Showcasing our world
Welcome to Tilia Publishing UK's shopping site
Tilia Publishing UK is a friendly independent publisher of books and greeting cards, with the aim of celebrating and sharing experiences of the world and our environment. Please do get in contact, we love to hear of your experiences around the world or closer to home.
Some new cards addedWe now have 103 individual card designs, this is growing all of the time. Recent additions include:
- further cards using the paintings of Diana Harding, Amanda Davey's mother, who has sold paintings and greeting cards across the world for many decades. Through this range we are introducing a new audience to this beautiful work.
A new addition to the list of card ranges, Lichens,
has 8 images to start with. This is a reflection of our interests in
natural history and lichens, as well as an enjoyment of the weird, the
wonderful and the unexpected.
- 1 new card in Fun and Frolics, Holding hands in Jersey. At La Corbiére, a monument, to the saving of hundreds of lives through the actions of the rescue services, is echoed by the young couple in the picture.
Our first book was the long-awaited autobiography of Sir Harold Harding, tunnelling engineer and pioneer of soil mechanics. Significant projects include much of the London Underground, the feasibility study that underpinned the Channel Tunnel, as well as sitting on the Aberfan Tribunal and advising on many tunnels around the world. This book is enriched by the sense of history and well-developed wit that was key to the author's approach to his work.
The book was launched in the Library of the Institution of Civil Engineers on 17th September 2015.
We also have greeting cards available on this site in the ranges:
Thank you for visiting our website. Please do get in contact if there are any questions or requests, or funny stories or anecdotes that you would like to share.
All images are copyright; the photographs have been taken by Amanda or Simon Davey, unless otherwise acknowledged; all drawings have been done by Amanda Davey.