Samuel Lamont, Woven Silk Bib Apron, V&A Museum
"Woven Silk" Design Bib Apron. Direct from the V&A in London, this design first appeared in London in 1706, designed by British designer James Leman (1688-1745).
James Leman was a master weaver, designer, and prominent member of the Spitalfields silk industry in London's East End. His fragile yet vibrant album is one of the V&A’s greatest treasures, containing the earliest-known English designs for woven silk.
The artwork for this kitchen apron is taken from an original Leman design and features an imaginative mix of floral and geometric forms in a glorious palette.
Lovely quality and pattern that any woman would like.
Matching kitchen accessories and coordinates available.
- Full Coverage Apron with Front Pocket for convenience
- 100% Cotton - Machine Washable
- Adjustable neck straps for better fit and neck comfort
- Trimmed in sky blue
- Made in United Kingdom