This lovely illustration of the tides and the influence of the sun and moon comes from Smith’s Illustrated Astronomy, Designed for the Use of the Public or Common Schools in the United States, New York 1848.
Also available in other styles and shapes.
100% cotton. Fitted, tapered shape.
Black t-shirt, printed in colour.
Care: Machine wash cool. Tumble dry low. Do not iron text/images.
A map showing the various sea areas around the British Isles adorns this mug. Now you can find out the locations of the interestingly named areas. Who hasn't wanted to know more about Dogger, German Bight and North Utsire? Bone china mug.Standard mugs measure 8.5cm...
Admiral Robert Fitzroy, most famous as Captain of the Beagle, essentially invented weather forecasting for the safety of sailors, spending his entire fortune to do so. One of his many inventions was the Storm Glass, a cylinder filled with a mixture of water, ethanol, potassium...
Pour a mug of your favourite hot drink, and watch as the rising temperature causes coastlines to shrink and deserts expand on this temperature-sensitive mug. Porcelain Mug. Measures 9.3cm high.Not dishwasher safe.
Keep track of your home or office comfort levels with this handy combination thermometer and hygrometer. When the crossed needles line up with the black region on the display, heat and humidity are ideally balanced. A magnetic case allows it to be mounted on your...