Oven glove in William Morris's Trellis design.
Trellis was inspired by the rose garden of Morris's first home with his wife Jane, Red House in Bexleyheath. It was the first wallpaper design Morris produced but was only printed in the early 1870s when his company Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co. had enough money to finance the design. The birds in the design were drawn by Morris' friend and colleague, architect Philip Webb, who also designed Red House.
The image is licensed from The William Morris Society's collection, and the oven glove is printed and manufactured in the UK by Laura's Beau.
We also stock a matching tea towel.
Measurements: 84 cm long by 20 cm wide.
The oven gloves contain 10oz needlepoly wadding which has been sewn with a diamond quilting. The back of the hands are protected with a 2oz coravin covered backhand. The oven glove conforms to British Standard.
The oven glove edge is bound with a matching binding.
Machine washable at 40 degrees.