"Roses": garden apron
This apron with its rose pattern has 5 pockets for holding your small tools. Practical, it will fit all gardeners thanks to the adjustable straps at the neck and the waist. It will be a perfect match for the pruning shears, the small spade or the boots in the same line, also sold in the Boutique.
In the 17th century, to become a master gardener required an apprenticeship of 4 years followed by 2 years as a journeyman. Each apprentice was assessed on the characteristics of the plants and on the decorative and aesthetic dimension of their layout in the garden. The rose (the 'Queen of Flowers') was the favourite flower of Marie-Antoinette. You can see it in particular in the famous portrait of Marie-Antoinette 'à la Rose' painted by Elisabeth Louise Vigée-Le Brun, where the variety is rosa centifolia, which is still present in the garden of Trianon.
Dimensions: L 58 x W 48 cm
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