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Stargazy Pie

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By Lino Lord Press

Lino print of Stargazy Pie, a Cornish dish made of baked pilchards, along with eggs and potatoes, covered with a pastry crust. The unique feature of stargazy pie is fish heads protruding through the crust, so that they appear to be gazing to the stars. The dish traditionally originates from the village of Mousehole in Cornwall and is traditionally eaten during the festival of Tom Bawcock’s Eve (23 December) to celebrate his heroic catch during a very stormy winter.

Limited edition of 50.

Individually hand printed onto Somerset paper. Navy ink hand-mixed from Cranfield Colours, therefore print and colour may vary.

Paper Size: H 28cn x W 38cm
Print Size: H 20cm x W 30cm

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