‘Blether’ is print #3 in a quirky collection by the artist Cat Lawson. The Thistle Kingdom Collection brings to life Scottish words in the form of characterful thistles.
What does ‘blether’ mean?
A “blether” is a Scottish term for a person who chatters incessantly, you might hear “That wee yin o’ yours is an awfy blether”. It’s also used to mean long-winded or idle chat as in “Ah met yer granny doon the toun, we had a richt gud blether”.
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A fantastic gift for all lovers of Scotland, ‘Blether’ could be given as gift to a good friend that you enjoy a good blether with. This word works in combination with the print ‘Braw” as in “thanks, that was a braw blether”.
Professionally printed on high quality 300gsm Italian paper with a felt mark finish and off white shade. The prints are packed in a cellophane with card backboard and hard-backed envelope for safe delivery.
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