Fulwell Windmill started to appear on the Sunderland skyline in 1806 and became the familiar landmark we know today when opened in 1808. Built for Joseph Swan out of magnesian limestone from the adjacent quarry, it retained its links with the Swan family for many years.
This framed glass tile is perfect for anyone wanting to add a unique touch of Sunderland into their home. Hang it in front of a window or beneath a light for an extra-special touch.
All items come hand wrapped in brown paper packaging tied up with string and with their very own North East tourist tip.
Postal Packaging can be recycled except for stickers (we’re working on it). Boxes are filled with zig zag kraft paper and sealed with reinforced gummed paper tape.