Devizes Tea Towel, a portrait of a Wiltshire town


By local artist Dru Marland

This tea towel with a print of Devizes on it.

It’s 100% cotton, hemmed all round, sized 50cm x 75cm.

5 in stock


In the foreground are Ruth Pierce, whose alarming end is commemorated on the Market Cross; and a moonraker in front of the Crammer where the story of moonrakers is supposed to originate.

Then there’s the canal wharf, and the locks of Caen Hill to the side.

Next there’s the Wadsworths brewery dray, and the fountain with its attendant pigeons; and the Georgian buildings of the Market Square, and the Corn Exchange surmounted by Ceres.

And then the parish church of St John the Baptist, and the spectacular Wadworths brewery, churches spiritual and temporal, maybe.

And in the background, Roundway Hill and the Devizes White Horse. And a red kite, and an RAF A400 Atlas, of a sort often to be seen whizzing around here.

Additional information

Weight .250 kg
Dimensions 75 × 50 cm

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