Ready, steady, cook! Our historical aprons are here, and they truly are the most scrumptious kitchen attire. Whether you’re trussing up your chicken, cracking open the champagne or pouring custard, do it in style – how else are you going to let them eat cake without getting batter all over your clothes?
- Featuring 6 different designs so you can best match your cooking style to your apron.
- Napoleon. Le Petit Corsaire was quite the chef*, pictured here with his favourite French bread, le baguette.
- Botticelli’s Venus. She finds a plate much handier to cover her modesty than simply her hand, and this apron will cover you up nicely should you channel your inner naked chef.
- Marie Antoinette. A no-brainer for those of you who like cake and historical tropes.
- Henry VIII. The man had a 52 inch waist by the time he died: he knew how to eat well. Feed up your guests Henry VIII-style in one of these aprons.
- Bloody Mary Tudor. Was the drink named after her? Who knows – but it’s a cracker. Tastes even better made in one of these aprons.
- Julius Caesar. The Caesar Salad definitely was NOT named after him but hey, it’s too good a pun to resist.
- Machine-washable (handy!) and full colour.
*We have no evidence Napoleon could cook.