'Daisy', a naively drawn design of meadow flowers by William Morris (1834-1896) was the first wallpaper produced by Morris & Co in 1864.
The 'Daisy' pattern is taken from a volume of wallpapers, which form part of the most comprehensive collection of Arts and Crafts in the world, housed at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
These stylish, one-piece aluminium tools are lightweight and strong with an ergonomic grip and a genuine leather loop for hanging. A truly luxurious gift for any gardener, these high-quality designer tools will recapture the glorious heritage of the great British garden.
The tools come presented in their own sturdy V&A gift box, which features William Morris' 'Daisy' pattern down both sides.