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Studio Arts Crafts & Graphics

50 North Road
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Studio Arts Crafts and Graphics Lancaster have been supporting art for over 35 years.We pride ourselves on a long term commitment, giving our customers a reliable service with an honest appraisal and value for money. We do not just sell but provide information and back up our service, no quibble guarantee, no problem. Our information and resources website has many pages dedicated to useful information for all types of artists. e.g. new products information hints and tips.

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