The Jekyll Trug by basket-maker Hilary Burns. An intricately detailed trug basket woven from willow grown on Hilary's own Devonshire willow bed.
This basket is a contemporary interpretation of the 'Munstead' basket, designed by Gertrude Jekyll, an influential British horticulturist and artist from the 19th century. The original 'Munstead' basket was named after Gertrude's Home in Godalming, Surrey, known for its extensive gardens. The basket has been designed to hold flowers, being especially suited to those with long stems, but it can also be used as a decorative piece.
cm: Width 29cm, Depth 75cm, Height 30cm
inches: Width 11.4in, Depth 29.5in, Height 11.8in
Care Instructions: Dust and wipe with cloth, store in a warm dry place.