Belfast Castle sits on the slopes of the Cavehill in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It was built by the Normans in the 12th Century. The orginal castle was built in the center of Belfast and in 1708 it burned down. The original site was turned into streets named in honour of the previous castle. The new castle, built on the Cavehill, began in 1862 and finished in 1870. It was designed by Architect John Lanyon.
Embroidered onto Irish Linen woven in Northern Ireland.
This cushion measures approximately 30cm x 30cm and is finished with an invisible zip at the bottom. A polyester pad insert is included.
This design is also available in 42cm x 42cm size.
Please choose linen type and thread colour from the photographs. Cushion featured is Derry Lane linen with Gunmetal thread.
N.B. As this piece will be made to order please allow between up to 3 weeks before shipping.