Floral English linen and leather gardening gloves - blue

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Buy Floral English linen and leather gardening gloves - blue: <ul><b><li>Handmade in Britain</li><li>Soft waterproof leather</li><li>Hand-sewn embossed logo</li></b></ul><br>Great for the annual chop back, these hardy gauntlet gloves are made from soft, strong leather with a long linen cuff to protect against nettles and sharp growth.<br><br>Each pair is handmade in Shropshire by the team at Bradleys the Tannery for a beautiful quality finish, with the cream and floral colourway evoking the charm of the British countryside.<br><br>Please be aware that as leather is a natural material, the precise shade of your pair may vary slightly from the image shown.

  • Handmade in Britain
  • Soft waterproof leather
  • Hand-sewn embossed logo

Great for the annual chop back, these hardy gauntlet gloves are made from soft, strong leather with a long linen cuff to protect against nettles and sharp growth.

Each pair is handmade in Shropshire by the team at Bradleys the Tannery for a beautiful quality finish, with the cream and floral colourway evoking the charm of the British countryside.

Please be aware that as leather is a natural material, the precise shade of your pair may vary slightly from the image shown.

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