Much Ado About Nothing Bag
"Some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps..."
This handy cotton bag is inspired by Much Ado About Nothing. The floral design includes violets, geranium flowers, roses and blackberry leaves, all of which would have been familiar to the Tudor gardener. The crow's skull references the line spoken by Beatrice: "I had rather hear my dog bark at a crow than a man swear he loves me."
Our bags are printed in Wales on strong, hard wearing cotton. They come with medium length straps making them ideal for carrying in the hand or over a shoulder. The Much Ado About Nothing Bag also has a handy zipped inside pocket.
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Size: approx. 420 mm x 350 mm
Material: 100% cotton.
Care instructions: hand wash with similar colours
Printed & sewn in the UK
UK delivery with 3 - 6 days.
Outside the UK delivery within 7 - 12 days
Our printer has Soil Association accreditation, so we can be sure that all dye waste is disposed off in a way that does not harm the environment.
Spoken by Hero in act 3, scene 1 of Much Ado About Nothing