Gifts inspired by Wish You Were Here exhibition

Shop our exclusive range of postcard inspired products specially created in celebration of our new exhibition Wish You Were Here.

This Collection is inspired by the iconic role the postcard has played in connecting people for more than a century and a half, as portrayed in the exhibition Wish You Were Here: 151 Years of the British Postcard.

DIY Postcard Embroidery kit – £35

Designed by Wimperis Embroidery, in collaboration with The Postal Museum, this beautiful kit includes everything you will need to fall in love with the joy of embroidery and create a piece of handmade art to display in your home forever or give as a gift to a loved one.

100 Maverick Postcards – £19.95

A wooden box busting with 100 different quirky and colourful postcards, created by Alan Fletcher. Be delighted and inspired by this surprising and extensive collection of high quality mini art pieces.

Silk Neckerchief – £50

Artist Emily May has worked closely with The Postal Museum to produce a range of stunning products featuring her exclusive postcards design. As well as this hand stitched silk neckerchief, you can find this lovely print on a jigsaw, address book and postable art.

Sterling Silver Necklace – £28

A timeless accessory for any outfit, this adorable little postcard pendant is available in sterling silver and 14ct gold plated and makes a fabulous gift to a loved one, or just as a treat to yourself.

British Postcards of the First World War by Peter Doyle – £8.99

Peter Doyle examines the postcard’s wartime history, tracing the changing experiences of war through the images and messages sent home by the soldiers in this beautiful and sentimental book. The postcards sent to and from the front line offer a valuable insight into the lives of the fighting men, and their relations at home, during the conflict that shaped a generation.

All this and more available in our brand new shop collection celebrating the launch of the new Postal Museum exhibition Wish You Were Here: 151 Years of the British Postcard. Check out the full range in store or online.

– Imogen Bird, Retail buying and Operations assistant

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