British Seaweeds Tote Bag

When they’re this beautiful, it hardly seems fair to call them weeds... A selection of images from everyone's favourite coffee-table book, A Popular History of British Sea-weeds Comprising Their Structure, Fructification, Specific Characters, Arrangement and General Distribution - With Notices of Some of the Fresh-Water Algae, written by the Rev. D. Landsborough in 1851.

White organic cotton tote bag with long handles.
Measures 36 x 38cm, with 8cm gusset.


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