White Nancy , framed wood & papercut
Bollington is a beautiful little village less than a mile from Macclesfield add us watched over by White Nancy.
This is a Victorian folly, built to commemorate the battle of Waterloo. It sits at the end of Kerrs Ridge, overlooking this gorgeous little Cheshire town.
Engraved and cut into a mix of materials, including thick board and poplar veneer, the result is a stunning representation of a well loved local landmark.
Framed in a 16x12" frame, with a glass front.