Magdalen Bridge Sample Colour
Magdalen bridge spans the divided stream of the River Cherwell just to the east of the City of Oxford and next to Magdalen College. This point of the Cherwell has been used for crossing since ancient times. The first known reference to a bridge goes back to 1004 and originally it was probably a wooden trestle construction or a drawbridge. Now more commenly viewed from the punts sailing under the bridge on a warm summers days, or through a camera lense of any tourist.
This sample is 8x5.5 inches and represents a match to the colour clarified in the product description. By having bigger samples and eliminating the need for a sample book it reduces the amount of cardboard that is wasted and used overall reducing our carbon footprint. Actual colours may vary. This is due to computer monitors displaying colours differently and the interpretation of the colour.