Temple Island Henry VIII's armour apron

Henry VIII armour apron

Product code: 30161892\1

Availability: In stock

This fun apron has been inspired by a suit of armour made for Henry VIII in 1540, which is on display at the Tower of London. The original armour was made to fit Henry VIII’s body exactly and conveys the power, majesty and wealth of a man who spent a fortune setting up a royal workshop at Greenwich making exclusive armours to ensure he was always dressed to kill! Any reluctant cook will be keen to take his turn in the kitchen in this armour apron.

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This fun apron has been inspired by a suit of armour made for Henry VIII in 1540, which is on display at the Tower of London. The original armour was made to fit Henry VIII’s body exactly and conveys the power, majesty and wealth of a man who spent a fortune setting up a royal workshop at Greenwich making exclusive armours to ensure he was always dressed to kill! Any reluctant cook will be keen to take his turn in the kitchen in this armour apron.

£14.99
  • Product Information
    • Made from 100% cotton this apron will fit all shapes and sizes of modern chef.

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