'Great Chieftain O The Puddin Race' Apron

by Eat Haggis

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  • Made in Britain

A thick quality apron with a line from Robert Burn's famous poem 'Address to a Haggis in crisp a crisp screen print.

How else to look your best when cutting into a haggis on Burns night. The aprons are all hand stitched and made in the UK. Availible in green with a white print or natural with a brown print with a line of Burn's poetry.

Burn's poem, is traditionally read at the start of a Burns supper before the host cuts the haggis with a dagger.

The Poem starts:

Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o' the puddin' race! Aboon them a' yet tak your place,

The lion on the print represents the Lion Rampant of Scotland, the Scottish banner historically used by the King of Scots.

The aprons are all hand stitched and made in the UK. The slogan is hand pulled screen printed in Glasgow.

Available in green with a white text print of in Natural colour with a brown text print. Due to the hand made nature of these aprons only a limited number are made at a time.

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10oz Cotton half panama apron


Approximately 91cm in length with 86cm tie backs

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