Are you a demon in the kitchen or at the barbecue? If so, you really should declare yourself ‘Overseer of Feasts’ with this apron. Not only will people marvel at your wonder, you’ll also keep those lovely clothes free from cake batter and oil splatter.
Your only problem once wearing this apron will be to pile your table as high with amazing food as this lucky ancient Egyptian has …
This scene is a detail from a page of the Book of the Dead funerary text. It has been photographed using a macro lens to bring out the detail in the brush strokes and lit to highlight the texture of the papyrus. It’s from the collection at the Garstang Museum of Archaeology in Liverpool (accession number E.507(1)). The owner of the manuscript was a woman called Tjawtayundenit (try saying that after a ‘feast’ or two …), a songstress of Amun-Re, who lived in Egypt during the 21st Dynasty (1069–945 BC).
Material: 65% polyester/35% cotton twill.*
- Self fabric neck tie with sliding, adjustable buckle
- Industrial laundry 85°C
- Domestic wash 60°C
- WRAP Certified Production
- Colours: 190gsm
- Denim: 265gsm
*Denim 70% cotton/30% polyester
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