Glyndebourne 'Opera Season' Silk Pocket Handkerchief by Grayson Perry

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This beautiful pure silk pocket handkerchief is uniquely designed by Grayson Perry for Glyndebourne. 

The design features Grayson's intricate designs, bold colours and interpretation of a Glyndebourne Opera Season and featured on the 2011 Glyndebourne Festival programme Book cover.

Made with great care and attention to detail, each handkerchief has hand rolled hems and is handmade in Britain.

Our Grayson Perry silk pocket handkerchief is exclusive to Glyndebourne. 

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Brand Glyndebourne
Country of Origin Handmade in Britiain
Material 100% English silk
Care Dry clean only
Size 22 x 38cm
Artist Grayson Perry
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About The Artist

Grayson Perry

Grayson Perry CBE RA is an English contemporary artist and cultural icon, widely known for his observations of the contemporary arts scene, and for dissecting British culture. Grayson’s interpretation of a ‘Glyndebourne Opera Season’ was uniquely designed for Glyndebourne and now also features on several products. Perry often works in intricate yet bold colours, depicting subjects at odds with the attractive appearance of his pieces. There is a strong autobiographical element in his work, in which images of Perry as "Claire", his female alter-ego, often appear. His work is held in famous collections all over the world.