Our Trellis design is a licensed William Morris design that was first produced in 1864. Trellis was inspired by the rose garden of Morris' home Red House in Bexleyheath. Trellis 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. Since it's a detailed and complex design and one full of colour at a time printing required block printing, it was necessary for him to have formed the Firm before he could print Trellis. The birds within Trellis were designed by Morris' good friend and colleague, Philip Webb.
Keep your hands protected in style with this beautiful Trellis design. From the oven (or microwave!) to the table, they're a kitchen must-have, with thick quilting for heat protection. With a loop to hang, you can hang them in the kitchen or over the stove for kitchen decoration so they're always handy to grab.
The fabric has been printed, quilted and manufactured into ovengloves in the United Kingdom, just like all our items.
Our William Morris ovengloves are 84 cm long by 20 cm wide.
The ovengloves contain 10oz needlepoly wadding which has been sewn with a diamond quilting. The back of the hand are protected with a 2oz coravin covered backhand. The ovenglove edge is bound with a matching Trellis binding. The oven glove conforms to British Standard BS6526 1998.