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"Your North West Wedding" magazine feature- April/May issue

We are delighted to have been featured in prestigious wedding magazine "Your North West Wedding" magazine a publication from "County wedding magazine"  Our Geo: Paris range with our collaboration with the talented Dimitria Jordan has been published as "The Perfect Combination" which we would certainly agree with. The Geo: Paris collection is chic and elegant with decorative pattern across the top... in pretty colours which can be changed to suit your colour theme.  Also within the magazine is a special offer for readers- £50 off when you spend £500 or more. Voucher is within issue 43 so get your hands on it while you can! For more information on the magazine take a look here  For more information on our collaboration...

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Introducing our latest wedding collection.....

Introducing our new ready to order wedding stationery collection.... Consisting of 4 designs to choose from (so far) the collection will include a full range of stationery including coasters, RSVP's, Save the date etc.  Printed using hot foiling and letterpress techniques in-house at our print room on the highest quality materials from industry leaders Foilco, GF Smith and St Cuthberts Mill The designs can be customised to your taste and theme by changing the colours and paper.  Above: Day invitation from the 'Estella Rose' collection  Above: Close up of copper foil detailing on the 'Estella Rose' range  Above: close up of deboss letterpress from the 'Eva' collection Above: the classical gorgeous day invite from the 'Eva' collection Above: Examples from the 'Belle' range...

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Tools of the trade- Letterpress/foiling

Here at Lost Heritage we are lucky enough to house 3 original Heidelbergs in our East Manchester former hat factory workshop.  Capable of multicolour work, die-cutting and hot foil blocking these simple yet powerful presses had the nickname ‘windmill’ due to their paper feed system using two rotating arms. Maximum speed of 5,000 impressions per hour had these presses producing stationery and leaflets for over fifty years. Nowadays we are using ours constantly and still the print is exquisite. Used primarily for letterpress and foiling we also occasionally use then for a spot of diecutting.  Above: A few tools we use for in-house setup of printing blocks   Above: Golden inky goodness   Above: Golden Ink on one of our...

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Dimitria Jordan X Lost Heritage wedding stationary collection launch

We are thrilled to announce a wedding stationery collaboration between London based wedding stationer Dimitria Jordan and Manchester based letterpress and foiling printers Lost Heritage. Three luxury ready-to-order collections have launched, designed by The Wedding Industry Awards 2017 regional finalist Dimitria. “The collections have their own style and look, ensuring each collection appeals to different couples. Dorchester, for example, is elegant with floral details and script fonts, whereas Skyline is modern and chic, with a subtle foil skyline for gorgeous understated style. Geo : Paris incorporates pretty Parisian style with a classic feel”. Each beautiful collection is printed inhouse at the Lost Heritage studio on their vintage Heidelberg windmill presses, using traditional letterpress techniques and high quality materials from respected...

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Postcards offer- 100 foiled cards for £150

We have decided to offer our lovely customers an amazing offer!  For just £150 we can hot foil 100 postcards with your own design.    As always there are a few rules and regulations..... - it will be printed on paper and foils we already have in stock here in our print room. For a list of what we have please email claire@lostheritage.co.uk - This offer is for a 1 sided print only. (If you do want a 2 sided design please email for quotations)  -The size of the postcards are A6 but we can print vertically or horizontally  -This offer is for 100 cards but if you do require more again please get in touch for a quotation -All...

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