• AGA Hare Tea Towel (W3570)

      12,00

      The hare was once regarded as an animal sacred to Aphrodite and Eros because of its high libido. Live hares were often presented as a gift of love. Now the hare is commonly associated with the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre. Many cultures, including the Chinese, Japanese and Mexican see a hare in the pattern of dark patches in the moon. The…

      The hare was once regarded as an animal sacred to Aphrodite and Eros because of its high libido. Live hares were often presented as a gift of love. Now the hare is commonly associated with the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre.

      Many cultures, including the Chinese, Japanese and Mexican see a hare in the pattern of dark patches in the moon. The constellation Lepus is also taken to represent a hare.

      Our kitchen textile range features a beautifully detailed hare, hand painted in water colour by artist Pat Tinsley, and has been printed as a repeat on to the gauntlets, double oven gloves and tea towel. The chefs’ pad features a large single hare in all its glory.

      Made from half panama 100% cotton, the hare is digitally printed in order to replicate the beautiful painting to pick out the fine detail.

      • Width: 50cm
      • Length: 70cm
    • Handschoen Gant Hare Double Oven Glove (W3568)

      40,00

      The hare was once regarded as an animal sacred to Aphrodite and Eros because of its high libido. Live hares were often presented as a gift of love. Now the hare is commonly associated with the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre. Many cultures, including the Chinese, Japanese and Mexican see a hare in the pattern of dark patches in the moon. The…

      The hare was once regarded as an animal sacred to Aphrodite and Eros because of its high libido. Live hares were often presented as a gift of love. Now the hare is commonly associated with the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre.

      Many cultures, including the Chinese, Japanese and Mexican see a hare in the pattern of dark patches in the moon. The constellation Lepus is also taken to represent a hare.

      Our kitchen textile range features a beautifully detailed hare, hand painted in water colour by artist Pat Tinsley, and has been printed as a repeat on to the gauntlets, double oven gloves and tea towel. The chefs’ pad features a large single hare in all its glory.

      Made from half panama 100% cotton, the hare is digitally printed in order to replicate the beautiful painting to pick out the fine detail.

      • Length: 93cm
      • Features nylon steam and grease barrier in the palms
    • Handschoen Gant Hare Gauntlet (W3569)

      36,00

      The hare was once regarded as an animal sacred to Aphrodite and Eros because of its high libido. Live hares were often presented as a gift of love. Now the hare is commonly associated with the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre. Many cultures, including the Chinese, Japanese and Mexican see a hare in the pattern of dark patches in the moon. The…

      The hare was once regarded as an animal sacred to Aphrodite and Eros because of its high libido. Live hares were often presented as a gift of love. Now the hare is commonly associated with the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre.

      Many cultures, including the Chinese, Japanese and Mexican see a hare in the pattern of dark patches in the moon. The constellation Lepus is also taken to represent a hare.

      Our kitchen textile range features a beautifully detailed hare, hand painted in water colour by artist Pat Tinsley, and has been printed as a repeat on to the gauntlets, double oven gloves and tea towel. The chefs’ pad features a large single hare in all its glory.

      Made from half panama 100% cotton, the hare is digitally printed in order to replicate the beautiful painting to pick out the fine detail.

      • Length: 45cm
      • Towelling palm and lining with a steam and grease barrier
    • AGA Hare Chefs Pad (W3571)

      24,00

      The hare was once regarded as an animal sacred to Aphrodite and Eros because of its high libido. Live hares were often presented as a gift of love. Now the hare is commonly associated with the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre. Many cultures, including the Chinese, Japanese and Mexican see a hare in the pattern of dark patches in the moon. The…

      The hare was once regarded as an animal sacred to Aphrodite and Eros because of its high libido. Live hares were often presented as a gift of love. Now the hare is commonly associated with the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre.

      Many cultures, including the Chinese, Japanese and Mexican see a hare in the pattern of dark patches in the moon. The constellation Lepus is also taken to represent a hare.

      Our kitchen textile range features a beautifully detailed hare, hand painted in water colour by artist Pat Tinsley, and has been printed as a repeat on to the gauntlets, double oven gloves and tea towel. The chefs’ pad features a large single hare in all its glory.

      Made from half panama 100% cotton, the hare is digitally printed in order to replicate the beautiful painting to pick out the fine detail.

      • 37cm Diameter

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