Octopus Oven Gloves
These beautiful octopus oven gloves will instantly add intrigue and allure to your kitchen.
Perfect for oven to table use, these padded navy oven gloves can grace the finest dining events with elegance and style, and will make preparing even the dullest dish a joy
Manufactured responsibly in the UK, these blue oven mitts are not only an uncommon way to bring art into your home, but they are entirely practical and will offer you heat protection whilst enabling you to handle hot items easily.
They are robust and built to last and luxuriously thick. They are made from 100% cotton with have a strong towel backing.
Only the most outlandish creatures are chosen to create pieces that defy trends. If you want a home that is exceptional, not predictable, then Wilful Ink has a menagerie of distinctive items for you.
The images that adorn these wonderful navy oven mitts are prints of original illustrations by Wilful Ink founder Emma O'Brennan-Pizer. Emma is based on the magnificent south coast of the UK, where she draws inspiration from the breathtaking coastal scenery around her.
When looking for more exotic specimens she turns to natural history books. Invoking the curiosity of our Victorian ancestors who searched for strange new animals, when the world was still wild.
Emma meticulously hand draws her designs in pigmented ink and then uses specialist vibrant watercolour to infuse them with life and personality.
She oversees every step of the manufacturing process to ensure that the finished product is of the highest standard and her designs are vivid and true to her original artwork.
Printed with archival inks to showcase the bright colours with unrivalled fade resistance. This means they stay bright even after washing.
This design features an octopus, viperfish and angler fish. Some of the most peculiar inhabitants of the deep.
And of course if you can bear to part with them, they also make a fabulously unique and much treasured gift.
Ideal for a wedding or house warming present, especially when combined with tea towels to make a kitchen set.