About the Product:
About the Product: This beautifully crafted lap tray with cushion is perfect for reading, writing, crafts, hobbies and snacks. The quality of the printing is exceptional and every detail of Robert Fuller's paintings has been faithfully reproduced. This image features a trio of cheeky fox cubs.
The Lap tray has a coordinated cushion pad which moulds to your knee, converting the tray to a convenient and stable surface. The top is made of high quality melamine and is heat, scratch and stain resistant. Size 42 x 32 x 7cm. You have a choice of wooden frame - either Rustic country or Light Oak Effect. Other Designs
: This is just one item in our popular range of lap trays. Click here for our full range. Postage and Packing:
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: We hope that you will be delighted with your purchase, if for any reason you are not fully satisfied please do get in touch and we can arrange a return and refund for you. Making a purchase:
Making a purchase could not be easier. Just browse our store, and add any items that you wish to buy into the shopping cart. After you have finished your selection, click on 'Checkout' and you will be asked for a few details that we need to be able to complete the order. Payment can be made Visa and MasterCard. About the Artist:
Robert E Fuller is one of Britain's leading wildlife artists. His highly detailed style replicates each feather and every hair. He is a passionate conservationist who combines his art with work to preserve the animals and birds he owes his livelihood to and has a reputation for being able to capture the very spirit of the animal or bird he portrays. Click here for more information about the artist.