sheets and 30 envelopes (10 designs, 3 of each design)

 

Dimensions

12cm x 9cm x 3.5cm

Composition

Cardboard box, paper

Product code

163900

Delivery

 

Our standard delivery charges and estimated timescales are as follows. Selected product exceptions apply; see product details. International deliveries may also be subject to customs fees or taxes upon arrival, which are your responsibility.

Standard delivery per order
UK
£5 – or FREE for orders over £60
3-6 working days
Europe
£20
6-10 working days
Rest of World
£30
10-14 working days

Custom prints

 

Each print is made to order and dispatched separately to other V&A Shop products, for UK delivery only. The charges and estimated timescales below are in addition to our standard delivery charge when bought together with a V&A Shop product. However, delivery is free for all orders over £60.

Custom print delivery (UK only)
Unframed
£9 per order – or FREE for orders over £60
6-10 working days
Framed
£15 per print – or FREE for orders over £60
6-10 working days

Returns

 

We hope you are happy with your V&A Shop purchase. However, if you are not, most items are eligible for a full refund if returned within 28 days of receipt.

Refunds are offered for items in an unused, unopened condition, and with original packaging – with exceptions as below. This does not affect your statutory rights.

The following items are excluded from our returns policy and cannot be refunded unless faulty, damaged, or not as described:

  1. Custom prints and other items made to your specification or personalised;
  2. Items that have been sealed for hygiene reasons, where the seal has been broken, such as beauty products, soap, pierced earrings, hosiery, socks, sunglasses and face coverings;
  3. Perishable or edible items such as flowers or food;
  4. Memberships, tickets for exhibitions, bookings for events and courses.

 

For full details, visit our Delivery & Returns page.

About the exhibition
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Africa Fashion

Spanning iconic mid-20th century to contemporary creatives through photographs, textiles, music and the visual arts, Africa Fashion explored the vitality and global impact of a fashion scene as dynamic and varied as the continent itself.