Showing 1–9 of 95 results

  • Brighton Set of 4 Assorted Coasters

    The Brighton coasters are available as individual items or as set of 4. This set makes the perfect present for the Brighton lover in your life. The designs included are: Brighton Pier, Br...

  • Brighton Royal Pavilion Print

    The Royal Pavilion (also known as the Brighton Pavilion), is a former pleasure palace residence. It was built in three stages, beginning in 1787, as a seaside retreat for George IV, Princ...

    From: £30.00
  • Brighton Palmeira Square Card

    This blank card features one of Brighton’s most iconic squares and is the perfect gift for anyone who loves Brighton architecture.

    The east and west sides of Palmeira Square...

  • Brighton Christmas Card Set

    Set of 5x Christmas cards

    Part of the Brighton Christmas collection, this set contains 5x blank cards featuring illustrations of some of the city’s most recognisable buildings an...

  • Brighton Landmarks Triptych Print

    This prints feature a triptych showing three of Brighton’s most recognisable landmarks: Royal Pavilion, Brighton Pier and Bandstand.

    Signed Giclée – 

    From: £30.00
  • Brighton 2019 Calendar

    A beautiful 2019 calendar showing detailed illustrations of 12 of the most iconic buildings in Brighton and Hove.

    A4 format hardcover and 150gsm inner hole-punched loose pages, des...

  • Brighton Beach Huts Print

    In 1789, George III gave royal approval to the new fashion for sea bathing by taking a medicinal dip in the sea at Weymouth, Dorset, from the prototype beach hut. The ‘hut’ was actual...

    From: £30.00
  • Brighton Bandstand Print

    The Bandstand is beautiful and truly unique. Also called the Birdcage Bandstand, it sits on Brighton seafront. Designed by Phillip Lockwood and completed in 1884, it is designated as a gr...

    From: £30.00
  • Brighton Beach Huts Coaster

    This coaster features Brighton and Hove’s iconic beach huts and is the perfect gift for anyone who loves Brighton architecture.

    In 1789, George III gave royal approval to th...