Bodmin is a parish and town in central North Cornwall, surrounded by beautiful countryside, rugged moorland, and woodland.
Historically, Bodmin was a seat of Cornish rebellion against the English. Local traditions include 'hurling' a silver ball around the bounds of the town. The person carrying the ball when they reach the Turret Clock in Fore Street being the winner.
This collection of framed prints is an opportunity to own a view of Bodmin as you've never seen it before.
Many of the pictures in this collection are also available as:
If you cannot find what you're looking for then please visit our commissions page, or contact us for more information.
Pictures are mounted on an elegantly off-white 'conservation grade' mount, and then hand framed by specialist picture framers.
Frames are FSC certified high-quality wood, which is milled with simple clean lines and presented with a satin finish, and come in a choice of: black, white, or natural.
Framed prints are delivered ready to hang on your wall. Free worldwide delivery.
*For size & framing options please visit the picture pages.