Oliver Harvey chef clothing creates new aprons for Christmas

11 December 2015 by
Oliver Harvey chef clothing creates new aprons for Christmas

Oliver Harvey, the manufacturer of professional chef clothing, has developed a range of aprons for the public, which are designed to be given as Christmas presents.

The gift aprons, which have been packaged in branded tins, come in ten different styles, fabrics and colours and are made in the UK. They can also be personalised with embroidery. Prices start at £20.

Oliver Harvey launched in 2015 and supplies high-end restaurants including Tom Kerridge's the Hand and Flowers pub in Marlow, Heston Blumenthal's the Fat Duck in Bray, and Simon Rogan's Fera at Claridge's in London.

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