Royal Worcester Wrendale Designs Gardening Gloves
Dimensions: 24cm Long,
Wash at 30° With Similar Colours
Protect green fingers when tending to plants with these Wrendale Designs gardening gloves. The artist, Hannah Dale, is inspired by the animals in the British countryside, and this pair is printed with a cast of endearing woodland creatures including birds, hares and mice. They’re made from cotton linen, ensuring they’re tough enough for handling thorny or rough branches, while the elasticated cuffs keep them in place. A thoughtful gift for the keen gardener, these gloves are as beautiful as they are practical. Use them for all sorts of lawn duties such as preening bushes, sowing seeds and feeding plants.
- Length: 24cm
- Expertly made from durable cotton linen
- Wash at 30°C with similar colours
- Printed with charming watercolour designs
Original watercolours hand-painted by Hannah Dale in Lincolnshire. Products designed in Royal Worcester’s studio in Stoke-on-Trent, UK.
Made by our trusted partner outside the UK to Portmeirion Group’s high standards.
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