Peaceable Kingdom fisherman cushion

Peaceable Kingdom fisherman cushion


Named after the work of the renowned American folk writer Edward Hicks, our Peaceable Kingdom cushions are hand printed in Bridport from original lino blocks cut by West Dorset artist Hugh Dunford Wood.


A quirky addition to our range of cushions, the fisherman offers up a prayer in exchange for future bragging rights...  "Lord, suffer me to catch a fish so large that even I In talking of it later shall have no need to lie!"


Material: Organic Scottish linen with feather pad


Colour: Prussian Blue


Dimensions: 52cm x 35cm


Please note that these beautiful cushions are printed by hand and each one will therefore have its own character and variations. This lends them an individual quality that only adds to their charm but do bear this in mind when ordering.

  • Shipping information

    We'll ship your order within 3 to 5 working days via post. Our packaging is 100% recyclable. If you need your order in a rush, drop us a line and we'll see what we can do.

  • Returns and refunds

    We hope you love your order, but if for any reason you're not happy with your purchase, please return it within 14 days and we'll exchange it or refund you.

  • Keeping it local

    Hugh Dunford Wood is an artist, designer and printer who lives in the market town of Bridport, West Dorset. The cushions are hand printed from Hugh’s original lino blocks by textile artist and fellow Bridport resident Caroline Walters.