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The 'Jekyll' Trug is an intricately woven trug basket based off a historical pattern. Designed to hold flowers, being especially suited to those with long stems, it can also be used as a decorative piece.
Material: Willow wood
Dimensions: Width: 30cm
Care Instructions: Keep dry, away from damp.
To clean, shower gently with water to remove dust then dry in warm, airy place.
Hilary grows numerous varieties of willow on the Dartington estate, Devon. Between November and March she harvests the crops, drying the rods and re-soaking for weaving as required throughout the year.
Hilary Burns is a Devon based basketmaker who grows, harvests, soaks and bends her own willow to create functional pieces and decorative baskets. Weaving has been a constant in her life, originally she trained as a fabric weaver before taking up the craft of basketry thirty years ago. In 1985, she planted several willow beds to grow her own sustainable materials – hazel, oak and ash. Her work is based on traditional techniques applied in a contemporary way to achieve a robust and natural look.