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This is a high resolution scan of an actual piece of Stonehenge chipped off by the great Victorian mineralogist, Matthew Forster Heddle (not allowed today, surprisingly).

It was sourced from the archive of the British Geological Survey, and the image was created using advanced technology by the Open University.

It was produced at the request of the English Heritage, and is being used to produce silk scarves which are proving very popular at the Stonehenge Visitor Centre.

Our paper is Hahnemuhle German Etching 310 gsm archive quality paper - the "gold standard". Our canvas is Fredrix Archival Canvas semi-matt hand varnished.
Practical - 30 x 30 cm (11.8" x 11.8")
Print only£36.00
Print framed, ready to hang£123.60
Canvas only£51.30
Canvas stretched, ready to hang£89.94
Proud - 45 x 45 cm (17.7" x 17.7")
Print only£58.73
Print framed, ready to hang£163.13
Canvas only£78.98
Canvas stretched, ready to hang£132.98
Prestige - 60 x 60 cm (23.6" x 23.6")
Print only£82.80
Print framed, ready to hang£216.48
Canvas only£118.80
Canvas stretched, ready to hang£186.00
Image Licence: To obtain a licence to use this image for artistic or commercial applications CLICK HERE
Bespoke Sizes: Any size is possible, and we have many more images than are on the website. We're happy to advise. Please call us on 01372 457271.