RHS Burgon and Ball British bloom gloves

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Buy RHS Burgon and Ball British bloom gloves: <ul><b><li>Soft cushioned palms</li><li>Machine washable</li><li>Part of a coordinating range</li></b></ul><br>These beautifully bold dahlia print gloves from Burgon & Ball make a wonderful companion for year-round gardening. A perfect match for the heat and vibrancy of summer and a welcome blaze of colour in the colder months.<br><br>Made from soft but tough fabric with a little give, one size fits (almost) all ladies' hands. Cushioned palms offer a layer of comfort and protection, while the gathered wrist prevents dirt and debris falling inside. Machine wash at 30°C to keep them looking as good as new.<br><br>Palms: polyurethane 60%, polyester 40%. Backs: polyester 95%, elastane 5%. Fourcettes: polyester 90%, elastane 10%.<br><br>Part of the RHS British Bloom collection featuring early 19th century illustrations and watercolours dating back to the 1630s, selected from the RHS Lindley Library.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Glove size 7.5-8 (M/L) <br>L23.5cm (tip of middle finger to edge of cuff)

  • Soft cushioned palms
  • Machine washable
  • Part of a coordinating range

These beautifully bold dahlia print gloves from Burgon & Ball make a wonderful companion for year-round gardening. A perfect match for the heat and vibrancy of summer and a welcome blaze of colour in the colder months.

Made from soft but tough fabric with a little give, one size fits (almost) all ladies' hands. Cushioned palms offer a layer of comfort and protection, while the gathered wrist prevents dirt and debris falling inside. Machine wash at 30°C to keep them looking as good as new.

Palms: polyurethane 60%, polyester 40%. Backs: polyester 95%, elastane 5%. Fourcettes: polyester 90%, elastane 10%.

Part of the RHS British Bloom collection featuring early 19th century illustrations and watercolours dating back to the 1630s, selected from the RHS Lindley Library.

Measurements:
Glove size 7.5-8 (M/L)
L23.5cm (tip of middle finger to edge of cuff)

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