A personalised owl & pussycat for any occasion
Edward Lear (1812 – 1888) was an artist, humorist and traveller. He wrote his famous poem ‘The Owl and the Pussy Cat’ for Jane Symond’s three-year old daughter, Janet. This, his second nonsense book, was published in 1871, titled, ‘Nonsense Songs, Stories, Botany and Alphabets’. His first ‘Book of Nonsense’ published in 1846 was written for the grandchildren of the 13th Earl of Derby. He illustrated his limericks and nonsense songs with his inimitable humorous drawings.
Both top and bottom banners comfortably accommodate 14 characters each. If you want to fit something on that might have an extra character or two please contact us before ordering to make sure it all fits on the tile.
Fixing Points: the holes in the curly ends of the top banner
Dimensions: 10.2cm x 10.5cm
Characters Available for Personalised Tiles
This tile supports up to 28 characters comprising of the following:
Letters: A to Z in capital letters Numbers: 0 to 9
Additional Characters: ’ & - ! • (enter • using *)
Lower Case Letters: d, h, n, r, s, t, to make abbreviations such as 'st' 'nd' 'rd' and 'th'
Personalised Tiles Firing Schedule
Specially made tiles are added to firings as scheduled below. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for us to make your tile.
We aim to stick the schedule as much as possible but firings can be changed depending on how the tiles are drying.
Deadline: 7th January ~ Firing Scheduled: 27th January
Firing closed to new orders
This firing originally scheduled for 27 January will now be a week later due to interruptions from the Christmas break and a trade show.
Deadline: 27th January ~ Firing Scheduled: 12th February
Just 2 days left before the deadline
This is a provisional date as there is a long holiday coming up followed by a trade show.
Deadline: 16th March ~ Firing Scheduled: 6th April
Lots of time to make your tile
This is a provisional date as there will be a long holiday and a trade show before the firing date. This firing has the potential to take place in the latter part of March but it is not guaranteed.