Briers

A wonderful selection of garden tools

04 Aug Briers

briers bagFor 2016 Briers have launched a fabulous William Morris collection of garden gifts that beautifully bring to life the iconic and famous patterns. There are three stunning designs to choose from; Strawberry Thief, Honeysuckle and Marigold.

Strawberry Thief is William Morris’ most famous pattern and is based on the thrushes that he observed stealing strawberries from his kitchen garden at Kelmscott Manor. This design was made using a complex printing technique known as indigo discharge, and was an expensive luxury fabric when it was first produced.

Briers’ Strawberry Thief design is beautiful and the gardening tools and accessories would make lovely gifts for any keen gardener. The William Morris Strawberry Thief Garden Bag is a gorgeous durable garden bag that combines practicality and beauty. It is ideal for carrying around tools or bits and bobs in the convenient side pockets.  This garden bag would be the perfect gift for anyone who loves to garden in style. The RRP for the garden bag is £14.99.

The William Morris Strawberry Thief Gift Boxed Secateurs would also make a lovely gift.  These are beautiful and gorgeously practical too. These handy garden bypass secateurs are traditionally designed with a spring and clasp. They are very comfortable to use and are great for general cutting tasks. The RRP is £7.99.

Briers have launched a wonderful range of garden accessories which have this stunning Morris design. Included in the range are lovely garden gloves, a stylish watering can and a comfortable giant garden kneeler cushion.

The Honeysuckle and Marigold designs are just as beautiful and will definitely be loved by any gardener.

These fantastic gifts from Briers are the perfect gift for any gardener as the tools and accessories not only look fabulous but also work brilliantly. To see the full range visit www.briersltd.co.uk.
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